Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Braves-Brewers game delayed by giant video screen malfunction (PHOTO)

Play between the Braves and Brewers was halted for a few minutes on Monday night because the graphics on Turner Field's giant video screen morphed into a blinding test pattern.

Because the video board is in dead center field and right in the batter's (and catcher's and umpire's) line of sight, it was turned off completely so play could resume, according to Tom Haudricourt of the Journal Sentinel.

Luckily for everyone — except Ryan Braun — the giant video board started working properly a few innings later.

And pity the poor guy who had to adjust and hold the oversized antenna for the rest of the game.

1 comment:

  1. I can translate "Dig-it-all to Anna-log!" Means "Technical difficulties please standby! " LOL.