It's 6:15 in the morning here in Cleveland, Ohio and I'm listening to a baseball game. It seems quite strange. It is quite strange.
The Major League Baseball (MLB) season got underway at 6am east coast time with the Oakland A's taking on the Seattle Mariners at the Tokyo Dome in Japan. And my fantasy draft isn't until Sunday, but that's another story.
I'm a big baseball fan. It's my favorite sport. So I'm feeling good as I listen to this game right now. I posted on Twitter that I'm listening to the game and people are asking how I'm doing that. I've promoted the MLB At Bat smart phone app in the past. Not surprisingly it's my favorite app. For the price of $15 you can listen to every single baseball game in the 2012 campaign. Better yet you can choose which team's announcers you want to hear.
If my AT&T U-verse package had the MLB channel I might be watching this game but probably not. I prefer baseball on the radio. Not only is it fun to listen to the announcers paint a picture but you can be productive while still enjoying the game.
I can hear the game anywhere in my house by plugging my iPhone into an input on the receiver of my home distributed audio system. All you need is a mini to RCA patch cord. Well, that and a distributed audio system, meaning speakers in various rooms of the house. And with the trend in baseball of more day games there's more hours of baseball to hear throughout the day.
Well, it's time for my morning workout in the basement. Of course I have speakers down there.
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