Minor League’s Wisconsin Timber Rattlers make major visual upgrade

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Fox Cities Stadium, home to Minor League Baseball’s Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, will be upgrading its visual experience at the venue with the installation of three new LED displays, which promise to provide fans with greater views of the on-field action and game-day information.

The new main outfield display provided by Daktronics will be the focal point of the 5,900-capacity stadium as it boasts a size “roughly three times larger” than the previous board, measuring 26.5ft high and 55ft wide. Installation begins in March.

The Midwest League affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers has also undergone an upgrade of all its cameras to HD in preparation for the screen’s arrival, so it can broadcast relays, stats or animations on the 15HD pixel layout to every seat at Fox Cities Stadium.

“Our goal each season is to upgrade the overall fan experience and this new video display will surely provide a wow factor to all in attendance,” said Wisconsin Timber Rattlers president Rob Zerjav.

Fans will also appreciate a brand new marquee video display outside the stadium that will welcome Timber Rattler supporters as they enter the parking lot, and a 14ft by 19ft wide display above ticket windows to provide additional information.

“The team has been a trendsetter with its technology and video displays while consistently engaging their fans at every game. We’re looking forward to seeing the final installation later this spring,” said Daktronics.

January 24, 2018

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