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April 14, 2005

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Robin

A group of us at work spent half an hour playing with the maps yesterday afternoon. Reminded me of when terraserver first came online.

Geoff

Sweet. Here is the Diamond at Lake Elsinore:

http://tinyurl.com/3tcb8

Somebody needs to do this for the Cal League. Hmmm, I feel a project coming on...

My Brilliant Mistakes

I realize the Pirates aren't very good these days, but did you have to add insult by linking to Milwaukee instead of Pittsburgh?

The right link is http://maps.google.com/maps?q=pittsburgh&ll=43.028212,-87.970877&spn=0.040598,0.063343&t=k&hl=en

It's a nice, clear shot of both PNC Park and Heinz Field -- both great places to watch games. Right now the parking area between the parks is full of Cirque du Soleil tents -- also great to watch, now that I think about it.

Jeff

Thanks for pointing this out, Cindy. I have fixed it. The relink thing is quite tricky; I assure you I wouldn't confuse the two cities.

Geoff, sounds like you just planned my afternoon.

stick in the mud

very impressive use of the official stadium names. if you knew these all off the dome, you are quite possibly the most american of all bloggers, demonstrating equal knowldedge of both the national pastime and capitalism run wild. except for picking the royals last. for shame.

Jeff

Stick, I had no idea some of the stadiums had changed names. For accuracy of reporting, I used mlb.com.

As for the Royals, what can I say? They have a nice stadium.

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