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“The most important thing for a sports turf manager to maintain a proper infield is managing moisture content.”
A former Major League Baseball groundskeeper discusses why this is crucial.
The plan of attack is daily maintenance.
Seventy percent of baseball and softball takes place on the infield — for the safety of the athletes and top playability, a well-planned and consistent maintenance program is a must.
Dealing with the weather is the biggest challenge of how and when field managers can prepare their infield and pitcher’s mound for the beginning of the season.
Proper reconstruction, repair and maintenance of your pitcher’s mound is absolutely essential.
We spoke to Jeff Langner, of Turface Athletics, for some basics and tips
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