One of our lesser used baseball fields had become so overrun with gophers that it looked like a mortar range. We finally controlled the gopher problem but are left with a Bermudagrass and weed field with dozens of crowns and low spots. Looking for a way to renovate with limited equipment on hand. We have a hydraulic pedestrian aerator (greensaire 24), garden tractor with positive down force sleeve hitch and scraper, various rollers, a walk behind Bluebird power rake. The field is irrigated as well. Any thoughts on this appreciated. My rough draft thoughts were either pull lots of cores and roll with heavy roller or power rake and pressure wash out high areas. Thanks for the help guys.