As evidenced by all the kvetching on talk radio and in letters to the editor, opposition to public funding for a new downtown baseball stadium appears widespread and vocal. The basic premise is hard for many to support: Rich owners want a public subsidy to build a new facility to help pay for rich players, who play in front of fans who, increasingly, are either relatively rich or get free tickets from work -- or from somebody else's work, or from their uncle or a neighbor. With infield loge seats going for 34 bucks, fewer and fewer fans are paying out of... More >>>