Regular segments

Regular segments
This particular episode, which is not officially a part of the Cheap cheap jerseys Seats canon, was a 2004 ESPN special (produced by MLB Productions). It featured the Sklars going on a trip to St. Louis and then to Cooperstown. The Sklars went all the way to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on a campaign to get beloved 1980s and 1990s St. Louis Cardinals player Jos The Utilityman Oquendo inducted for his versatility to play almost any position on the baseball field (including a game in the 1988 replica watches season, in which Oquendo played all nine positions). The special included the Sklars receiving Oquendos blessing to lobby for his spot in Cooperstown, collecting signatures for the petition and giving a lackluster presentation to the HOFs committee. After Watches initially denying their claim, the committee agreed to place his plaque in a spot that best fit Oquendo and his skills: the utility closet.
Two episodes were taped in locations other than Rolex New York or Los Angeles. In October 2005, ESPN Classic aired Cheap Seats on the Road from the Sklar brothers hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, where the second Busch Stadium was being torn down because part ugg of it was on the same land on which Busch Stadium III was being constructed. On the episode, the Sklars try to convince city officials to cancel the stadiums demolition by combining the two into a bizarre superstructure.