Wasn't sure where to post this, but since it hit me while watching ULL vs Ole Miss baseball, it goes in College Sports. Ole Miss catcher went after a foul ball and slid to avoid crashing into the brick backstop wall at The Tigue. ESPN announcer mentioned a 'Bama player hurt a knee pretty badly hitting that same wall last year. Then he casually mentioned the artificial turf warning track, and it hit me....the purpose of the warning track is so that a player will know he's approaching the wall while looking up for the ball. The only way this works is if the warning track is made of a different material from the rest of the field; crossing from grass to dirt. An artificial turf warning track on an artificial turf field is 100% useless. How have the marketers of these million dollar artificial turf fields been allowed to put this crap out there? And has no one who buys a turf baseball field thought of this?