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A field shaped into a diamond like figure Ninety foot base paths that go in a counterclockwise direction in the shape of a diamond A mix of green grass and clay is the surface for this diamond This place has been my second home since I was about three years old a baseball field I chose to go to the baseball field because it is the only place I feel comfortable outside of my house There is just something about the two dugouts and beautiful green grass that just makes me want to stay on the field and makes me want to work even harder at the game that I love The field is my favorite place The field that I observed was a new field for me It was going to be my domain and new surroundings for the next four years I chose to observe the Grand Valley State University baseball field It was good for me to observe this place because it gave me a better insight on what to expect for the next four years while I am on the baseball team It made me think deeper than usual about baseball and the outlook on the field but more importantly it made me think deeper about nature Before I even walked onto the field I noticed the surroundings There are two statues of a pitcher and a catcher The statues give the field more of a professional look to it Around the fences of the field on the outside looking toward the parking lot are a bunch of banners and signs of the sponsors for the GVSU baseball team The professionalism that is shown by the statues kind of gets taken away with the sponsor signs because it represents more of a high school or minor league type look to the field Outside the field behind home plate are the large metal stands that make a bowl shape from one dugout
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