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The Curiosity Correspondent: Getting the Angels baseball field ready is a lot of work

Most people get to the baseball stadium with just enough time to grab a hot dog and drink, and find their seats. Some, like our Curiosity Correspondent, arrive early enough to watch the field getting prepared. Chalk lines are made, the pitcher’s mound is cleaned, the dirt raked beautifully even....
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