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Yankee Stadium -- and its enormous HD screen -- opens to the fans Thursday

Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
April 1, 2009
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The New York Yankees annual team workout is April 2, and that's when the organization officially takes the wraps off its 101- by 59-foot HD Diamond Vision scoreboard. Mitsubishi's screen can show 5,925 sq ft of HD and give either one large 1080 image or up to four simultaneously. An 8mm dot pitch means we wouldn't put our noses against it, but from anywhere else in the ballpark the view should be perfect. Congratulations New York, instead of just Mets vs. Yankees beef, this year you'll be tied up in the Mitsubishi vs. Daktronics debate.

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