The Mississippi River is about to take down the Quad City River Bandits and their Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport, Iowa. The stadium is right on the river and things are getting a little damp near the minor league park. River Bandits general manager Andrew Chesser said...
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“It’s a little different for a lot of us in the front office, but people here seem to be taking everything in stride. We’re surrounded by water, but it’s business as usual,” “The crews from the City of Davenport have done a great job of setting up a dry and safe way for fans to get here and enjoy games.”

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Check out Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg, PA. It's on an island, and has a history of flooding as well.
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Check out Metro Bank Park in Harrisburg, PA. It's on an island, and has a history of flooding as well.
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Is this the same field in Iowa that got surrounded by floods in the 90s?
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PLAY BALL!! Field looks dry!
Reply89 months
where's the flooding in Louisiana?
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That's awesome looking
Reply89 months
That looks coop
Reply89 months
Actually, an island looks like it would be a really cool design for a stadium.
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