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PHILLIES PUT IN LONG AWAITED NEW TURF
Published April 25, 1995
The artificial turf at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, "called the worst" by many in baseball and football, has been replaced by "something bright and shiny and new." The project cost the city $1.85M to complete. The Turf was made by AstroTurf in Dalton, GA (Michael Bamberger, PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 4/25).