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Old 05-29-2003, 03:52 PM   #1
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New Philly Ballpark?

Has anyone completed a ballpark for OOTP based ont he new ballpark in Philadelphia?
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Old 05-30-2003, 12:41 PM   #2
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Here's a picture. Add the coordinates yourself.

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Where did you find this pic? I would prefer to have this type of pics for all current stadiums.
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Here are the coordinates for the park:

Seating capactiy: 43,000
Right Field 330' 13'3"
Right Field Power Alley 369' 13'3"
Straight Away Center 401' 6'
Left Field Power Alley 369' 8'
Left Field 329' 8'
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Old 06-02-2003, 10:17 AM   #5
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Where did you find this pic? I would prefer to have this type of pics for all current stadiums.
It's from the Phillies web site. Look for links concerning the new stadium.
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Is it me or am I noticing that a lot of the new stadiums look very similar
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I think they are copying off of the one and only GABP.
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Well, Cincinnati, and Philadelphia both used two architects for their ballparks, and one of them was the same.

Cincinnati's architects:
HOK Sport (Kansas City); GBBN Architects (Cincinnati)


Philadelphia's architects:
Ewing Cole Cherry Brott (Philadelphia) and HOK Sport (Kansas City
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it seems like new ballparks are using the same left field porch. Look at PNC, Petco Park, GABP, and the new Phillies stadium.
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The "Phillies" over the scoreboard reminds me of Cleveland.
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Is it me or am I noticing that a lot of the new stadiums look very similar
The dirty secret is that major league baseball has been building cookie cutter ballparks since 1992. They're just made from better cookies than the 1970s ballparks.
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