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Minute Maid Park (2011-28)


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Minute Maid Park

Houston, Texas

Major League Baseball presented its 75th All-Star Game here in July 2004.  The Americans prevailed, 9-4, scoring a surprising six runs in the first inning.  Originally The Ballpark at Union Station, paying homage to the vintage railroad depot located on this site, the retractable roof, natural grass field facility opened in spring 2000.  Enron purchased initial naming rights, which went to Minute Maid two years later after the energy and financial trading company went bankrupt.  Visible in deep center field Tal's Hill, a 30-degree incline reminiscent of the terrace in old Crosley Field in Cincinnati.  Another unique feature is a 19th-century replica locomotive that chugs back and forth along 800 feet of track above left field.

Unused 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" standard size postcard from an original photo courtesy of the Gelsingers, La Crescenta, CA.

Produced by Vic Pallos, Glendale, California

Limited production of only six postcards.

Postcards produced as a hobby.....not mainly for commercial sales.

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