KANSAS CITY, Mo. — At Kauffman Stadium, part of the baseball experience is watching Crown Vision.
"Every day my office is a ballpark," said Don Costante, the senior director of event presentation. "If you are not going to be a player on the field, what’s the next best thing? To deliver experience for people coming in to the ballpark."
Crown Vision is controlled in a small production studio at the K.
Costante said he doesn't stay in the studio during the games.
"I'm moving around. I’m listening to decibel levels, I’m watching the video. It's really an opportunity to see how the fans are being engaged, and how they are reacting to what we are doing," Costante said.
Crown Vision is not just a giant screen past the outfield, Costante said it's an important part of the team.
"The content that we're delivering is really about interacting and engaging the fans and making them feel like there are part of the experience," he said.