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I don't think any other teams replaced their stadium with a stadium designed to be exactly the same except much much much much much much much more expensive, located in exactly the same place.
We were commenting while watching the game on ESPN yesterday on the great swaths of empty seats--on Opening Day, hosting the Red Sox, no less
Does any fanbase so roundly dislike its new stadium as much as Yankee fans do, or am I overstating how Primer reflects overall sentiment?
I suppose the feeling is based on what it was replacing. A Reds fan may not think GAB is all that great, and it may well be even less appealing than NYS (been to it, but not NYS), but it still beats Riverfront.
i have asked before and will ask here, what awesome, tremendous, make a difference players will be available? because with the rash of signings it sure seems like new York is going to overpay for players on the downside. who will be age 26-29 and great and on the market?
Having been to both, GAB is certainly more "fun" than YS3. It's a more intimate affair (it's hard to explain how ... mall-ish and corporate YS3 feels.) One thing that does strike you immediately about YS3 is the size and grandeur of the Stadium. It's bathed in Yankee history, it's utterly huge, and it feels the way YES network watches.
just curious what others are seeing?
Also, I'm kinda sick of our fans. What kind of losers buy ALCS tickets then don't make a peep except to boo the crap out of our own guys?
and it feels the way YES network watches.
I can go to any weeknight non red sox game for like $1
In related news, Robinson Cano just canned Scott Boras as his agent...and hired Jay-Z.
I know NYS didn't open until 2009, but all the planning and the seating schemes happened pre-2008, and just reek of corporate arrogance. Any chance either of those things happens the same way after the market tanks?
Yankee fan here. I like the new Stadium and have no issue with the pricing or the people who go to the games.
It's going to be a long year...
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