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This weekend, the Daily News reported that the Yankees' plan for a new stadium is coming along nicely. The new park will be a few blocks away from where the stadium is now. If all goes according to plan, the new stadium could open in 2009.
Hey, so long as they stay in the Bronx...
Sounds great. I love YS and all, but after visiting some of the new parks like Coors and PNC, the fact that you can't see the field from the concession area and concourses drives me nuts.
I say "no" on Torre and the coaching staff.
People will have to get to games 3 hours early to ensure they're not late.
While we're at it, let's get those sausages they sell at Shea.
Hey, after years of threats of relocating to New Jersey, I'm just happy that the new joint will be in the same neighbhorhood.
No way Big Stein wants the treatment that O'Malley got. Jersey was just for leverage.
- Cotton Eye Joe
- Michael Kay
- Suzyn Waldman
Many of the current Yankees will see pinstripes in the new house...at old timers day!
As to the luxury boxes, they're a requirement in this era. That money is a huge part of what gets parks like this built.
NetShrine, were you having problems with the site?
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