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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Thursday To-Do: Buy nostalgia from Ray Winder Field

Posted By on Wed, Nov 7, 2007 at 11:12 PM

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Starting 10 this morning, everything, save the grandstand and stadium seats, is for sale at Ray Winder Field. Lots of tantalizing stuff, I'm sure. This report makes mention of Zima beer signs! Wooden cup holders! Uncomfortable folding chairs from the 1940s! Astro-turf from Busch Stadium!

You better get there early if you're thinking of walking away with the trough urinal. It's just what I've been after for my guest bedroom.

The sale continues until 4 p.m., then again from 10-4 on Fri. and 9-4 on Sat. and Sun.

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