This fireworks show may qualify as the most American 10 minutes in Kansas. After the final pitch, the stadium lights dim. The crowd, with last-minute hot dogs and plastic beer cups in hand, trickles from the bleachers to the outfield. Chuck Berry and Little Richard blare from the speakers. This is no brief burst of sparklers or cheap kits from a roadside Black Cat stand. This is the real deal. It's the type of show that goes on longer than you expect — long enough that, as suspense for the last rocket wanes just as that final series of explosions hits, you're 12 again. The show follows every Saturday home game, win or lose. If the T-Bones win, it's the relish on the ballpark dog. If they lose, you'll have forgotten all about it by the time the show reaches the grand finale.