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Engineers must first spend several days setting up each stadium that will use the system.
The district has also spent more than $100 million in recent years upgrading and creating fields and stadiums with bond money.
So while stadiums might have been quiet on opening day, in 2020, social media certainly wasn’t.
According to a collection of stadium profiles at Clem’s Baseball, most fans were never more than 60 feet above the playing surface at the old Tiger Stadium in Detroit.
The idea is to stand up a temporary 15,000-seat stadium immediately on the parking lot while everything else is cooking.
Mithridates discharged an arrow from the angle of the roof, and supposed that it fell a little beyond the distance of a stadium.
It was a quadrangular pyramid of baked brick, a stadium in height, and each of the sides a stadium in length.
For the river, which is a stadium in breadth, flows through the middle of the city, and the garden is on the side of the river.
One of the servants and flatterers of Agathocles, whose name was Philo, came out to the stadium still flustered with wine.
As soon as they had got the king, the Macedonians placed him on a horse and conducted him to the stadium.

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