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March 24
Rangview85

18 posts
Gametime
Questions on Game Times:

If I'm reading the Session #3 Schedule Advisories correctly is the following what you are saying?

8:30 is now Noon?
10:00 is now 1:00?
11:30 is now 2:00?
1:00 is now 3:00?
2:30 is now 4:00? and
4:00 is now 5:00?
March 24
DaveDowell
Men's 70
4351 posts
Gametime
MAYBE ... Those will be the game times IF we are able to start at 12:00 Noon ... There will be six consecutive hourly start times from whatever time the first games go ...
March 24
DieselDan
Men's 75
606 posts
Gametime
A little after 11am MT now and it's 43 degrees. Mostly sunny with slight breeze. Workers are doing more than moderate preparation to get each field ready. At game time, the fields will look nice. What happens when the players start running the bases and infielders go after ground balls will tell everyone if these soft infields will or will not turn to mud. Play safe guys, clean the shoes/cleats constantly, and may no one get injured.
March 24
DieselDan
Men's 75
606 posts
Gametime
Per a few players and umpires, the infields being used are holding up and the soggy outfields should be much better tomorrow. Well done by Kurt, his crew, and the other city workers brought in to help. If only session 2 could have had such luck.
March 24
DaveDowell
Men's 70
4351 posts
Gametime
DieselDan ... The Canyons held up quite well today ... The "first five" available this morning were Fields #1, 3, 4, 6 and 7 ... Fields #2 and 5 were ignored so they could get the others up and running ASAP ...
March 24
DieselDan
Men's 75
606 posts
Gametime
We play on 6&7 up to three times a week. In January and February, we had several games end after three innings, because of muddy infields when the condensation came up once the Sun showed up. So I'm glad all this water beneath the infields is hibernating.
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