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‘United’ logo painted behind Plainsman Park home plate for weekend’s baseball series against Bama

So far, no one has cried foul.

Auburn’s grounds crew has called a temporary truce to the Iron Bowl turf war for this weekend’s home baseball series against Bama.

A half red, half blue “A” with the word “United” under it was recently painted behind Plainsman Park’s home plate as a show of statewide solidarity in the wake of the tornadoes that tore through Tuscaloosa and other communities across Alabama on April 27.

The graphic was the first logo used by Toomer’s For Tuscaloosa.

Photo via @AU_turf.

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