Nice ballpark, although that slope in the outfield might make some plays more interesting than they should be.
I wish I could have played in a park with a short porch like that in right field. As it was, the field we played on had woods in left field that were reachable by kids of this age, but left-handed hitters like me had 500+ feet of open space in right. Great for doubles and triples, but with the right and center fielders able to play as deep as they wanted, homers were hard to come by. I had a grand total of one in my Little League/Pony League "career". Ah, glory days. Slow-pitch softball is my lot in life now. At least I can still play.Posted by waltj at May 8, 2010 6:01 PM
You and Daphne seem to be on the same wavelength, tonight!Posted by Jewel at May 8, 2010 8:41 PM
Great pictures! I just hope those kids grow up to turn the Mariners around or play for better teams.Posted by Connecticut Yankee at May 9, 2010 1:29 PM