8:30 am: Time to wake up! I turn on the news, check emails, Twitter and Facebook, look over my calendar for the day and then head into the kitchen.
9:00 am: When I have a night game, I have time in the morning to make breakfast and pack up a lunch. (For the life of me, I cannot make good coffee at home — boxed cakes, for that matter.)
9:15 am: I’m fortunate enough to be staying in a condo that has a screened-in porch. So, I bring my breakfast outside, set up my laptop and start researching. I read articles on the Internet, baseball blogs, search Twitter for news and info. At this point, I figure out the top storylines for the day and formulate segment ideas and interview questions. Tonight, the Red Sox are playing the Yankees.
11:15 am: Get dressed to go for a run, but usually make some excuse as to why I shouldn’t go before I walk out the door. (Pathetic, I know. Something I will work on.)
11:16 am: Shower and get ready to head to the ballpark! (Photo/Jenny Dell)