New York. "The House That Ruth Built" - after Babe Ruth
Washington D.C. -- Home of the Washington Nationals
Located at E. 161st St & River Ave in the Bronx, NY. Often referred to as the "House that Ruth Built". A new stadium is being built in the adjacent parking lot and is scheduled to open in 2009. The current stadium will be demolished and become a park.
In Punjab, Pakistan. Was first used for Test cricket on 17th October 1996
Director: Steven Spielberg
Stadium was previously called Edison International Field of Anaheim
Olympics - 1 Gold, 1 Silver Medal. World Championships - 2 Gold Medals
San Diego, California -- Home of the San Diego Chargers
Have won the European Cup now Champions League a record 9 times. Present Spanish champions. Former players include Luis Figo who also played for Barcelona and arguably the world's most recognised football player of recent times David Beckham. The current English manager Fabio Capello used to manage the club.
Mammoth ivory, c. 28,000 BC; Ulmer Museum, Ulm
1974; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
In Chittagong, Bangladesh. Was first used for Test cricket on 15th November 2001
Cleveland, Ohio -- traditionally a specific reference to the bleacher section in the east end zone, but also used for the stadium as a whole
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Sony, 1986
Marshall University -- Huntington, West Virginia