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    Sentences forYankee Stadium (1923)

    • The Giants' public address announcer at MetLife Stadium is Jim Hall, who for years was Bob Sheppard's substitute at Yankee Stadium due to their very similar voices.New York Giants-Wikipedia
    • They continued to dominate by sweeping the Yankees in the newly renovated Yankee Stadium, the first World Series games played in Yankee Stadium since 1964.Cincinnati Reds-Wikipedia
    • The original Yankee Stadium opened in 1923 on 161st Street and River Avenue, a year that saw the Yankees bring home their first of 27 World Series Championships.The Bronx-Wikipedia
    • Yankee Stadium was completed in time for the home opener on April 18, 1923, at which Ruth hit the first home run in what was quickly dubbed "the House that Ruth Built".Babe Ruth-Wikipedia
    • In 1923, the Yankees moved to their new home, Yankee Stadium, which took 11 months to build and cost $2.5 million.New York Yankees-Wikipedia
    • The line entered the pop-consciousness with Game Two of the 1977 World Series, when a fire broke out near Yankee Stadium as the team was playing the Los Angeles Dodgers.The Bronx-Wikipedia

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