Thursday, October 18, 2007

Real Business Calls

Currently, I am away, unexpectedly, on a special tv assignment. We left on Tuesday Night. Unfortunately,I am in no position to write anything until this weekend.

Real Business calls.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hopefully you were able to catch (or DVR) the new episode of "Build it Bigger" last night on The Discovery Channel all about the new Nats Stadium.

Michael Matthews said...

I saw the last 3 minutes of that last night! I'm so disappointed I didn't hear about it prior to stumbling across it too late

Anonymous said...

It should be replayed again soon. Check the website.

Mike Bowers said...

Sad news:
Fewer Day Games this Year for Nationals

WASHINGTON - For baseball fans, there is nothing better than taking the day off of work and heading to a ball game. Well, WTOP has learned the Nationals first season in their new ballpark will have only a handful of day games.

Nationals President Stan Kasten says there'll only be three or four day games on weekdays this season.

mike edgar said...

I find the announcement that there will be fewer day games during the week to be good news. I can't leave work in the middle of the day to attend these games, so I miss them altogether. I can catch the evening games. So, this means more games for me to see than I otherwise would be able to.

paul said...

SBF, I hope you can catch Jon Miller more easily than we here can. It seems that 1000 in Chicao is the best connection, and it goes in and out. Another legacy of Sir Danny Snyder for buying the ESPN rights and then using weak stations.

Mike Bowers said...

Mike, that is true about night games, but I can't make ALL the night games either. It is nice to have a few (maybe 8) options throughout the season to fake a doctor's appt. for the afternoon

mike said...

My prediction has long been that the new ballpark with be called "Discovery Field."

Jarrett Carter said...

This isn't real business?

What the heezy?

Davidson said...

Oct 30, 10:00 am
60 minutes)

Build It Bigger
Major League Stadium

In Washington, DC, 800 workers attempt to design and build a $650 million baseball stadium in less than two years. Danny Forster finds out if they can finish the 41,000-seat Nationals stadium, complete with the largest scoreboard in the US, on schedule.

Edward J. Cunningham said...

SBF, when you get back home, you might want to check out the stadium cameras. There are new angles inside the park, and they will be installing the turf very, very soon.

Funny thing today. Somebody posted on the Nats board that after looking at the pics on-line, he was wondering if the park would be ready by Opening Day. I had the opposite reaction---is there any DOUBT the stadium will be ready now? So much has been completed and it's not even November yet!