Governor William Donald Schaefer with wrecking ball knocking down buildings to build new baseball stadium. Long shot of men in suits and hard hats in front of a building with a banner with an illustration of a baseball catcher with a huge catcher’s glove. A white wrecking ball is suspended next to it. Camera zooms in on the catcher as the wrecking ball begins to move and crashes into the wall next to the image. Medium shot of an older man in a suit and hard hat controlling the wrecking ball from the yellow crane. Medium close up of the catcher picture (the target for the ball) as the wrecking ball hits the wall next to it even further away than before.
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