Clipping:Wire fence at Ridgewood
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|Date||Monday, May 13, 1889|
But few improvements will be made on the ball grounds at Ridgewood this season, other than to put up a wire fence around the outfield to keep the crowd off the diamond. Manager Wallace says that only a part of the ball ground belongs to the Ridgewood Exhibition Company, and that the lease for that part which does not belong to them will run out next season. In case it can be renewed, then the grounds will be reconstructed. The grand stand will be moved to the other side of the field, and the whole ground surrounded with free seats.
|Source||New York Sun|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|