I'm a fan of the New York Mets, but this is still pretty cool.
According to a report by the Associated Press, the nation's largest satellite television company, DirecTV, and the YES Network are planning to televise what they're calling the first ever Major League Baseball game in 3-D.
How do ya like them apples, James Cameron?
"The New York Yankees vs. Seattle Mariners games on July 10 and 11 will be aired in New York, Connecticut, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and parts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Montana and Idaho," reads the AP report.
The games air at 10 p.m. July 10 and 4 p.m. July 11. The games will be played in Seattle at Safeco Field.
Before you get too excited, you may want to check out the deals at Best Buy, because you're going to need a 3-D television set.
I for one am excited about this. I'm very interested to see what sports will look like in 3-D. I already can't go back to regular definition after watching the 2009-10 National Football League season on a high-def set (not my own, unfortunately).