Man, if I had the disposable income, this would rocket to the top of my Honey-Do list.
A guy in Ohio named Jason Kidd (no, not the former NBA point guard) was asked by his then-three year old to build a ball field in their backyard. He said no, initially, but after some contemplating and measuring…he decided to do it.
Two years and 30-grand later, his son is five, and they have this AWESOME field to play on!
Jason Kidd, who’s been an Indians fan since he was a kid, decided to build his own Jacobs Field in his Brookfield, Ohio backyard, about 70 miles southeast of Cleveland, in Trumbull County. Or as still likes to call it, the Jake. https://t.co/Hwug9ztk5g
— clevelanddotcom (@clevelanddotcom) July 11, 2019
Now, it’s not MLB regulation, but it’s great for whiffle ball. Kidd says there is still plans to add a fence, foul poles and lighting so they can play at night.
And judging by that house in shallow center, he better have a window guy on call!
Your Dad of the Year nominee, everyone.