When I was a child I used to play Nintendo’s “Baseball.” It is for sure the only baseball video game I have ever played; my favorite sports game has always been FIFA (although it’s been decades since the last time I played it!)
Sports are a significant part of my life. Just like some people read the NY Times as soon as they wake up, reading Spanish soccer newspapers belongs to my early morning traditions.) However, I don’t follow baseball too much; nine innings seems a lot to me!
These last days my assignments at The Chronicle have been related to this sport. For instance, in the past two weeks I shot two games at Duke:
(Hit that ball, #13! This photo was even published on the online version of The Chronicle!)
Today’s assignment for The Chronicle was related to the renovation works at Durham Bulls Stadium. Not exactly a game like for the two previous photos but still, a topic related to baseball:
Some of today’s images needed to depict what was going on there in a very straightforward way, like this one:
Nevertheless, I was also able to be a bit creative:
Finally, as mentioned previously, what would we do without those invisible workers who make similar renovation works in a stadium, a museum, a neo-gothic university, and so on possible?…