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If you’re not interested in someone and swipe left to pass, that person won’t know."It's always rough," said Bossard of home opener preparation. His brother put in Astroturf in '69 where the infield grass is.One of those years in the early '70s, it was snowing on Opening Day and the snow was sticking to the Astroturf.You have to heat up the soil temperatures to 44 or 45 degrees with bluegrass. If it's 28 or 30 degrees and the sun is out, by putting my tarp down, I'll actually get another five or six degrees underneath the tarp and bring the grass out of its dormancy." Even 20 inches or so of snow falling during one winter night or more snow coming before Thursday doesn't bother Bossard, who said snow acts like "a blanket for my grass." But infield clay, which Bossard deems the most important part because it's the home of all the action, suffered through a condition called heaving, where snow and ice crystals get within the particles of clay.When they freeze, it splits the clay and there's no cementation to it.It’s a convenient app to use for simple chat functions, similar to texting.
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So Bossard has been adding soil conditioner, getting that area compacted. In spring, it's a lot more difficult than it is in the summer." "I've been through it all.
More than 40 tons of warning-track material has been put down in that area with the help of Bossard's crew, who swing into action two weeks before Opening Day. The worst one I've ever saw -- and I've seen snow on Opening Day many times -- in the early '70s, John Allyn owned the team.
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