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The Hall is susceptible to the vagaries of induction weekend. Its attendance has been falling steadily since 2007,
Fans played catch on the grassland that was so packed six years ago — when at least 75,000 attended the inductions of Cal Ripken and Tony Gwynn — that fans watched from distant hillsides as if they were faraway bleachers.
The Hall is susceptible to the vagaries of induction weekend. Its attendance has been falling steadily since 2007, when 36,993 of its 352,119 guests came from Friday to Monday of that weekend.
Cool. So we can get The Village People to cover "Ghost Town" and we'll be set.
They don't charge for their biggest draw?!
Then I guess that explains Jane Clark's comments at the ceremony yesterday, when she introduced the former players in attendance as "living legends because they define character, integrity (and) sportsmanship, all within incredible baseball careers." I'm sure she was thinking of getting rid of the character clause when she said that, just in order to boost attendance.
when she introduced the former players in attendance as "living legends because they define character, integrity (and) sportsmanship, all within incredible baseball careers."
Whatever happened to individual responsibility?
No, you shouldn't go to something if you don't think it will be safe for you to be there.
The county fair here has to hire police to provide security.
Has anyone ever been restricted by the' character clause' for being an #######? Unsportsmanlike? A liar? A cheater? A racist?
You don't have a phone? If your safety is so important to you I'd think you'd be capable of doing the barest of due diligence.
At a minimum don't wear that low cut dress Yankees hat.
The easiest first step for charging would be to have a "reserved seating" area while keeping standing room free. Include admission to the museum as part of reserved seating.
So in order to show that they don't need any I have to prove that they didn't have any?
Here's a thought for your necrology section: The Baseball Hall of Fame will be in Cooperstown long after Barry Bonds and everyone posting here today is pushing up daisies.
Everyone should just go to the Boxing Hall of Fame instead! It's not far away!
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