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L. Jon Wertheim
April 19, 1999
Baseball fans will be shelling peanut! and spilling beer in a new ballpark by season's end, with four more to come next year. Keep track of the new fields and old ones alike on these sites, which match up the corporate names with their cities and give a rundown of the perks at each park.
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April 19, 1999

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Baseball fans will be shelling peanut! and spilling beer in a new ballpark by season's end, with four more to come next year. Keep track of the new fields and old ones alike on these sites, which match up the corporate names with their cities and give a rundown of the perks at each park.

•www.ballparks.com
This cyberguide to parks past, present and future—run by fans Paul Munsey and Cory Suppes—features striking photos and histories of all current arenas and links to their sites, plus nostalgic glimpses at meccas like Ebbets, Comiskey and Crosley.

•www.hok.com/sport/portfolio/ballpark/ballpark.html
HOK Sport, the architectural firm responsible for Jacobs, Camden and Coors (above), is at work on new pads for the Astros, Giants and Tigers. Check out plans for HOK's new sites in the on-line design portfolio.

•www.intelihealth.com
Before biting into that ballpark dog, consult Johns Hopkins Health Information for a culinary scouting report. There's a lineup of the healthiest food options around the majors—try the three-bean salad in Anaheim—plus a nutritional breakdown of the most popular snacks at each park.

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sites we'd like to see

•www.we'll-sit-next.com
Chat room where WNBA players can practice fiery speeches for looming labor strife.

•www.gunnin'-young'uns.com
Up-to-the-minute listing of teenagers who have declared themselves NBA draft-ready.

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