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Does your beer league need a new dugout that looks like a shipping container with benches and a bat rack? Are you nostalgic towards baseball at Seattle’s Kingdome? Specifically towards the opposing teams? We have a deal for you today. You can get on eBay right now and spend $7,500 for the entire visitor’s dugout from the Kingdome. Seriously, all of it. Yep, you even get those mall benches. You’re officially on your way towards building a MLB franchise.
According to the seller:
This dugout was on the 1st base side in the Kingdome. The visitor dugout consists of five individual sections. Each section is between 13 and 18 feet long and 8 feet high and 7 feet deep. One of the sections has the doorway that lead into the visitor clubhouse. There is also the section that contains the helmet rack, bat racks and phone lines to the bullpen and press box. The tubes that held bats where stolen while this was in storage. It is a common pvc pipe that can be replaced. This section also cont...
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The Seattle Mariners were all over ESPN SportsCenter this weekend. Unfortunately, for the baseball team from the Pacific Northwest, it was for all the wrong reasons. Phillip Humber threw a perfect game Saturday highlighting the White Sox’s three-game sweep of the Mariners. After a competitive series against the Indians, the Mariners did not have a lead on the White Sox until Sunday...
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Anyone in need of a dugout? Well, you can get the best of the best! That’s right, a Major League dugout! The original Seattle Mariners Visitor dugout from the Seattle Kingdome is for sale on Ebay. This is a tobacco chewer’s dream! Absolutely GREAT for spitting!!!
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ON The road again…
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Jason Vargas up tonight. (Photo by Otto Greule...
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Of course baseball does not question any of these types...
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The ninth-inning had plenty of...