The St. Paul Saints painted 56,000 dots on the field for a massive game of Twister
Take a bow, St. Paul Saints. You might have put together one of the most impressive ballgame promotions ever.
After their game against the Wichita Wingnuts on Tuesday night, the Saints (of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball) put together the biggest Twister board of all time, probably ... and they did it on the field itself.
Obviously, this was a massive undertaking, and also one the Saints documented throughout.
Here's a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at what made this all possible:
The levels of effort and energy put into this are just ... wow. Take a bow, everyone involved.
The Saints wound up losing to the Wingnuts, 8-3, but on a field covered in Twister dots:
Here is your complete highlights from the Saints 8-3 loss to the Wingnuts pic.twitter.com/qo4AfIycws— St. Paul Saints (@StPaulSaints) August 23, 2017
And after the teams left the field, the game was on:
Roughly 24-hours after we began painting 56,000 Twister dots fans get to enjoy. Thanks to all who helped make this an unforgettable promo pic.twitter.com/oOoAWznVwj— St. Paul Saints (@StPaulSaints) August 23, 2017