Will Nationals Park Favor Hitters Or Pitchers? - Sports News St...
#1 Mar 26, 2008
There is no doubt that Nationals park is one of the most luxurious and state of the art ballparks in the modern era. The nationals new home will offer many extensive suites that indeed, favor the die hard fans. But when the fans and their wallets head out to Washington D.C.'s new landmark, what type of game will they see. Will they see a game that favors hitters, such as those found at Coors Field, or pitchers, such as those found at AT@T Park and RFK stadium? I know I would favor a game that offers great action in both the pitching and offensive departments, as well as a warm and exciting atmosphere. Will it be a launching pad, or will it be friendly to pitchers? Only time will tell!
#2 Mar 26, 2008
Will ANY tickets be available to the "common man" for the Orioles spring training game?
#3 Apr 6, 2008
You want to draw families. Bring back the old "Knot Hole Club", which was sponsored by the Old Evening Star, from the early days baseball at the then-called DC Stadium.
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