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    Score Early, Score Often gonelong's Avatar
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    Extreme baseball temps

    A few years back I attended a Dragon's game that was called on account of snow! It was getting too hard to pick up the baseball on fly balls, etc.

    I am taking my son (6.5 years old) to the Reds game on July the 31st. He has been to 3 games in his life thus far, and I don't believe a single one of them has been below 90+ degrees, sunny, and muggy as all get out. This is fair warning.

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    Re: Extreme baseball temps

    104 degrees Pac Bell is the worst game weather I've experienced, 98 for a Niners/raiders preseason game equally bad

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    Re: Extreme baseball temps

    At Riverfront the temps would register about 120 or higher on the field for a day game. I don't how anyone could have survived that without having heatstroke if the those temps were close to accurate.
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