Chevron's traveling STEM zone made a stop at the Oakland A's stadium this fall for a co-sponsored event with the Exploratorium and the Oakland Athletics. John Murray Productions, Inc. worked with Corporate Media Events and Chevron to, once again, bring the hands on exhibits to life but this time with a baseball twist. The STEM zone, designed to excite young A's fans about the science of baseball, emphasized the science, technology, engineering and math of the game with exhibits such as Studio C where visitors learn the fundamentals of sports broadcast technology, and the baseball dissection zone where visitors could see how the physical components of the ball make it behave. The STEM zone was installed in the East side club and the accompanying terrace, where a miniature turf baseball field was laid out. Fans at the game were invited to visit the stations placed on all four bases which highlighted concepts such as gravity, energy transference, fluid dynamics and reaction time. Large format graphics were used throughout the club to brand the space, as well as hand illustrated chalkboards and signage to complete the urban classroom feel consistent with the STEM zone look. The event was a hit with over 2,000 visitors, and we were glad to work with the Exploratorium and be a part of our impressive home team's sponsored event.