Grounds crew keeping field playable during soggy start

Members of the grounds crew work to get the pitcher’s mound ready to go Sunday after a 13-minute rain delay during Game 5. The grounds crew has been busy the first two days of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, with rain interrupting two of the games. Bottom, JUCO Chairman Jamie Hamilton lends a helping hand Sunday.



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Members of the grounds crew work to get the pitcher’s mound ready to go Sunday after a 13-minute rain delay during Game 5. The grounds crew has been busy the first two days of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, with rain interrupting two of the games. Bottom, JUCO Chairman Jamie Hamilton lends a helping hand Sunday.

Most days, it sits against the wall next to the third-base bullpen, ignored. On those rare rainy game days, though, all eyes are on the tarp. “The worst thing we have, we have a…




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