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For Ballpark Design, It Could Be Different in the Future
Picture this. It's Opening Day 2050, and you are at Tomorrow Park cheering on your favorite team against the dreaded Chicago Cubs as they begin yet another championship defense. You peer out toward the giant video board to catch a replay of a dazzling catch, only this isn't one of those steel monoliths. It's a hologram, and when the game's over, it goes away. Sound far-fetched? Well, maybe not with the major role technology is playing in the way ballparks are designed these days. "The market is changing on an almost annual basis, especially with the technology," said Earl Santee, founder of architecture firm Populous. "The technology is actually changing the experiences that folks have at these venues. It's hard to predict." How about an entire facade going electronic?
-Tampa Bay fans, take note: Passion for baseball is greater in Montreal
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-Royals get crafty, develop new bar at Kauffman Stadium
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DID YOU KNOW? TGlobe Life Park, home of the Texas Rangers, contains approximately 1.4 million square feet and the ballpark measures 114 feet from the street to the top of the roof.

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