2008-08-29 / Sports

New Sparkling Baseball Stadiums Begin To Rise


In 2009, baseball fans will soon be entering New York City's two new complexes that will host the New York Yankees and the New York Mets. Shea Stadium (right) will end its 44-year existence as Citi Field officially opens its doors with an exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox on April 3, 2009. In 2009, baseball fans will soon be entering New York City's two new complexes that will host the New York Yankees and the New York Mets. Shea Stadium (right) will end its 44-year existence as Citi Field officially opens its doors with an exhibition game against the Boston Red Sox on April 3, 2009. The legendary Yankee Stadium (right) will shut its doors after 85 years as the Yankees move across the street. The new 800-million dollar baseball stadium, also to be called Yankee Stadium, will also open on April 16, 2009 with a series against the Cleveland Indians. The legendary Yankee Stadium (right) will shut its doors after 85 years as the Yankees move across the street. The new 800-million dollar baseball stadium, also to be called Yankee Stadium, will also open on April 16, 2009 with a series against the Cleveland Indians.

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