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Mar
09

Citi Field Flushes Away the Competition


New stadiums, concerned about the possibility of issues with their plumbing system, run tests to see if the system can handle having every single toilet flush simultaneously. Citi Field is no exception, especially considering it resides in Flushing, Queens…So, Uni Watch’s Paul Lukas managed to score an invitation to this special event, and blogged all about it. Along the way he scored some awesome photos of the as-yet unopened stadium that only whet my appetite for when I can afford to go see a game in late 2015.

Check out Uni Watch for the full story and plenty more pictures, but here are a couple of my favorites, starting with the NYC skyline that used to grace the Shea Stadium scoreboard that now rests atop a concession stand.

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[Uni Watch]


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