Hey, mark the date down. I agree with Sir Robin, and Naval.Watching
Baseball, like golf, is good for one thing. It's a sport you can watch on a
Saturday or Sunday afternoon as you take a deep nap. Those announcers have
soothing, almost hypnotic voices.Makes me sleepy just thinking about
it. I think I'll go home early, and find a game, and take a nap before
going out to dinner.
Brave Sir Robin:Correct you are Robin. That's why I
can't/won't watch it. There was a time when Baseball was
America's #1 pass time, but those times have long since past. Now it's Football!GO UTES!!!
@HS FanBaseball is 12 seconds of action crammed into a 4-hour game.
Baseball hands down is the toughtest sport to play. Football, basketball,
soccer, etc. are for people who don't have the hand eye cordination to play
@MountanmanOr basketball is a sport for those who lack the skills to play
baseball. Maybe we should go ask Mr. Jordan.Sounded like it was a
great game, I was able to watch a little bit of it and am excited with how the
Utes have been playing this year.Go Utes!!!
@Mountanman heres a tissue.What an exciting win! Ute
baseball is doing some nice things, and a lot of it is on the backs of freshman.
Who cares? Baseball is a sport for those who lack the athletic skills to play
Good to hear. Nice job Utes!
Listened to the last two innings online after I got home, what an exciting game!
Nice little run in the top of the 9th for BYU, but some clutch hits for the
Utes, especially the triple with a full count, potentially one pitch away from
losing the game. The team's had some costly injuries and started the season
a little rough, but after winning the series at a ranked Stanford and a good win
over a decent BYU team, the Utes have some potential.