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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by TedG954, Mar 2, 2017.
The Great American Pastime
Better luck to the Indians this year, Ted! Unless, of course, they end up in the Series against the Giants.
Nice shots! Really captures the color of this type of pastural sporting event.
Not a baseball watcher, but still great images
Ted - Just last week my wife showed me a picture of Petco Park down in San Diego. It showed the field covered by about 5" of water.
Yeah, they got dumped on by the last pineapple express rain that hit California, big time.
Nice shots of the park you have there.
It's interesting how similar most of the newer MLB stadiums are. Change some of the signage and this could be Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Camden Yards in Baltimore, etc. The Camden Yards template clearly works.
True. But I sure don't miss the "multi-stadiums" they built back in the '70s to accommodate both baseball and football. They were good for neither.
In Cleveland, we wouldn't want the Browns' curse to rub off on our wonderful Tribe!
Exactly. And most are gone already. In Philadelphia, I was at Veteran's Stadium in its first year of life, its last year and many times in between. It got the job done but one was always a bit too far from the action for baseball, football and concerts.
Hell, there was a time back in the ’80s when they handed out medals at Candlestick if you stayed through an extra inning night game (the Croix de Candlestick). No kidding! I've got two.
When they tore it down two years ago I didn't shed a tear.
Nice set of images Ted. You certainly captured the atmosphere that enthralls so many of your citizens.
Some of us loved the stick and the new park, while a terrific venue, doesn't have the character or the 40 mph crosswinds that we all loved.
Yeah, I sure do miss those hot dog wrapper tornadoes that twirled across the infield.
Suddenly I need a hot dog.