Aside from the MLB on 5 Live Sports Extra coverage, it normally takes something historic, controversial or quirky for baseball to get a mention on the BBC.co.uk website.
The most recent example comes from the quirky pile.
The BBC News Magazine section recently highlighted the story of Matthew Kaminski, who plays the organ at Turner Field in Atlanta.
The feature is primarily focused on this as an example of crowd-sourcing, in which Kaminski uses Twitter to gain suggestions for songs he should play during Braves games.
Even without this social media aspect, it would probably surprise many Brits to learn that organ music can be heard at ballparks, so it could prove to be a fun eye-opener to one of the more traditional parts of the in-game festivities you can enjoy (or endure, depending on your viewpoint) at a ballgame.
And the three-minute video may also surprise some baseball fans by showing them that there is often a real person behind the music, even if the endless renditions of “let’s go [insert team], let’s go” and the “diddly de da deee” tune might make you doubt it.