Wahconah Park in Pittsfield, MA, where professional baseball has been played since 1919 (the Pittsfield Hillies, later Electrics). However, the game between the Colonials (Can-Am League) and Rockland Boulders (Flintstones League?) had been moved to North Adams because of wind damage from a storm earlier in the week (unbeknownst to many of the fans who came out, hung around, chatted). No matter, I got to wander the park where George ("Boomer") Scott and many other greats, near greats, and just-grateful-to-be-here once played. Among other things, it was built so that home plate faces directly west, necessitating periodic "sun delays."