White Sox Groundskeeper Has Big Challenge Following Frigid Winter

They call him the Sodfather. Roger Bossard is the head groundskeeper at US Cellular Field, the home of the Chicago White Sox. He’s got 24 days to get the field ready for baseball - following one of the coldest, snowiest winters on record. After removing the snow, the Chicago Tribune says he’ll have to bring in massive heaters to warm up the soil so that grass can grow.

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune


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