The community has protested the decision, and the city claims to have heard our voices. After destroying this Inner Harbor icon, they plan to put in new courts in the Cherry Hill area. This will be a poor substitute for Rash Field. The courts there are in a prime location; it's a beautiful place to play and is enjoyed by both players and spectators sitting on the bleachers or relaxing on Federal Hill. Visiting tourists frequently watch the games, allowing them to feel like they have connected with Baltimore. Rather than hiding the courts in the inner city, Baltimore officials should be drawing the tourists to the volleyball courts. What better way to get a positive experience about the city than to watch young people on a warm summer day play beach volleyball? Instead, the city wishes to banish the courts to a part of the city away from the eyes of tourists, away from where young professionals live, away from the businesses they frequent and away from the courts' current harbor location.