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Our Baseball Field When I first stepped foot on Sidneys baseball field I was awed by its size Before I had the privilege to play on this new gigantic field I was restricted to playing on smaller more generic fields At the age thirteen I made the move to this enormous field Being able to play on the big kid field I experienced a coming of age The field itself is generally like most other fields but certain characteristics such as the bleachers and dugouts make it unique From a distance the bleachers are the first things that you notice They stand out because of their blue and yellow awkwardly painted colors The rest of the field and the players uniforms carry the red black and gray Sidney colors A blue metal railing and wooden ramp leads up to the main wooden walkway and then to the wooden center aisle steps of the bleachers The fiberglass seats painted alternately the ugly blue and yellow are faded from years of wear The fiberglass bleachers splintered into microscopic plastic slivers in your thighs that irritate you for the rest of the day However it was only a small price to pay to watch the games I remember when I was one of the little kids in the crowd cheering for the players who were in my naive mind the best baseball players to ever play the game Connected directly behind the bleachers are the press box and the concession stand This structure is made out of cheap blue thin tin Inside the press box there are two windows in which the announcers look out of White wooden planks fold down on metal hinges to protect the large windows Beneath the press box is the concession stand A small cement slab protrudes out in front of the stands screen window which doesnt give the customers much room to form a line Bordering this cement slap
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