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Since: 31.3.02
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According to McPaper today, the new Friars stadium is 1/3 done and "on schedule" to open in 2004.

And if you believe that, I have a bridge to sell you.



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I thought it was supposed to have been open in time for this year. Of course, if you believe everything you hear about ballparks the Mets new "Ebbetts Field II" would be open too...
redsoxnation
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Of course the Padres new stadium will be ready for the 2004 season. Its funny though that Padre ownership has no problem with baseball being shut down for the 2003 season though. I wonder if that attitude would continue if the 2004 season and their new stadium was threatened.



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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    Of course the Padres new stadium will be ready for the 2004 season. Its funny though that Padre ownership has no problem with baseball being shut down for the 2003 season though. I wonder if that attitude would continue if the 2004 season and their new stadium was threatened.


I'm sure he wouldn't have been so vocal about it, but if you look at how much he has dumped into the Padres (well over $100 million), $5 million extra won't kill him.
If it wasn't for the damn obstructionist lawyers and NIMBY's here in San Diego, the new stadium would have been done in time for this season. I'm sure they are all waiting for the threatened strike so they can all say, "I told you so!" BASTARDS!!!



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Our ballpark was held up over 16 months due to frivolous lawsuits.

I think the park is on schedule - they wouldn't dare announce it was going to be done early if it really wasn't going to be.



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What's funny is that I've lots of complaints from people who went to Comicon that didn't know about the stadium construction and the nightmares it's causing with traffic down by the convention center. Stupid idiots.



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As far as I can tell, traffic down there was the best that it has ever been. Our convention center is just in a bitch of an area - I mean - the water on one side of it doesn't help with traffic any



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#8 Posted on

Well, I have never driven in SD, any of the four times I went out for the Comicon. Heck, I've never even been to the Zoo or Balboa Park. Just to the Con, the Murph to see the Friars and TJ for the lucha.



You're all so WONDERFUL. Why did they ever have to remove you from the continuity? You'd have made for MARVELOUS stories. You WILL make marvelous stories. And the FIRST story of the new world will be a story of REVENGE! -- The Psycho Pirate, Animal Man 23, May 1990.
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