Humidor at Security Service Field to aid Sky Sox pitchers

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Rockies engineer Tony Cowell inspects baseballs stored in a humidor at Coors Field after it became operational in 2002. The Sky Sox installed a humidor for this season at Security Service Field, with balls kept at 70 degrees and 60 percent humidity. Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS