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As for his complaint about the stadium dimensions, I'm with John. The last thing we need is for all ballparks to be symmetrical.
What is truly mind-boggling, especially for an organization like the Yankees that makes such a point of its hallowed championship history, is who they have not deemed worthy of any recognition in Monument Park.
Agreed. What if every regulation golf course had a 7th hole that was exactly 135 yards?
Of course some folks' idea of a perfect golf course is a Putt-Putt.
What would par be on a 135 yard Putt-Putt hole?
The outfield wall would have been the same distance from home plate to center field as down the foul lines (380 feet to all parts of the outfield); in effect, the wall would have formed one-fourth of a true circle.
perfect golf course
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