LAKE ELSINORE, OH—On a scorching summer morning at Lake Elsinore’s jewel of a baseball stadium, groundskeeper Chris Ralston is doing what he loves most: watching the grass grow.
His T-shirt is sweat-stained. His hands are discolored from green dye. The ballpark, typically packed with screaming fans on game nights, is now hushed and empty aside from Ralston and his two assistants raking dirt on top of the mound.
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