Stadium Tribute Strikes Out

Sep 23, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Sunday night marked the final night of game play at Yankee Stadium, and the closing ceremony, televised by ESPN and the YES Network, left much to be desired, the New York Times says. The historic moment “should have strived to do more than tweak the traditional Old-Timers’ Day formula,” the newspaper says, pointing to the familiar parade of Hall of Famers and a group of team employees dressed as deceased iconic figures from the team’s past. A notable missing person: former Yankee manager Joe Torre, who now heads the Los Angeles Dodgers.
—Sergio Ibarra


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