"George Hendrick used to tell us when he played in St. Louis, he used three pairs of shoes," Marsh said. "He kept two on a big bucket of ice and would change shoes every inning because it was so hot on that turf."
"You get some scorcher days out there, I'll tell you," said MLB Director of Umpiring Randy Marsh, who worked major league games for 27 years. "I've got some old pictures of when I worked. When you walked off the field, your uniform was completely soaked."