Born again at the old Yankee Stadium
Kudos to Heritage Field, where 'The House That Ruth Built' still finds a use
What do you do with an old baseball stadium? The best solution, of course, is to simply maintain and update it so teams can continue playing there year after year, and century after century, as the Red Sox have done with Fenway Park.
A worse solution is to tear down the stadium and pave over the field for a parking lot, as was the case with the old Comiskey Park in Chicago. Or turn it into a shopping mall, such as they did to Minnesota's old Metropolitan Stadium.
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