SubZERO robots, late-night basketball, plastic mallets, and bikes for horses: a day in the life of Jose Coronado Playground
Twenty Major League Baseball players face possible suspension for alleged use of performance enhancing drugs, and these moms, kids, kooks, and badasses are out here every time I walk by, which is often.
Between Shotwell and Harrison on 21st Street in the Mission. Jose Coronado Playground. This has been a night in the life. Of it.
Newcomer Nights are on Wednesdays, in case you're interested in getting in the game, bike polowise.
Otherwise, it's not a bad spectator sport. Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays they play, from seven to ten. Check it out.
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