The Colorado Rockies are used pitching mounds, but not snow mounds.
Denver road crews desperate for some place to put all this winter's snow have been using the empty parking lot at Coors Field in Denver to pile up the white stuff.
Problem is, all that snow isn't melting fast enough.
The parking lots have to be clear by April 2nd, the Rockies home opener.
And team officials have other events scheduled for as early as next month.
So now, crews are sending a caravan of trucks to move all that snow, 120 thousand cubic yards across town, from Coors Field to the old Stapleton Airport.