Blue Jays versus the Red Sox at Fenway...

oumbi

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Toronto Blue Jays are in Boston and continue their series with the Red Sox, who are riding an impressive one game winning streak.

Game is at 7:30 PM their time, but 6:30 PM my time.

Going for Toronto is Chase Anderson, 0-0, with an ERA of 3.20. For the Sox, Ryan Weber will take the mount and do his best imitation of major league pitcher. His ERA is a 5.79 and his record is 0-2.

Feel free to watch game for at least a few innings.
 

joe dokes

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Is there anything else to watch around the same time?
BBC America runs planet earth all day.
Maybe david attenborough could replace david o'brien. The Sox playing baseball bears great resemblance to the wolves isolating the most vulnerable member of the herd.
"And here we see the Weber. Although it tries to camouflage itself as a major league pitcher, the hungry batters know better and prepare to feast..."
 
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BBC America runs planet earth all day.
Maybe david attenborough could replace david o'brien. The Sox playing baseball bears great resemblance to the wolves isolating the most vulnerable member of the herd.
"And here we see the Weber. Although it tries to camouflage itself as a major league pitcher, the hungry batters know better and prepare to feast..."
fantastic
 

mauidano

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Tellez is going to have a lengthy career in his local beer softball league.
 

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BBC America runs planet earth all day.
Maybe david attenborough could replace david o'brien. The Sox playing baseball bears great resemblance to the wolves isolating the most vulnerable member of the herd.
"And here we see the Weber. Although it tries to camouflage itself as a major league pitcher, the hungry batters know better and prepare to feast..."
I was living in the UK about ten-odd years ago, and I saw on television that Attenborough had been named in a survey as "The most trusted Briton."

I've used the question as a conversation starter ever since: could we even come up with an answer to that question in the States? Maybe fifty years ago...
 
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I was living in the UK about ten-odd years ago, and I saw on television that Attenborough had been named in a survey as "The most trusted Briton."

I've used the question as a conversation starter ever since: could we even come up with an answer to that question in the States? Maybe fifty years ago...
Alex Trebek?