At the Ballpark: Minnesota Twins Infuse Personal Touches in Player-Centric Videoboard Production

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With fans at home, players are the star of the show
By Kristian Hernández, Associate Editor
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 – 11:03 am
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Although Major League Baseball is continuing with a 60-game regular season, the pulse of what makes professional baseball exciting remains at home. In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, 30 in-venue departments are forging ahead with operations inside empty stadiums. Minnesota Twins Svg, Minnesota Twins Logo MLB Svg, Twins Svg, MLB Logo Svg, Sport Svg, Twins Baseball Svg

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SVG’s At the Ballpark series takes you behind the control-room door and examines what it’s like to produce a fan-less venue experience in 2020.Baseball is a team sport in every essence of the phrase, drawing on the strengths and skills of every player on the 25-man roster. As the saying goes, there’ s no “i” in team, but there is most certainly an “i” in Twins. With no fans to entertain, the in-venue team is putting each player in the spotlight with specific music playlists, hype videos, graphics, and more.Miami Marlins Svg, Miami Marlins Logo MLB Svg, MLB Svg, Marlins Baseball Svg, Marlins Svg, Sport Svg

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