More Views from Bowling Green

100_1797.JPGThe view from the left-field pavilion, which is actually near where the bus parks.  This is where I enter the park from.

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The home bullpen.  Both pens are very Major League looking and not on the warning track in foul territory like most places.

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There’s an outside view of the pressbox, located on the third-base line.  It’s definitely an interesting vantage point in which I’m still getting used to after one game.

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From behind the cage just prior to batting practice yesterday.  Welington Dotel remarked at how good a doubles and triples park this place is.  The Kings had two doubles last night.

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A high-up view of the park from the Stadium Club, located where a pressbox normally would be.  This shot was taken just a half-hour ago.  We’re getting some serious rain right now.

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Interior of the Stadium Club.  It’s definitely one of the marquee features of the park.

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A team-signed Hot Rods jersey from last year’s inaugural squad.  The only former Southwest Michigan Devil Ray still with the ‘Rods is pitching coach R.C. Lichtenstein.

-DL

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