I usually mic myself up at my son's baseball games but since last weekend was a washout, I thought I would change things up. I joined the women's bocce league in Mechanicville and our first match was Tuesday night. Take a listen to how I obnoxiously tried to cheer on our team as I turned into the "Big League Chooch".

Over the past few years, I have been mic-ed up at my son's sporting events. Right now we are in baseball season and I will be back to my antics of cheering loudly for him and his team this weekend. Yes, I will be recording all of my loud cheers. But for this week, I thought it would be fun to record myself at the bocce courts. The ladies in the league have been playing for decades and I was the newbie this week. I think they enjoyed my loud chants, clever yells, and positive vibes I brought. Now I am only a substitute so next week who knows which team will be blessed with my encouraging shouts.

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When I get mic-ed up at any sporting event, we call it the "Big League Chooch". Each week we playback some of the funny quips I screamed during the live-action. Brian always gives me a hard time because he thinks I am loud and obnoxious with what I shout out at Ryan's games. He says he hates it, but I think he secretly loves it. Who knows what next week will bring out in the "Big League Chooch"?

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