Yankee stadium

Flags fly at half staff over New York's Yankee Stadium on Aug. 17, 1948, in honor of the player who put it on the map — Babe Ruth,  who had died the previous day. The House That Ruth Built is now in its last year of play, with a new ballpark set to open across the street. Tours of the old park are being offered to the public through at least Sept. 19. Advance tickets are required: Go to <a href="http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=nyy"target=new>yankees.com</a>. The tours are offered seven days a week, but note there are many exceptions.
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Flags fly at half staff over New York's Yankee Stadium on Aug. 17, 1948, in honor of the player who put it on the map — Babe Ruth, who had died the previous day. The House That Ruth Built is now in its last year of play, with a new ballpark set to open across the street. Tours of the old park are being offered to the public through at least Sept. 19. Advance tickets are required: Go to yankees.com. The tours are offered seven days a week, but note there are many exceptions.

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