So, I put the White Sox game on GameDay Audio.
They’re actually playing the game.
The announcer just said, “The conditions are great for playing baseball, but we’re going to get this in.”
“Not great” is herewith defined as 39-degrees. The RealFeel is 29-degrees. Keep in mind that that's at gametime, 7:10 in the evening. As the night goes on, you know that the temperature will drop. It could last until 10:30pm easily, maybe even 11 o'clock.
You know you’re in for a fun time when the announcer asks the analyst, “So, how hard is it for the pitcher to grab the ball?”
First pitch was ball one.
Second pitch was ball two…
No doubt the players are all having a ball. Snowball, that is.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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