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Old 04-14-2012, 02:22 PM
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Old 04-14-2012, 07:18 PM
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And Scott goes deep in Fenway today!
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Old 04-16-2012, 11:54 AM
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I think he's spot on. I don't care about his other opinions, this one is accurate.
People are told that the stadium is a monument...what makes it a monument other than it's old as ****?

The ceiling is falling apart, nets are holding bolders above people's heads. It smells like pee, the bathrooms are outdated, there are obstructions all over the stadium, and it's tight as hell to get around. This is Wrigley, I've never been to Fenway, but I can't imagine it's anything different.
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I think he's spot on. I don't care about his other opinions, this one is accurate.
People are told that the stadium is a monument...what makes it a monument other than it's old as ****?

The ceiling is falling apart, nets are holding bolders above people's heads. It smells like pee, the bathrooms are outdated, there are obstructions all over the stadium, and it's tight as hell to get around. This is Wrigley, I've never been to Fenway, but I can't imagine it's anything different.
I've been to both, and it is different. As much as Boston fans annoy me, the club has done a great job of preserving Fenway Park. The negatives are that the seats are cramped as hell, the concourses dark and dank, and the experience is too expensive. Scott was speaking from a player standpoint, however, so I of course will defer to him and other players in that regard.
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