In 1960, the final season before expansion, the average MLB ballpark was 37.3 years old. In 1977, the final season of the expansion wave, the average age sat at just 20.8 years: a drop of 16.5 years of age—nearly one year per season.Continue reading at Beyond the Box Score...
04 January 2011
Stadium Boom Amounts to Fountain of Youth for MLB Parks (@ BtB)
This is the Part I of my two-part visualization of ballpark construction in MLB and the NFL. The NFL post will be strictly Rational Pastime property. For now, however, enjoy:
by JD Mathewson