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Yankee Stadium Poses More Problems Than Just Empty Seats

Published by on April 23, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

So the balls have been flying out Hank and Hal's Coliseum of the tune to one HR every other batter. 26 Homers overall in 6 games played.

I know it's still early in the Stadium's life, but when Derek Jeter hits a dinger over the center field fence you know something is up.

Right now Yankee Stadium is playing like Coors Field (Colorado), Citizens Bank Ballpark (Philly) and The Ballpark at Arlington (Texas) all rolled into one.  Teams in those stadiums have something in common: they have high ERA's.

Add into this a row of seats directly behind the wall; remember, the old Yankee Stadium had an aisle put in after Jefferey Maier's interference in 1996.  This prevented fans in right field from reachin...

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