America’s past time has been prominently featured in pop culture for over a century, so this week, we’re talking baseball in an open-ended way!In my years in the corporate world, I've worked for a few different help desks. On occasion, someone will ask where I'm located and when I mention the Boston area the usual conversation goes like this:
"Oh, so you're a Red Sox fan, eh?"
"No, I don't follow sports."
"Wow you don't follow sports and you live near Boston?!"
That's right! I am one of the least sports-centric people you'll ever run into. Something my wife and I happily share. About the only sports I enjoy watching are volleyball and skateboarding. I never go out of my way to find them, these are the things I will not suffer through if they happen to be on.
Anyway, my extent of baseball experience as a kid was racked up on my Atari 2600, and not even the RealSports version...
|Image from UGO|
I don't mean to brag (too much) but if you follow the above over to Flickr, then go to Actions, View All Sizes this image is great for your desktop!
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