10 most intimidating stadiums

The ballpark sits almost directly in the middle of Dallas and Fort Worth, next to a Six Flags. Rangers fans must exist in those towns around Dallas, in Grapevine or Garland, Flower Mound or Frisco, but they don't really parade that fact, so we’re just going to guess that they’re tolerable.I spent my elementary years in Dallas during the glory days of Ruben Sierra and Juan Gonzalez and old Nolan Ryan punching young people in the face. Potentially the only solution to fill those, on average, 20k empty seats a game would be to dress the Rangers up as the Dallas Cowboys and make them hit footballs. The fans are there to kind of watch a game, I guess, but mostly to get some sun (stop being so infuriatingly sunny, Denver), drink some beers, smoke grass, and talk about Dante Bichette. Whether or not he thinks the Broncos will make the playoffs this year with no proven quarterback. And the smart bet, for him, and the average person sitting in the Rockpile, is hell no. Going to a game at Coors Field is like going to a game at a very large minor-league ballpark. That 1995 season when he almost had the Triple Crown.

Until the NFL took over one concussion at a time, baseball reigned as America's national pastime. If you take a look at the state of American culture, one might argue that the REAL pastime is pissing each other off, and MAN are baseball fans good at that! An entire stadium filled with parents who grew up outside of Philadelphia but moved to El Cajon for work, looking to keep their elementary-aged sons occupied for three to four hours until they’re legally allowed to make them sleep, plus 20-ish guys who've remained lifelong Padres fans because they personally met Tony Gwynn, and retirees who literally have nothing better to do.Twins fans are a model of the on-the-surface Midwestern affability mixed with deeply buried resentments that permeates so much of the local culture, except in this case, instead of a once-beautiful marriage now gone cold and loveless between two Swedish Lutherans, it's a cold and distant union with Joe Mauer and the

Until the NFL took over one concussion at a time, baseball reigned as America's national pastime. If you take a look at the state of American culture, one might argue that the REAL pastime is pissing each other off, and MAN are baseball fans good at that! An entire stadium filled with parents who grew up outside of Philadelphia but moved to El Cajon for work, looking to keep their elementary-aged sons occupied for three to four hours until they’re legally allowed to make them sleep, plus 20-ish guys who've remained lifelong Padres fans because they personally met Tony Gwynn, and retirees who literally have nothing better to do.

Twins fans are a model of the on-the-surface Midwestern affability mixed with deeply buried resentments that permeates so much of the local culture, except in this case, instead of a once-beautiful marriage now gone cold and loveless between two Swedish Lutherans, it's a cold and distant union with Joe Mauer and the $1.5 billion (estimated) left on his contract.

At least with the Metrodome it felt like the fanbase had a little something to pin its collective identity to -- granted that "something" involved a cold and unfeeling dome replete with cheering for bad turf bounces and balls lost in the lights, but it was something!

One of the most intimidating goalkeepers in the Premier League is David de Gea.

The Spaniard has, on numerous occasions, proved to be Manchester United’s edge in defence.

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Until the NFL took over one concussion at a time, baseball reigned as America's national pastime. If you take a look at the state of American culture, one might argue that the REAL pastime is pissing each other off, and MAN are baseball fans good at that! An entire stadium filled with parents who grew up outside of Philadelphia but moved to El Cajon for work, looking to keep their elementary-aged sons occupied for three to four hours until they’re legally allowed to make them sleep, plus 20-ish guys who've remained lifelong Padres fans because they personally met Tony Gwynn, and retirees who literally have nothing better to do.Twins fans are a model of the on-the-surface Midwestern affability mixed with deeply buried resentments that permeates so much of the local culture, except in this case, instead of a once-beautiful marriage now gone cold and loveless between two Swedish Lutherans, it's a cold and distant union with Joe Mauer and the $1.5 billion (estimated) left on his contract.At least with the Metrodome it felt like the fanbase had a little something to pin its collective identity to -- granted that "something" involved a cold and unfeeling dome replete with cheering for bad turf bounces and balls lost in the lights, but it was something!One of the most intimidating goalkeepers in the Premier League is David de Gea.The Spaniard has, on numerous occasions, proved to be Manchester United’s edge in defence.

.5 billion (estimated) left on his contract.At least with the Metrodome it felt like the fanbase had a little something to pin its collective identity to -- granted that "something" involved a cold and unfeeling dome replete with cheering for bad turf bounces and balls lost in the lights, but it was something!One of the most intimidating goalkeepers in the Premier League is David de Gea.The Spaniard has, on numerous occasions, proved to be Manchester United’s edge in defence.

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