The Los Angeles Angels hire helicopter to blow-dry their stadium, despite drought
California might be currently drought-stricken, but the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim had a home game that was rained out on Sunday (their first in 20 years). NPR’s Morning Edition reports that the Angels hired a helicopter to blow-dry their wet field so the team could have a dry field for future baseball games. Playas gon' play. That’s the way it is.
FACTS ABOUT California's drought AND the Los Angeles Angels:
California is estimated to have 1 year of water left in its reservoirs and ground water according to satellite data from NASA.
The Angels have a game tonight at 10 PM in Anaheim, where they’ll be playing the Minnesota twins. The Angels have already swept The Boston Red Sox in a doubleheader, with a final score of 7-3.
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