Baseball on the Second Floor

This evening, the Second Floor Hallway of the CJL was turned into a baseball diamond, complete with a home plate, strike zone, fielding positions and spectators. There was much excitement, a charging of the mound, countless contestations, batter pegging and even some spectacular fielding. While it is awkward playing Second Floor Hallway Ball with a plush ball and a banister railing acting as the bat, it made for a night of relaxation in preparation for the serious amount of snow falling outside in Ithaca right now.
Adam and Chad discuss the game dynamics

Tamar takes aim, but falls short of a hit

Adam takes aim, but fails to find his mark (with closed eyes)


8 Responses to “Baseball on the Second Floor”

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    back in my day…we played wiffleball in the first floor hallway…that was only improved upon by the game of indoor tackle football….

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    first floor remains greg mann’s pro hockey school

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