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Volume 23 No. 40
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Closing Shot: Home Away From Home

The Blue Jays playing in Buffalo isn’t the first time a team has found refuge at another ballpark. From decaying stadiums and political conventions to earthquakes, other clubs have been able to relate.
When a giant piece of concrete and steel fell in the upper deck at Yankee Stadium in 1998, the team had to move to Shea Stadium, home of the New York Mets, for an April 15 game against the Angels. Darryl Strawberry — the career home run leader both for the Mets and at Shea Stadium — went deep ...

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