The Angels are Drying Out Their Outfield With a Helicopter


It was a weird weekend in Southern California as tiny liquid projectiles, otherwise known as rain, came down from the heavens and wreaked havoc in the middle of July.
In fact, things were so serious that the Los Angeles Angels had their first game postponed due to rain in 20 years:


Because of the unexpected delay, the Angels and Red Sox are expected to complete their series with a doubleheader today — assuming they can dry out their soggy outfield. ESPN’s Buster Olney mentioned Sunday night that the team doesn’t have the best drainage system, which may be why there is a goddamn helicopter currently flying over the outfield:
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This may seem extreme, but when you have Mike Trout patrolling that outfield you do whatever it takes to achieve optimal fielding conditions.

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