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||Posted - 03/10/2012 : 11:40:08 AM
I am curious if anyone else finds the pace of baseball so alluring to knit to? I mean the televised games, not in person. I never knit at the games (too messy - all that jumping up and down and cheering), even though I have friends who attend only the Stitch-and-Pitch games. But on TV, the commentators are so complete and descriptive that I can knit and watch at the same time. Baseball also has the lovely attraction of having 162 games per season, not counting play-offs, so there are lots of opportunities. GO ROCKIES!
The Industrious Bee
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||Posted - 03/12/2012 : 07:09:42 AM
Yup, you just have to look up when you hear the announcers get excited; you're pretty much guaranteed to see several replays of whatever happened.
It's almost scary how many of my FOs have been knit under the influence of the Yankees :-)
Everything happens for a reason, except possibly football. --- Terry Pratchett
||Posted - 03/11/2012 : 7:47:49 PM
And the nice thing is they always replay the key plays, so if you happen to not be watching when someone hits a big one, you'll still get to see it. Sometime I prefer to listen to radio coverage when I'm knitting since radio announcers provide much more details on what's happening as they know you can't see. (Go Red Sox!)
||Posted - 03/11/2012 : 11:59:57 AM
As I get older, I prefer to knit. Tracey Ullman
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||Posted - 03/11/2012 : 11:24:14 AM
Me too! Go Red Sox!
||Posted - 03/11/2012 : 08:15:58 AM
Yup me too.
Vicki, the Constant Lurker(who sometimes stops lurking and actually posts)
||Posted - 03/11/2012 : 07:16:28 AM
I love to knit during the Tampa Bay Rays games.
||Posted - 03/11/2012 : 05:55:48 AM
Go Phillies and Texas Rangers!!!
||Posted - 03/10/2012 : 9:01:25 PM
I'm wit ya!
Life is beautiful.