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Dennis Smith

This kind of problem was also prevalent in nearly all stadiums and arenas built previous to the 1960's when tickets were often sold with an "obstructed view". When it was built, Dodger Stadium's cantilever construction was lauded for allowing all fans an obstructed view of the playing field, a design feature that was incorporated into nearly every stadium built in the following years. Sojourns made as an adult to Fenway, Yankee Stadium and Comiskey Park confirmed that this problem was widespread. At Wrigley, I think, they mount TV monitors on the back of the column so the fan can see the obstructed view.

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