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TAG: Field of Dreams

BrightView prepares for second Field of Dreams Game

August 2, 2022By
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BrightView, the official field consultant of MLB, is transforming an Iowa cornfield into a playable baseball field for the Field of Dreams sequel. read more

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Learn how Field of Dreams team prepared the turf for MLB debut

August 10, 2021By

Murray Cook, president, BrightView Sports Turf discusses creating the iconic baseball diamond for the Field of Dreams game. read more

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STMA, MLB construct baseball field at ‘Field of Dreams’ site

September 18, 2019By
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“If you build it, they will come.” With the immortal words of Ray Kinsella ringing in their ears, the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) and Major League Baseball (MLB) are getting to work building an actual Field of Dreams on the very site where the 1989 movie was filmed. The Chicago White Sox and the New York Yankees are scheduled... read more

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TSG uses 3-D service to design nonprofit’s fields

March 18, 2014By

In 2010, a baseball field opened in West Dallas, Texas, called the “Field of Dreams.” Founded by the nonprofit Mercy Street, it has served the community as a place for impoverished kids ages five to 14 to learn baseball and develop life skills from volunteer coaches and staff. Now, Mercy Street had Turf Solutions Group (TSG) design and build two softball fields,... read more

STC 2013 ‘Real Field of Dreams’ contest under way

March 5, 2013By

Know of an amazing synthetic turf field, playground, park or installation in your community? Then check out the Synthetic Turf Council’s (STC’s) annual Search for the Real Field of Dreams, which recognizes the power that synthetic turf has to transform communities and schools, and keep their youth active, healthy and fit. This national contest is open to schools (K12 and... read more

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