Panasonic engages fans in minor league ballparks all over the US

Panasonic has recently partnered with 7 minor league ballparks around the US, helping them add new technology to enhance the fan experience. The sports scene continues to evolve and change and technology plays a key role in that.

The ballparks that have got into a relationship with Panasonic include:

  1. Haymarket Park, Lincoln, NE – added two 11.75×11.75 ft 16mm LED wing boards to their existing primary video structure. This is mainly used for sponsorship placements
  2. Classic Park, Eastlake, OH –  installed a 50×22 ft 20mm LED video board. This is mainly used for sponsorship placements, virtual scoring and team information
  3. Dunkin Donuts park, Hartford, CT – installed a 79×38 ft 16mm video board. This is mainly used for display of the games to really bring a big league feel
  4. Trustmark Park, Pearl, MS – installed a 67 x 31 ft 16mm video board. This is mainly used for virtual scoring, sponsorship, team information, and social media initiatives
  5. Clipper Magazine Stadium, Lancaster, PA – installed a 67 x 24 ft 16mm video board. This is mainly used for play displays
  6. Dutchess Stadium, Fishkill, NY – installed a 42 x 25 ft 16mm video display. This is mainly used for virtual scoring, sponsorships and replays
  7. Ron Tonkin Field, Hillsboro, OR – installed a 109 x 6 ft 16mm video display. This is to e used as an entertainment avenue in addition to being a baseball destination

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