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Sorority Members Take Selfies At Baseball Game. Announcers Compelled To Do A Play-By-Play.

10/01/2015 07:34 EDT | Updated 10/01/2015 07:59 EDT

How do you take a selfie at a baseball game?

A pair of broadcasters counted the ways after watching a group of sorority members at an Arizona Diamondbacks game on Wednesday night.

Members of Arizona State's Alpha Chi Omega sorority chapter were spotted taking in a game between the Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies at Chase Field in Phoenix.

The game also played host to a T-Mobile Data Strong Fan of the Game contest, in which viewers were encouraged to take photos of themselves while watching.

A video shows the sorority members taking one selfie after another as announcers Bob Brenly and Steve Berthiaume narrate/mock them in a broadcast:

"Hold on, have to take a selfie with the hot dog, selfie with the churro, selfie just of a selfie."

"You know the beauty of baseball is you can sit next to your neighbour and have a conversation. Or you can just completely ignore them."

Regardless, the sorority members seemed to have enjoyed themselves on a sisterhood night:


Sure, maybe it's odd to spend so much time taking selfies during a baseball game (even though it was encouraged on the night in question). But surely the announcers didn't need to spend so long broadcasting them. 'Cause that's not weird at all.

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