One thing there wasn't a ton of, thankfully, is the home team fans booing the other team when they did anything good for their team. I can understand going "Awwww" when your team screws up, but booing the other team because they make a home run or hit the ball seems like a lack of sportsmanship.
It was interesting, and I was able to follow along a lot better than the football game, but I don't think I'll be spending another three and a half hours at one again.
The fireworks display after was nice. I haven't seen one in a while so I just sat back and took in the show. All the pretty lights and loud sounds were a good distraction for about five to ten minutes.