I don't understand the love for the downtown ballpark.
I've been to plenty of cities up and down the east coast and in the midwest and when I talked to baseball fans in those cities about how Wrigley Field and US Cellular Field are neighborhood ballparks their faces light up and they usually think that's the coolest thing ever.
The neighborhood ballpark is a timeless part of baseball history that has gone the way of the dinosaur.
I'm personally proud that Chicago has not one but two of them.
Farewell #12. You will be sorely missed by this fan.