Jul 20, 2012, 3:01 PM EDT
What you’re looking at is the damage done to the center field grass at Citizens Bank Park by the awfully impressive stage setup for Roger Waters’ performance of Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” last weekend in South Philadelphia.
The photo was taken by Inquirer beat writer Matt Gelb who says the grass was “destroyed,” but I think he’s looking at it all wrong. Waters just made it more entertaining for Phillies fans to watch Shane Victorino do his job, as he can now add “divots in the grass” to “his feet” as things to avoid tripping over in the outfield.
Friend of the Level, Seth, makes a salient point:
@magelb but keep in mind everyone who attended The Wall was far more entertained then the Phillies have been all season.
— Seth E. (@SaxNStrikeouts) July 20, 2012
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