things that happen between events of actual import in a baseball game, i.e., pitches

  • The batter lets go of the bat.
  • The pitcher walks in a little circle.
  • The batter grasps the bat again as if he is ready to go.
  • The network has to replay the last pitch five or six times.
  • Both the pitcher and batter spit some.
  • The network gives you some statistically meaningless statistics.
  • WebMD presents the Injury of the Game Report on Who Stretched What a Little Too Far.
  • The batter lets go of the bat again.
  • The cameraman zooms in on some bored kid / non-witty sign / famous person in the crowd.
  • Commentators make asses of themselves.
  • Some little two-second graphic for the game coverage has to play at least between every replay, cut, and new statistic.
  • The pitcher spits again.
  • The batter gets ready to hit the ball again.
  • The batter gives the butt-wiggling signal universally accepted to indicate that he is ready for the pitch.
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One Response to things that happen between events of actual import in a baseball game, i.e., pitches

  1. tooth fairy says:

    Informative and precise…

    Its difficult to find informative and accurate information but here I found…

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