As you're sprucing up your lawn this spring, baseball grounds crews are getting their turf in tiptop shape. Don't miss these great photos, fun facts and insider tips from some of the country's most popular ballparks.
Q: How is the field surface constructed, and are there special or "hidden" features to help manage irrigation or maintenance?
A: There is 10-inch layer of sand below the grass and four inches of gravel below that. There are six-inch-diameter drain pipes that run every 10 feet. In all, Target Field has roughly 40 miles of heat tubing — 1/2" tubes that run every six inches below the surface.
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