Special Sub-Topic: Baseball Parks: 2003
|Which baseball team played in the same stadium as the NFL Dolphins?|
Marlins. Both the Marlins and the Dolphins played in Pro-Players Stadium.
|Which team played in a park that had a giant slide called the "Guzler"?|
Giants. The slide was part of a giant Coke bottle.
|Which one of these parks did NOT have a section missing from the outfield bleachers?|
Veterans Stadium. In both Yankee Stadium and Pac Bell Park, there was an empty section between the outfield bleachers, and in Edison Field there is a fountain w/fake rocks. Veterans was demolished in 2004.
|The Mets played in Shea Stadium?|
|Yankee Stadium had only 89 and 1/2 feet between bases?|
F. All parks have a standard 90 feet between bases.
|How many baseball stadiums in California were also shared with football teams in 2003?|
2. Qualcomm in San Diego was shared with the Chargers, and Network Associates Coliseum was shared with the Raiders.
|Which stadium was the oldest one still in use in 2003, and had not seen a World Series title since 1918?|
Fenway Park. Home of the Boston Redsox.
|Which of these ballparks was right next to McCovey Cove?|
Pac Bell Park. Named after Giant's star Willie McCovey. The cove is just beyond right field.
|Which stadium had a pool near right-center field?|
Bank One Ballpark. Balls had actually been hit into the pool.
|Which team has never moved cities before?|
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