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Hiram Bithorn Stadium in Puerto Rico took a pounding from Hurricane Maria, destroying outfield fencing, batting cages and the statue of the stadium's namesake.
Billy Hamilton stepped into the on-field batting cage at Great American Ball Park before Wednesday’s game and took a few left-handed hacks.
Nova had four trees surrounding the field go down – some landing on top of the team’s batting cage, locker room and concession stands.
Kershaw wiped the alcohol from his eyes and gazed upon the scene inside the visitors’ batting cage at Wrigley Field.
For now, there’s only a prototype, but Seufert sees a day soon when his company’s device is widely used in professional baseball, golf and tennis, maybe in Little League batting cages, and even in virtual games on computers.
Owner Kate Jablonski, 30, of Riverside, held a grand opening party in July at the studio, which shares a parking lot with Stella's, a longtime batting cages and restaurant that was owned for 30 years by her aunt and uncle.
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