Synopsis by Kimber Myers
Sports fans can be a rabid bunch, but the cheering masses that flocked to Baltimore's Memorial Stadium distinguished themselves from the crowd and earned the arena the nickname "The World's Largest Outdoor Insane Asylum." With it's BYOB policy, Memorial Stadium was one of pro sports' most raucous stadiums -- much to the delight of the Colts and Orioles supporters who called it home. This documentary eulogizes the stadium and its denizens, and famous athletes from Johnny Unitas to Cal Ripken share their memories of the famed landmark.
baseball, retrospective, sports history, stadium