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Old 08-31-2017, 06:03 PM
LITTLE NELL LITTLE NELL is offline
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Originally Posted by Brian26 View Post
I cannot even imagine how awful the stadium design would have been if the Sox built there in the late 1960s. Think Three Rivers, Riverfront, Fulton County, Busch, Veterans.
Everybody thought they were pretty neat back then but they were so bad. I'd say the best of the lot was Busch, had a little character with the roof design based on the Arch, it also had bleachers in right and left center with the scoreboards above them, it was a little less obnoxious than the others you mentioned. PS You left out Shea which at least had some views of the parking lots as it wasn't completely enclosed. I sat in the UD at a game at Shea (free general admission USAF) in 1967 and it was further from the action than our park but less steep.
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