Before and after each home game he plays for the fans.
Coors Field opened in April of 1995. Since then the "Clarinet Man" has become a fixture before and after the games. Years ago he would play one side of the street before and the other after to maximize the traffic. Even on blustery or snowy days he is there, playing baseball standards and occasionally a few clarinet classics from the big band days. He never talks. He speaks only through his music--or did until this year. This year he has added a sign that expresses his displeasure with the Bush administration's handling of the war. I don't know if it has helped or hurt his income, although recently there seem to be more bills in his briefcase. At the three Cubs games, photo above, for some reason he chose not to show his political opinions. But when the Dodgers came, the sign was back out--in photo below. I don't know what determines if the sign will be displayed or not but when it is there it is quite explicit in showing his anti-Bush/anti-war sentiments. I usually try to toss in a bill or some coins just to say, "I like your music--and your political sentiments."
At the Dodgers game WITH the political sign displayed.