|Baseball field, seen from afar. Home plate is to the right.|
|The baseball field, obviously, is in the top of this shot. Its death sentence, the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge, is in the bottom right. Map from Bing.|
|Another shot of the torn up field, bases removed, dirt piled nearby.|
|Concession stand and announcers booth, now abandoned.|
|Even parks built on graveyards have rules. Please recycle...|
|The nearby park bench was covered in pennies. I don't know why.|
|A marker on the edge of the park notes the history of the area. It seems rather strange that the history had been overlooked.|
|The lonely marker was dressed up recently. Note the flags, benches, and trash can. The future of the area is now unclear.|
|The remains of pilings for the ramp that lead to the Big Four. The replacement ramp is visible, curving to the left in this photo.|
It isn't clear what will be done with the land now. It could of course be put back into usable shape, returning to its old use as a ball field. It seems unlikely that a building will be placed on the site. Only time will tell.
|Decaying Cardinal sign mounted on the fence surrounding the field.|
|Back on the concession stand, restrooms visible.|
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