Augusta GreenJackets Staff Builds 50 Foot Long Centerfield Wall In 24 Hours Following Thunderstorm Damage

The staff of the Low-A Augusta GreenJackets worked overtime Wednesday night as a 50 foot section of the centerfield wall at Lake Olmstead Stadium was blown down during a Thunderstorm. After a tireless effort, that included a battle with a cluster of fire ants, the fence was rebuilt before the scheduled game time Thursday evening. However depsite their efforts more rain came into the Augusta area, and the GreenJackets Thursday night doubleheader with the Hagerstown Suns was postponed. See the full story including comments from Jackets general manager Nick Brown.

Jackets staffers built wall in time for game — The Augusta Chronicle

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