Captioning a Baseball Game

Wow! The Pittsburgh Pirates have captioning at their home games! No wonder the stadium scored the number one spot for accessibility. I can’t wait to tell my dad this — he’s the big baseball fan in the family and rubbed it off on me. I’m thankful I can still tell my dad something after he had his stroke a month ago. He’s still hospitalized, but he understands what’s going on.
We’re Brooklyn Dodgers fans. How can we be fans of a no longer existing team? No law against that. Dad grew up in Brooklyn and I love the team’s rich history. Dave … the Pirates may be lousy, but at least they have a great past to speak of unlike the Texas Rangers. The Rangers have had some of the best players and pitchers, but never make it far into the playoffs.


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  1. I don’t see why it’s so hard to do this everywhere. Why make such a big deal out of it, just get it done already.

  2. Hopefully the other stadiums will follow!
    Sorry to hear about your dad’s stroke– I hope he can recover!

  3. Just found your site and thought I would say hello.
    I hope you don’t mind but I have put a link to it on my blog.

  4. Yeah, We have rich history of Pirates since 1900s, they made into MLB’s first World Series and they lost. Also this team had 5 titles, several hall of fames including Roberto Clemente who earned the only player to have a three digits out of four zeros: 3,000 hits, and died in plane crash afterwards.
    I’m not worrying about Pittsburgh Pirates as city sports losing team in 10 years today. Other than baseball, I am enjoying to see Pittsburgh Steelers (won 2005 Super Bowl Champions) and Pittsburgh Penguins (a hockey player, Sindey Crosby going to be scoring title and MVP this year) Both sports recognize sports city team.

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