“We all know it’s a tight schedule but we are on schedule,” Ballard said.
Each team will get six practice fields. Of the 12 fields, two will be up to Major League Baseball standards, including light poles.
The light poles at the main stadium haven’t gone up yet. In fact, the main stadium doesn’t quite look like a baseball facility yet, at least not from your car window on Military Trail or Haverhill Road. But that will change in the coming months.
In about two weeks, crews will start to install grass on some of the practice fields.
An overdose of the potent painkiller fentanyl killed Prince but how the drug got into the superstar’s system remains unknown.
An autopsy report released Thursday shows Prince died of an accidental, “self-administered” overdose. However, the report does not say whether the drug was injected, swallowed or delivered via a transdermal patch. No other drugs were mentioned in the report.
Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid only prescribed to those already taking opiates for severe pain. The drug is so potent – 50 to 100 times stronger than morphine – that it is measured in grains. The drug is fast acting and those who overdose die quickly.
Fentanyl is increasingly found mixed with heroin. The drug combination is being blamed for the spike in overdose deaths. Fentanyl was found in at least 20 percent of the 380 suspected overdose deaths in Palm Beach County last year.