• The city of Goodyear, Ariz., has until Thursday to publicly identify where it’s gonna get the $32 million it will cost to bring the Reds to the Cactus League.
  • If the Reds don’t go to Goodyear, they could replace the White Sox in Tucson (I’d like to link to this story, but the Arizona Daily star makes you pay for any story that’s more than a week old).
  • One season soon, the Cubs could play some home games at U.S. Cellular Field while Wrigley gets a face lift.
  • The former owner of the Philadelphia Eagles thinks the Marlins new stadium should be privately financed.

One Response to “Weekend Reading: And now for a game of Musical Stadiums.”

  1. Sarah Green says:

    Here’s an exciting addition to your list, Ward, via Joy of Sox: those lame-ass Coke bottles atop Fenway’s left field wall are history.

    Apparently, some people are feeling nostalgic for them already. Since they were only put up a few years ago, however, that makes about as much sense as getting worked up over that old hideous Hood bottle in right.

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