Dominic Valila, 35, has been cleaning the dugouts at Shea Stadium for 14 years:
What do the dugout smell like after a game?
Like beer and soda and hot dogs and spit and gum. It's a stadium smell.
How do you clean them?
First we sweep with brooms. Then we take those leaf-blower things and blow out the area. Then we take power-washer hoses and hose everything down.
Once in a while, if it's bad, you throw down some Pine Power. But that's rare. The dugout is outside, so the wind will blow away most smells.
Which is worse: home or visiting dugout?
The visitors, because they don't care about the dugout here. We used to put a garbage can right by the watercooler, but at the end of the game there would be one cup in the garbage and 200 cups on the floor.
Which is the dirtiest team?