Phillies did the same thing. When they jumped stadiums; the organist was platooned to the concourse.
Yes, the concourse.
Then he retired and sadly passed away a year later.
Once a staple of Phillies games, Richardson's organ music was heard much less frequently from the mid-1990s on, as pre-recorded ("canned") music became more prevalent. When the team moved into Citizens Bank Park in 2004, Richardson was not given a booth, and was seen only before games on the Ashburn Alley outfield concourse. A recording of his version of Take Me Out to the Ballgame was used for the seventh-inning stretch. This diminished role combined with health problems and no longer having a place where he could see the game were factors in Richardson announcing his retirement prior to the 2006 season.
On October 2, 2006, Richardson died after a long battle with prostate cancer . The Phillies paid tribute to him prior to their 2007 home opener and also during the seventh-inning stretch of that game.