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World Series 2016: How do old and new stadiums match up?

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2 3 1 10 11 3 1910's 1920's 1930's 1940's 1950's 1960's 1970's 1980's 1990's 2000's 2010's United States Construction Chart of the week: October 31 st , 2016 Source: JLL Research, MLB World Series 2016: Stadiums by design – how old and new stadiums match up today • Design matters – with the average stadium age today inching past 26 years, ballpark stadium designs need to span decades. • Chicago: Wrigley Field (1914) – Chicago's ballpark design with exposed steel and brick exudes timeless class and intimacy, one of the reason's it's been standing for 102 years! • Cleveland – Progressive Field (1994) – Cleveland's field borrows from classic parks like Chicago's, in a "Retro Modern" design – adding modern amenities to a style perfected over the decades Jewel Box Design (Boston, Chicago) Multipurpose Stadiums (Oakland, Tampa) Rise of the Retro Modern (New York, Washington) Number Major League Baseball Stadiums by Decade Built Cleveland Indians 1994 Chicago Cubs 1914

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