Nerf balls and bats. Problem solved!
I guess it’s time for another taxpayer paid stadium in Detroit. Luckily the city is awash in cash.
This does not sound like something I want to get involved in. I will stick to the lines to try and hold onto as much of my remaining privacy as I can.
“Section 211 in the second deck”? If you can’t pay attention enough or can’t move fast enough to get out of the way, either sit further back or don’t go at all.
The lead plaintiff, Gail Payne, is an Oakland A’s fan who feels vulnerable because her seats in Section 211 in the second deck at O.co Coliseum are not protected by netting. A fan beside her was injured by a foul ball, her lawyer said.
How much is the taxpayer on the hook for in this deal?
Don’t expect the new $135 million spring training complex for the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros to be a carbon copy of Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter.
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