The Junior College World Series draws people from all around the nation and it takes a lot of work behind the scenes to host the thousands of fans that come out to enjoy the games.
It has been packed out at Suplizio Field for the last five days as thousands are kicking back and enjoying the games, but to put on these games and to ensure that things run smoothly it takes a lot of hard work and long hours.
Vice President of the JUCO Committee says, " When you think of JUCO you think nineteen games, but you forget all of the stuff that goes on behind the scenes. Crews replace bases, rack the field, cut the grass, clean up trash, fix lights."
More than six hundred workers and volunteers come out to JUCO to help keep things up to par for the nineteen games and thousands of fans.
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