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MLB Stadium Tour – American League

Thursday, 28th July 2011 by

With Major League Baseball having recently paused for its mid-season All Star Game break, this is the first of a two-part tour of stadiums across North America, focusing on somewhat fanciful features in recently constructed ballparks. We begin with the American League and Comerica Park in Detroit. In an effort to attract families, this park features both a carousel, visible in the north-west corner of the stadium grounds, and a…

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