Baseball in Vancouver? You bet, and we take our adventures to the one hundred year old ballpark of Nat Baily Stadium for opening day of the 2007 Vancouver Canadians baseball season. They’ve renovated since the last time we’ve been to a game, so we give you our thoughts and some sounds to the start of this year.
- Vancouver Canadians
- Rebecca’s posts about opening day and follow-up
- Critical Mass – here comes the summer
- Folk Implosion – free to go
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3 Replies to “RZ#135 – Vancouver Canadians; Opening Day at Nat Baily Stadium”
Thanks for playing us!
Critical Mass, Prince George, BC
Soooo…you didn’t solve the biggest mystery for me! Do the men’s johns still have a trough?? Only REAL stadiums have troughs…when they start putting in urinals that you actually have to aim at (after several pints of beer)…well, thats just unfair.
No troughs anymore – the whole place has been renovated and improved. It looks a million bucks.
Or five million, to be more precise.
Read more about the Vancouver Canadians at Notes From The Nat – the C’s unofficial blog!
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