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Sometime around the 1200s AD (or possibly earlier), people in India also began playing a game they called Snakes and Ladders (we know it as Chutes and Ladders). This was a Hindu game. Each space was called a house, and each house represented a kind of emotion. You threw dice to see how far you should go, and used a cowrie shell for your piece. The ladders stood for good feelings, while the snakes stood for bad feelings that took you farther away from Nirvana.
Cleveland's Kipnis singing Adele; players were mic'd up for the Diamondbacks/Indians game, and (fortunately) second baseman Jason Kipnis didn't shy away from his habit of singing between pitches while out in the field. He later tweeted that he sang a more bombastic version later in the game.