At the Ballpark: Get an Inside Look at Game-Day Video Ops of D-Backs, Dodgers, Mariners, Mets, Rays, Reds, Tigers, and Twins

Although Major League Baseball is continuing with a 60-game regular season, the pulse of what makes professional baseball exciting will remain at home. In the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, 30 in-venue departments are forging ahead with operations inside empty stadiums. SVG’s At the Ballpark series takes you behind the control-room door and examine what it’s like to produce a fan-less venue experience in 2020. SVG Associate Editor Kristian Hernandez spoke with game-day video ops leaders from the D-Backs, Dodgers, Mariners, Mets, Rays, Reds, Tigers, and Twins to get an inside look at this new ballpark experience. Also check out this overarching piece on “How MLB Teams Produce a Fan-less In-Venue Experience”.

Check out the full series of video interviews and articles below (click on the headline to read the full story):

DodgersVision Leverages New Audio System, Blend of Traditional and Contemporary Content

DBTV Productions Uses Chase Field as Testing Ground for New In-Venue Approach

Minnesota Twins Infuse Personal Touches in Player-Centric Videoboard Production

Tampa Bay Rays Integrate Social-Media Content, Fan Videos on Tropicana Field Videoboards

Cincinnati Reds Use Unique Season To Learn New HDR Videoboard

Mariners Productions Keeps Players, Onsite Staff on Schedule With In-Venue Routine at T-Mobile Park

Detroit Tigers Focus on Fan Engagement, Rely on Scrimmages for In-Venue Strategy

The SVG Podcast: In-Stadium Video at Fan-less MLB Ballparks with Arizona Diamondbacks’ Rob Weinheimer + Minnesota Twins’ Sam Henschen

CLICK HERE to check out more of SVG’s At The Ballpark series.