Inside The Sporting Stadiums And Arenas

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asked Nov 20, 2012 in Sport & Fitness by Simon Hank (268 points)
Some great shots of inside the large sporting arenas and stadiums would be great, thanks.

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The inaugural game in the new Busch Stadium (Busch III).  Game between two minor-league teams, so the stadium employees could get some practice before major league teams started playing.  Notice some of the seating areas hadn't been completed yet.The inaugural game in the new Busch Stadium (Busch III).  Game between two minor-league teams, so the stadium employees could get some practice before major league teams started playing.  Notice some of the seating areas hadn't been completed yet.

commented Jan 11, 2013 by Roach (151 points)
I love the atmosphere at games like this, I wish I could afford to go to more games with a big crowd. Thanks for the great share.
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answered Nov 23, 2012 by mozomizi (134 points)

stadium

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phillies baseball stadium

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answered Dec 1, 2012 by doogieh78 (226 points)
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Busch Stadium II, not long before it was torn down.  Home of the St. Louis Cardinals.Busch Stadium II, not long before it was torn down.  Home of the St. Louis Cardinals.

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answered Dec 1, 2012 by doogieh78 (226 points)
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This is what the Colliseum in Oakland looks like, from the nosebleed seats (the nosebleediest).This is what the Colliseum in Oakland looks like, from the nosebleed seats (the nosebleediest).

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answered Dec 1, 2012 by doogieh78 (226 points)
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If you were a San Francisco Giant, and it was your turn to bat next, this is the view you would have.  If you happened to be playing during the offseason, when there were no fans and no other players.  And not even any dirt around the bases.  And an utter lack of a pitcher's mound.  This is what you'd see.  AT&T Park.If you were a San Francisco Giant, and it was your turn to bat next, this is the view you would have.  If you happened to be playing during the offseason, when there were no fans and no other players.  And not even any dirt around the bases.  And an utter lack of a pitcher's mound.  This is what you'd see.  AT&T Park.

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answered Dec 1, 2012 by doogieh78 (226 points)
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It's heresy for a Cards fan to say this, but Wrigley Field is the best stadium I've ever been in.  In this picture you can see the ivy-covered outfield wall, the bleachers, the fans sitting on the rooftops of the buildings across the street from the stadium, and an insulting sign to San Francisco fans.It's heresy for a Cards fan to say this, but Wrigley Field is the best stadium I've ever been in.  In this picture you can see the ivy-covered outfield wall, the bleachers, the fans sitting on the rooftops of the buildings across the street from the stadium, and an insulting sign to San Francisco fans.

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answered Dec 31, 2012 by Fabio Bielli (493 points)
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Palermo soccer stadium at the end of the match!

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