Well, let's play fair. We can't assume they're not true fans, they just clearly have different designs on what constitutes a pro sports experience. But that doesn't mean they're not Yankee fans, otherwise there wouldn't be this kind of a market, no? Just saying.NYC really isn't the only city where everything is more expensive. Problem is that apperantly alot of the money is going to the corporate suites, which the real fans don't benefit from.
Well, this is what George and most Yankee fans wanted, an homage to what was. I guess they'll leave innovation in form to the Devil Rays. It's not as if the Yankees organization or the Yankee fans are considered cutting edge!And the stadium looks like it's designed by friggin' Albert Speer, I really don't like the neoclassical design.
Maybe my last statement is the real factor: This is the Yankees organization, after all. Their current modus operandi is buy established/fading talent at outlandish prices and assume the starpower will equate to post-season success. Maybe that same cockiness translated into the bidding for contractors? After all, this is the wealthiest (or top 3, at least) sports franchises in the US.And the thing doesn't even have a roof! For that money, they could've build something much more innovative. But I guess Ballparks tend to be kinda boring in general...
And as for your note on form, there truly is only so much you can do with a baseball stadium, especially given the confines of the site and the demands for modern concourses.
To us, perhaps, but apparently not to the future owners.Too clasical and way to expensive