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(Chron)   The Houston Astros were playing lights out baseball at their home stadium, Minute Maid Park, during their season-ending game on Wednesday   (chron.com) divider line
    More: Awkward, Baseball, Pitcher, National League, top of the second of the Astros, Philadelphia Phillies, Major League Baseball, regular-season finale, Cy Young Award  
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2022-10-06 1:53:44 PM  
The roof was closed on Wednesday, despite sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s.

That was probably the issue - the sunny skies.  It has been nice and dry (dry for Houston, anyway) with no rain in sight and good temps.  The problem is that at a certain time of day, the sun beams on the right side field boxes and bakes everyone.  The PNC Stadium (Dynamo-soccer) is the same -  The afternoon sun bakes everyone on the right side.  In the middle of summer, it goes behind a building at around 6:30 then feels okay even on the hottest of evenings.

Oh, and airflow sucks because Houston is in a bloody swamp.
 
2022-10-06 4:50:17 PM  
This happens all the time at Tropicana Field ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
2022-10-06 5:08:57 PM  
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2022-10-06 5:37:48 PM  
Sounds... dramatic
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2022-10-06 9:03:47 PM  
And this is news?
 
2022-10-07 5:40:40 PM  

ukexpat: And this is news?


No, it's Fark!
 
2022-10-07 7:45:08 PM  

ProfessorTomoe: ukexpat: And this is news?

No, it's Fark!


Touché!
 
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