The New York Times reports that Justice Breyer attended Saturday night’s Nationals-Giants game, along with his Bay-Area brother, Charles Breyer.
Perhaps most impressive was Justice Stephen G. Breyer, 76, who arrived four innings late because of Yom Kippur but refused to leave as the hours dragged on and the ballpark grew cold. While other shivering fans mobbed souvenir shops to buy sweatshirts and other warm gear, Justice Breyer proudly pointed out his excellent preparation: layers of clothes, including a dark green winter jacket and leather gloves.
Justice Breyer was accompanied by his bow-tied younger brother, Charles R. Breyer, a Federal District Court judge in San Francisco.
A balanced approach to staying warm!