what i like....
Playing youth baseball at a professionally planned purpose built baseball facility.
We traveled over 500 miles to attend the Dizzy Dean World Series at Snowden Grove Park. The overall experience was excellent.
what i dislike....
need more FedEx aircraft departures over the ball fields.
I do a video each year for my son's team. On June 17, 2007, I was on the field taking pictures, but was against the fence. The ump called no play and told me to leave the field. While I had taken pictures all day with nothing said, I left. I was taking pictures thru the gate, open about 4 inches, again he stopped the game and told me to move. Then I went to the outfield. I was on the fence, not in the field of play. He stopped play again and kick me out of hte park. The Snowden Gove directors where of no help, even though I noted that they have people out there taking pictures at games. They told me I could pay $30,000 for that right.
Thus, its all about money. Please do not buy any pictures at Snowden Grove and go to your car and get drinks as much as possible. Let them know it is about the kids, not how much money they can make. Poor poor public relations an da very forgetful evening.
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