The Louisville Bats (Class AAA; International League) have announced that a new HD videoboard is being installed at Louisville Slugger Field for the 2017 season. Installation of the board is expected to be completed in advance of the team’s exhibition game with the Cincinnati Reds, which is scheduled for March 31.
“This new scoreboard will bring the best premiere graphics and HD content the industry has to offer to Louisville Bats fans,” said vice president of stadium operations Scott Shoemaker. “Our fans will be very happy with this new enhancement for their in-game experiences. It is very important to us to create a great atmosphere for the young and old when they are guests here at the ballpark. As we move into the future we want to keep things fresh and up-to-date so that our guests can continue to create memories with their family and friends”
The new scoreboard will measure 30 feet wide by 36 feet high and feature a 15HD pixel layout to provide excellent image clarity, superior brightness and contrast with wide angle visibility for a great view from every seat in the stadium. The board is capable of splitting into zones to show different up-to-the-minute statistics and graphics for fans to also enjoy.
Rendering courtesy Louisville Bats.