“Left-handed batter coming up – shift right”
The shift is on
Technically, an “infield-shift” is a defensive tactic in baseball, often used against left-handed batters. If we were all baseball fans, we could debate its merits over many, many beers. In this case, I’m not sure what these guys were up to, but Maddie was fascinated as she watched them flock from side to side. The other animals seemed to be only mildly interested.
On a related note: I really need to figure out how to take movies with my camera.
“Yo, popcorn guy. How ’bout some popcorn up here… They never make it to the upper rows”
This tree is just my size
You want a piece of me? Do ya?
Slow Joe & Mrs Crow and the opposing team of various species
Hey, you’re up next.
They’ve shifted back now.
Shifting back to regular postions
Shifted to right field
“Where are you going?” “I want to go play.”
“How ’bout here? Can we play on these?”
“This looks like fun.”
“We came to play base ball, I’m not going up on that thing.”
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday.