Over the years, in San Diego’s bustling Gaslamp Quarter, countless businesses have come and gone. Restaurants, bars and nightclubs crowd the streets, so there always seems to be some construction or renovation taking place.
In professional baseball, over the decades, headlines have come and gone concerning a variety of scandals.
A temporary wall surrounds some current construction activity in the Gaslamp. The wall features a collage of images depicting baseball’s history of scandals. The two themes that I noted are gambling and doping. There is particular emphasis on the Black Sox Scandal of 1919.
I took some photos a week or so ago…
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