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Picking through Shea's rubble

Originally Published: June 11, 2009
By Paul Lukas | Page 2

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. -- Stadium demolition used to be simple: You'd rig the place with explosives, flick the switch and that was that.

But now, thanks to the memorabilia market, stadiums have an afterlife. Case in point: Shea Stadium was demolished over the winter, with the final piece coming down several months ago. But out in a nondescript warehouse in New Jersey, some pieces of Shea still survive.

The warehouse belongs to the Meigray Group, a memorabilia company that's ...

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