P: Well, Yang Chen, a baseball game is nine innings long.
P: Oh--It's the seventh inning already? All right! You get to experience the famous "seventh inning stretch," Yang Chen.
Y: Yayyyyyy. Patrick, What exactly is the "seventh inning stretch"?
P: It is a baseball tradition! Because baseball is such a long game, it lasts hours and hours.
P: So during the seventh inning everyone stands up, stretches their legs and sings a song.
Y: 大家站起来，舒展一下身体，活动活动筋骨。Patrick, stand up. Stretch your legs.
Y: Oh, I've heard the song before - 带我去看棒球赛！
P: That's right. At least you know something about baseball.
Y: I know a lot about baseball.
P: Take me out to the Ball Game.
I've stretched my legs, did you stretch yours?
Y: Yes . I did.
这不是你唱得吧，I think it's Frank Sinatra.
P: But I do know the lyrics.
Come on, Yang Chen, sing it
(Patrick and Yang Chen sing together)
Y/P: Take me out to the Ball Game, Take me out to the Crowd; Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, I don't care if I never get back! Let's root, root, root for the home team, if they don't win it's a shame, for its one, two, three strikes you're out at the old ball game!
P: There! Don't you feel better now? I'm going to the snack bar. So would you like peanuts? Cracker Jacks?
Y: Just get me a beer.