Originally Posted by Noneck
Ive alluded to this in another thread. I dont think a team needs a wrigleyville setting to draw in the city. Not all fans are the type that like that type of setting. One advantage that Sox park has that miller doesnt is good public transportation but the disadvantage is the expensive parking. A retractable domed park would have helped the Sox also but that probably would have entailed ownership to dig deep into their pockets at that time, not on the public's dime.
Speaking of White Sox expensive parking- the Brewers charge $9 for general parking if you purchase a week or more in advance, or either $10 or $15 cash at the lot, depending on opponent (dynamic parking pricing?).
Big difference there. Helps offset the increased cost of gas to drive the game, doesn't it?