Today was a nice day — windy, sunny, mid-60s — so I spent several hours of my Easter Sunday watching college baseball.
It was a thriller, too. The Leopards of Lafayette College dug themselves a 5-1 hole against the Bison of Bucknell University. Going into the bottom of the seventh, Lafayette had only three hits. (This being a doubleheader, the first game was only seven innings.)
Then Bucknell’s manager left his starting pitcher in too long. And hit by hit, walk by walk, Lafayette improbably chipped away until it was 5-4, with the bases loaded and only one out.
It died there. The next hitter struck out, and the final hitter flied out down the right-field line. The Lafayette fans felt disappointed; not being that loyal to the Leopards, I was perfectly content.
As always, I took bunches and bunches of pictures with my little point-and-shoot. And you get to see the “best” of them. Click to see ’em larger, if you want: