Commentary: D.C. baseball stadium to have its limits

05/16/2006 | Christian Science Monitor, The

The new baseball stadium being built near Washington, D.C., says much about our culture -- for better or worse, one writer says. Though the stadium will have 41,000 seats, it will have a mere 1,225 parking spaces, hence the stadium is not so much for middle-class, minivan-driving suburban families, but more for "urban yuppies and the K Street lobbyist," the writer says.

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