It's a crowd watching a scoreboard from the street during the 1911 Baseball World Series in New York City. Can you imagine--watching only a scoreboard, to keep track of the game? This is a kind of baseball audiencing you don't hear too much about. While similar, I suppose, to the removed position of a listener to a radio broadcast, there was no narrative, here, only tense waiting for the intermittent and incremental changes to the numbers: strike, ball, hit, run. Any narrative was likely generated among the members of the crowd, who look to have been enjoying their camaraderie even as their attention was focused elsewhere.