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Milwaukee Color
Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2009
The monument goes mostly unnoticed as baseball fans stream toward Miller Park. The three stone tablets face away from the main walkway to the stadium, and many of the names inscribed there mean nothing to folks under 50 anyway. That’s a shame, because they are part of a team...
A&E Feature
Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008

Memories of a sports landmark

To the kid's eyes, the place was just...so...unbelievably...big: the three-level grandstand, rising on a picket line of steel pillars; the imposing facade of the roof, recalling some ancient civilization with its ornate design. Most of all, the baseball field itself, stretching an amazing 461 feet from home plate to the centerfield wall and 457 to left-center. When they said "hit it a mile," the kid would think they really meant it at this place. This place called Yankee Stadium.

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