Zaun sat on the bleachers with distraught looking supporters, his face set expressionless but colored crimson red.
Leaders of La Familia claim the group will stop attending games, which they say will leave the bleachers much emptier.
There are no jeering yoga moms in the bleachers, nor any post-demonstration rumbles in the parking lot.
I’d see them sitting in the stage on the bleachers, ‘What are you doing here!
There are little kids darting up and down the bleachers, being herded by moms and dads, grandmothers and grandfathers.
In the bleachers close to the first base massed a shirt-sleeved crowd of students, row on row of them, thousands in number.
The Juniors returned to the bleachers, shaking their heads in disgust.
A handful of Wayne students sat in the bleachers mocking their own team.
Jack Smith, in spotless tennis flannels, sat on the bleachers.
She set herself up on the bleachers, and Fiona found her with a thermos of coffee and a flask of whisky.
1540s, "one who bleaches," agent noun from bleach (v.). The "bench for spectators at a sports field" sense (usually bleachers) is attested since 1889, American English; so named because the boards were bleached by the sun.