San Francisco Giants score with new HD scoreboard

San Francisco Giants score with new HD scoreboard

Summary: San Francisco Giants' CIO, Bill Schlough, shows me baseball's second largest high-definition monitor. The Mitsubishi Diamond Vision HD (720p) screen at the Giants' AT&T Park has more than 3 million LEDs and stands 103 feet wide and about 31 feet wide.

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San Francisco Giants' CIO, Bill Schlough, shows me baseball's second largest high-definition monitor. The Mitsubishi Diamond Vision HD (720p) screen at the Giants' AT&T Park has more than 3 million LEDs and stands 103 feet wide and about 31 feet wide. The ball park has also added 12 personal HD monitors, serving real-time stats to the best seats in the house.

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  • Impressive but ...

    I'd settle for an old wooden billboard with archaic rolodex-like flip-'em placards if they'd cut their ticket prices in half. Lower the players' salaries a bit to boot, to help reduce concession and parking prices, and I might be able to get the kids an extra corndog - and myself a second beer.
    klumper
    • Then you must be an old-fashioned kid...

      Sorry, can't resist! ]:)
      Grayson Peddie
      • I think you're right ;) (nt)

        nt
        klumper