Per the proprietors, the field now needs roughly $15,000 in repairs.
The baseball diamond, set amid the corn fields of Dyersville, was the center of Field of Dreams, about a farmer (Costner) who hears voices in his crops and is led to build the field as a sort of penance for his troubled relationship with his late father.
The owner, Denise Stillman, told the Dubuque Telegraph Herald that someone drove a vehicle through the iconic baseball diamond and outfield, leaving deep gashes and breaking the sprinkler system.
The turf had been ripped up with potential damage to the refurbished irrigation system.
The "Field of Dreams" facility manager said this is the worst case of vandalism to ever hit the site. "Whoever did it was really able to dig in".
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If you destroy it, people won't come.
Steffen said this was not the first time a person has driven onto the field. On their Facebook page, the Field of Dreams Movie Site posted pictures on Tuesday of the deep tracks. And then, almost 30 years later, they'll come and tear it up.
The field is a popular tourist attraction and will remain open throughout this summer despite having to undergo repairs, Stillman said. She believes it will cost thousands of dollars to fix the field and it could take an entire season until the field is back to its normal state.
The field doesn't have security cameras, and field officials couldn't identify the vehicle that caused the tracks, Steffen said.