Historic stadium becomes clunker graveyard

Bush Stadium Clunkers
Bush Stadium Clunkers - photo from Wired.com

This is not related to basketball but I found it interesting and appalling at the same time, especially since Indianapolis is just a couple hours north of us. From Wired.com: “Bush Stadium in downtown Indianapolis was built in 1931 as a field for Negro and minor-league baseball teams. Today, it’s a historical relic holding hundreds of rusting vehicles traded in under “cash for clunkers,” a spooky memorial to waste.  If you’re a fan of baseball movies, you’ve seen Bush Stadium. It stood in for Comiskey Park in the movie Eight Men Out.”

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