Rain Delay Entertainment Alive and Well As College World Series Grounds Crew Plays Imaginary Game of Tarp Baseball (Video)

by NESN Staff

June 21, 2011

You haven't gotten your money's worth at a college baseball game until you've been treated to proper rain delay entertainment.

Dance-offs, human bowling, jousting and mock infomercials are a thing of the past. While a rain delay forced Vanderbilt and Florida players and coaches to seek refuge on Monday night during a College World Series game, the grounds crew came out onto the field and participated in imaginary baseball game, or tarp baseball, as seen below.

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