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SBD/February 7, 2013/Facilities
Could MLB Giants Play One Last Game At Candlestick?
Published February 7, 2013
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN: MLB.com's Paul Post noted the N.Y. Parks & Recreation Department in '11 "launched a $950,000 restoration project" for the John T. Brush Stairway behind the old Polo Grounds, and now the stairway is "scheduled for a 'soft opening' this spring." MLB gave $50,000 to the project, along with "other old Polo Grounds tenants" including the MLB Giants, Yankees, Mets, NFL Jets and NFL Giants (MLB.com, 2/6).