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This season, when I’m on the road, I’ll be writing a short, on-the-spot blog post about each Minor League ballpark that I visit. Then, upon my return home, I’ll provide the multifaceted blog coverage that you have come to know and, perhaps, even love. Let’s get to it, lest it get to us!
Opponent: West Virginia Black Bears, 6:05 p.m. game time.
Centennial Field, from the outside:
Centennial Field, from within:
Culinary Creation: Foot-long “Monster Dog”
At Random: Oh say can you see that this unfortunate Lake Monster was the last relief pitcher to have surrendered a home run?
Ballpark Character: Champ, named after the monster that allegedly resides in Lake Champlain, is a hero in these parts.
Your Groundbreaking and Subversive Ballpark Joke of the Day: In the spirit of this message, emblazoned on a house located directly across from the main entrance to Centennial Field, I cut this recurring feature from today’s blog post.
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