Snow at BB&T Ballpark
This is not an original idea, but it is a great one: pictures of snowfall inside baseball stadiums! After last night’s snowstorm, BB&T Ballpark looked very different than it does during the season.
Before the pictures, though, I want to congratulate one of my best friends, Aaron Goldsmith, on becoming the new radio broadcaster for the Seattle Mariners. Aaron and I worked together with the Frisco RoughRiders in 2011, and we have developed a tremendous friendship. He is one of baseball’s nicest people, and I couldn’t be happier for him.
He was with the Pawtucket Red Sox last season, and he did a similar blog post a few days ago when snow moved through Rhode Island. So, congratulate him by giving his blog a few more clicks before he turns it over to a new broadcast team in Pawtucket.
Without further ado, here are some pictures of snow at BB&T Ballpark:
The view from the Womble Carlyle Club.
The warning track around the ballpark looked ready for a game…a hockey game.
Seats in the shade this morning still had plenty of snow on them.
The berm looks a bit different.
There was plenty of ice around the park, too.
Only 84 days until the home opener, even if it doesn’t look like it.
Drive safely today, and enjoy the rare chance to see snow!