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Nationals Park - Washington, DC
Sports Architects Shape Ballpark Experience
They sit across a wide table from each other in a glass-walled conference room, the two men with graying hair trading barbs just as breezily as they trade praise. "We're sort of an 'Odd Couple' kind of thing," Joe Spear muses during a break in the banter, scratching at his goatee. "But we do think surprisingly alike." "Scary thought," replies Earl Santee, leaning back in his chair. Over nearly three decades, the two men have built Kansas City-based Populous from an offshoot of design firm HOK into the pre-eminent sports architecture company in the country. They've designed everything from Olympic buildings to minor league ballparks, in the process doing as much to shape the fan experience as any athlete or owner.
-2nd video board set to enhance Great American Ball Park
-Royals get crafty, develop new bar at Kauffman Stadium
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DID YOU KNOW? Did you know that the city of Cincinnati has hosted the MLB All-Star Game four times. Crosley Field hosted the game twice in 1938 and 1953 and Riverfront Stadium in 1970 and 1988.

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Last Stages of Demolition at Candlestick Park, former home of the San Francisco Giants
 

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