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Things to do while baseball is canceled - A Hunt and Peck

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Baseball games should be starting at the end of this month, but they aren’t. What am I supposed to do without baseball to focus on — talk to my family? I have had to spend four completely uninterrupted months paying attention to them. I stared out the window and waited for spring. Spring is here. Where is the baseball?

In the meantime we should probably come up with some hobbies for the average baseball fan to take up. Here are some things I have come up with...

  1. re-watch The Office
  2. practice my ukulele
  3. contemplate our place in the universe and the fleeting nature of existence
  4. teach my dogs that trick where you point a finger-gun at them and say “bang” and they play dead. That would be so cute.
  5. stew over the monopolistic system that has given MLB essentially a death grip on the baseball market and thus currently deprives me of one of things that provides me true joy
  6. learn to sew

I’ll keep you posted on the dog training — I think that is going to be a big success.

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