Hilarious One-Star Yelp Reviews of Every MLB Stadium
So much for baseball being the great unifier that brings people together. That title now belongs to Yelp, where anyone can sound off on what they hate the most about anywhere they're a paying customer.
This includes all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums. And the online fury comes their way in the form of hilarious one-star Yelp reviews.
The funniest reviews are a rabbit hole of overpriced beer, cruel ushers, awful teams, bad hot dogs and altogether forgettable experiences. Enjoy.
Angel Stadium: 'It Just Needs to Be Torn Down'
Team: Los Angeles Angels
Location: Anaheim, California
Bottom Line: Angel Stadium
"Crapoy stadium. Even reports of vermon [sic] consuming there [sic] food stands were documented. The view sucks from most angles and it just needa to be torn down and built from scratch with a good maintenance company. Plus the angels suck." — Johnny W. (2019)
While our views of what "maintenance" companies do differ, it might not be a terrible idea to start thinking about building a new stadium after 50-plus years.
There are some good memories in this old ballpark, though, including the 2002 World Series title.
Busch Stadium: 'Very Stingy on Topping Ratio'
Team: St. Louis Cardinals
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Bottom Line: Busch Stadium
"Four Hands Nachos have really gone downhill this season. At section 135 Double Play Tap And Grill, they sell 4 hands nachos and Jose Cuervo Margaritas on tap. While the margarita was good there was way too much ice. Very inconsistent ice fill between customers. Mine happened to be all ice with very little product. We ordered the four hands nachos and they have changed the chips since last year from a nice thin corn chip to circular Tostitos that tasted either worse or stale to me. We added chicken which was flavorless, like they did not season it in the least and was not worth the $4.50 upgrade. The container is no longer the home plate box, but a flimsy plastic bowl. I think it was smaller quantity and the flimsy plastic made in harder to share the nachos which is what my husband and I have done in previous seasons. Less white Queso, less sour cream, less toppings in general. Very stingy on topping ratio compared to last season. Checked website and food photo is not updated to reflect current sad state of four hands nachos. $16.50 for nachos I would expect more." — Jennifer S. (2017)
How do you know you’re deep in the nacho game? You break down a bowl of nachos like an MLB scouting report. The shape of the chips. The dexterity of the container. The toppings.
As stadium construction costs continue to skyrocket, the $365 million paid to build Busch Stadium in 2004 seems like a steal.
Chase Field: 'How About Turning on the AC?'
Team: Arizona Diamondbacks
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Bottom Line: Chase Field
"How about turning on the AC?? I paid a lot of money for my tickets and it was awful!!!!" — Laura L. (2018)
Phoenix is the hottest city in the United States, by far, with temperatures during the baseball season averaging around 99 degrees. So even with a retractable roof, you’re going to have to sweat it out.
Chase Field’s claim is that the temperature drops 30 degrees when they shut the roof. Either way, dress cool.
Citi Field: 'Thanks for Making Me Hate Baseball'
Team: New York Mets
Location: Queens, New York
Bottom Line: Citi Field
"Never should have knocked down shea. You got rid of a historical landmark for a wiffleball feild and a few other crappy gimmicks. If you wanted to add those so bad you could have just got rid of a few thousand seats at shea, it's not like anyone was sitting in them anyway. Also building the new stadium was a missed opprotunity [sic] to pull the outfeild [sic] fence in 100 feet so the Mets could actually win some games. I know someone who can get me free tickets and I still refuse to go. Thanks for making me hate baseball and ruining my childhood. LETS GO METS!!!" — Mike M. (2018)
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This reminder is for people who call Shea Stadium a historical landmark.
Sure, Citi Field distances to left field (335 feet), center field (408 feet) and right field (330 feet) are right at major league averages. That doesn’t make up for ruining your childhood.
Citizens Bank Park: 'She Took His Money'
Team: Philadelphia Phillies
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Bottom Line: Citizens Bank Park
"Today at the game my 10 year old son and his friends went to the concession stand to buy a drink. When he paid the lady at the stand told him they did not have any change so She took his money and from the other kids. She kept the change ffom [sic] all the children and told them to move on. She took advantage of all the children and now the Phillies will not get back to me thanks for a great day at the park." — Carmine A. (2015)
Insert joke about the Phillies stealing money from small children to put together Bryce Harper’s $330 million contract here.
Our advice: Next time, just hit the Tastykakes, which has a store in Citizens Bank Park and really is delicious.
Comerica Park: 'Nothing But Drunks'
Team: Detroit Tigers
Location: Detroit, Michigan
Bottom Line: Comerica Park
"We been to Comerica Park at least 7 games a year and last night game against the Angels was the worst. My husband and I took our 5 year old son and 8 year old daughter and there were nothing but DRUNKS there. It was a LONG game that did not end to 11:30 so I realize the Tiger organization can not control that. However, if you can't take your kids out to a game on a Wednesday night game and have your children bothered by a bunch of drunks that is sad." — Juliet H. (2013)
If you go to a baseball game, expect to deal with drunk people at some point. No matter the night of the week or venue. Do what the players do — ignore the noise.
And here’s the thing about baseball: There isn’t a time limit on games.
Coors Field: 'Terrible Place to Enjoy a Hot Dog'
Team: Colorado Rockies
Location: Denver, Colorado
Bottom Line: Coors Field
"Great place to catch a baseball game. Terrible place to enjoy a hot dog. Mustard is a condiment used on many hot dogs. After experiencing the Coors Mustard Crisis of 2018, I would add an extra crate on the order next time Chicago is in town. We really like mustard. Just ask Mustard Steve..." — Brian C. (2018)
A lot of Coors Field’s one-star reviews center around the hot dogs, where a Chicago dog goes for around $7-8, which seems like a steal.
But let’s be clear: That needs to be an all-beef dog with a pickle spear, tomatoes, white onions, relish, peppers, celery salt and yellow mustard. Accept no substitute. Hit LoDo — downtown Denver’s entertainment district — after a game.
Dodger Stadium: 'Steals All of Your Hopes and Dreams'
Team: Los Angeles Dodgers
Location: Los Angeles, California
Bottom Line: Dodger Stadium
"First they steal houses. Then they steal ridiculous amounts of money for tickets, food, and libation. Lastly, their losing season steals all of your hopes and dreams." — Tiauna J. (2016)
Not to go too deep on this review, but the "steal houses" comment is a reference to the infamous "Battle of Chavez Ravine," when the stadium’s construction displaced a large amount of Mexican-Americans.
While Dodger Stadium is a beautiful place, it’s a complex issue in the history of Los Angeles.
Fenway Park: 'As a Yankees Fan, Fenway Gets One Star'
Team: Boston Red Sox
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Bottom Line: Fenway Park
"Such an awesome ballpark. The food, the beer, the legendary ambience, the green monster. Was amazing to be there. We sat in right field box 7. Great seats and saw a ton of action - four or five foul balls, a dinger off the right field pole, a right field triple, and a few hard base hits. I was honored to check this one off the list but as a Yankees fan, Fenway gets one star." — Michael F. (2017)
Slow clap for this review. It’s witty. It let’s us know Fenway is great, and you can’t get around that. And it’s always good to take a dig at your most hated rival.
Fenway, the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, cost $650,000 to build in 1912. That still only equates to $16.9 million today.
Globe Life Park in Arlington: 'This Place Sucks'
Team: Texas Rangers
Location: Arlington, Texas
Bottom Line: Globe Life Park in Arlington
"The security guards here are the most unprofessional, rude people we have ever encountered. They yell at people and are super condescending. I've complained twice to the Rangers over the last two seasons and nothing has ever even been addressed. THIS PLACE SUCKS." — Kyle W. (2018)
The best ballparks should fill you with a sense of childlike wonder when you first walk in. You won’t get that in Arlington. The stadium is on its fourth name since opening in 1994, which isn’t exactly endearing, either.
To the haters: Brand-new Globe Life Field opens next door in 2020.
Great American Ball Park: 'Stares Like I’m From Mars'
Team: Cincinnati Reds
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Bottom Line: Great American Ball Park
"Stood in line most of the third inning to get chili cheese fries. Got to the front on the line only to be told no chili for the last hour. Could we put up a sign instead of making people wait in line for no reason?? Fifth inning decided maybe to try the BBQ pork fries because they looked good. Wait in line again. Get to the front -- guess what?? Out of pork for the BBQ. Still no sign. I ask them if maybe it might be a good idea to put up a sign or something. Stares like I'm from Mars! So I go to fan relations. 'Sorry.' That's it. Asked me to wait for the guy in charge of concessions to show up. Uh no, I've already missed the only 2 innings the Reds have scored in. Unpleasant experience after a 4 hour drive to see the game. I thought we might come back tomorrow to see another but definitely not now. Bottom line -- eat before the game. The prices are exorbitant anyway." — Thomas L. (2016)
Fool me once, shame on the Reds’ concession stand workers and their inability to put up a sign saying they’re out of chili. Fool me twice … are you serious? You let it happen again?
It’s the Great American Ball Park, not the Great American Chili Cheese Fries. Go watch the game.
Guaranteed Rate Field: 'A Morgue'
Team: Chicago White Sox
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Bottom Line: Guaranteed Rate Field
"Guaranteed Rate Field? I thought it was Comiskey Park!? Well, I do know you are guaranteed a rotten time if you go. The place is like a morgue, and the team is pathetic. The stadium requires you to hire bodyguards and theft insurance prior to entering the zip code. Sorry, but this is based on observations, not opinion." — Randall C. (2017)
Even though we don’t blink an eye at corporate-named stadiums these days, this naming-rights deal leaves the soul cold. They couldn’t just do "Guaranteed Rate Field at Comiskey Park" or something along those lines?
Makes you long for the days of good ol' U.S. Cellular Field.
Kauffman Stadium: 'I Haven't Been Back in 39 Years'
Team: Kansas City Royals
Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Bottom Line: Kauffman Stadium
"I was a Royals fan starting on opening day in 1969 and continuing throughout the 1970s, attending games on a regular basis. That all changed in the summer of 1978 by a hateful, sarcastic, snarling, and abusive parking attendant who ruined my experience and changed my attitude forever. I haven't been back in 39 years, even when I lived in KC. The stadium's beautiful and I still like the Royals, but whoever hires the employees needs to be a lot more careful. I'll never return, no matter what." — M B. (2017)
Whatever happened with that parking attendant from the disco era? We think the point has been made by not going back — for four decades. That’s some determination.
Remember, forgiveness is healthy. And Kauffman is right next door to Arrowhead Stadium, where the Chiefs play, which is pretty sweet when they both play on the same day.
Marlins Park: 'The Food Is Horrendous'
Team: Miami Marlins
Location: Miami, Florida
Bottom Line: Marlins Park
"Great stadium to watch a ball game but the food is horrendous. How do you mess up a hot dog. Rolls hard dog rubbery. Burgers hard as hockey puck. Drinks awful. Ice cream machine broken. Outrageous prices for garbage Definitely eating before I go from now on." — Millie J. (2016)
If this doesn’t make you want to eat before you go to the ballpark, what will? When it comes to ballparks, a lot of complaints are centered around food. Few reach this level of contempt.
Then again, Marlins Park’s $634 million construction was overshadowed by an SEC investigation.
Miller Park: 'Way to Support Your Team, Morons'
Team: Milwaukee Brewers
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Bottom Line: Miller Park
"Great business model. They play Packers games on the screens while the Brewers are busting their butts to cinch a Wild Card berth. Way to support your team, morons." — Senor D. (2018)
There’s something to be said for knowing your surroundings. About realizing you’re in Wisconsin, where the order of sports they care about goes like this: 1. Football (big gap) 2. Hockey 3. Basketball (big gap) 4. Baseball.
Nevertheless, Miller Park’s fan-shaped construction is something to behold.
Minute Maid Park: 'Please Make Your Rules More Clear'
Team: Houston Astros
Location: Houston, Texas
Bottom Line: Minute Maid Park
"The lady who guards section 122 is by far the most disrespectful person I've dealt with at that stadium for the past 20 years. She tied to kick me out and called security because I took 1 hit of my Juul vapor ecig when I didn't know it wasn't allowed. If it wasn't allowed, they shouldn't have allowed me to bring the the JUUL In the building in the first place … Minute made [sic}, please make your rules more clear and the woman who operated PAYING CUSTOMERS to go in and out of section 122 deserves to be terminated. Minute made, all I ask if get rid of her. She is overstepping her responsibilities. Have a good night." — Taylor S. (2018)
Can’t a bro just smoke his Juul in peace? Around kids? At a baseball game surrounded by non-smokers who also paid good money for tickets? I thought this was America! For a scathing review, this ends pretty politely.
On a baseball note, the short left-field porch is a hitter’s dream at 315 feet.
Nationals Park: 'Scenes From "Idiocracy" and "Blade Runner" '
Team: Washington Nationals
Location: Washington, D.C.
Bottom Line: Nationals Park
"Two. 65 years old. Seating is fine. Convenient cup holders. Getting around is easy. But, this stadium is trying to be too many things at once. It's loud. All the time. Speakers are everywhere so forget a soft, gentle conversation. One almost has to yell to be heard. Watching the game doesn't seem to be enough. Genuinely stupid contests are regularly held around the stadium and shown on the big screen. The diversions are many and constant. There was none of the romance of watching, appreciating the beauty of the game. We were reminded of scenes from 'Idiocracy' and 'Blade Runner.' It wasn't Baseball. It was a circus. We'll never go back." — Chili T. (2018)
So maybe a ballpark isn’t the best place to have a "soft, gentle conversation," but there are some good points in here, including the criticism of too many brain-dead, annoying diversions, which occur at almost any pro game.
The good news? Nats tickets should be pretty easy to get.
Oakland Coliseum: 'Literally, the Worst'
Team: Oakland Athletics
Location: Oakland, California
Bottom Line: Oakland Coliseum
"The facility itself is among the worst sporting venues I've ever been at. We sat in the lower bowl, on seats that were basically jerry rigged to the actual stadium concrete. When you'd step on the adjacent stairs, they would creak and bend. That, combined with wet conditions, resulted in at least four slip and falls. Luckily, no one was hurt. Getting into the stadium is a disaster too. We waited 30 minutes in the 'express' bag check line. Worse still were the fans. Rarely have I watched people smoke in crowds with such impunity — cigarettes, blunts, e-cigs, etc. Not only while in line to get in, but literally in the stadium seating. The guy next to us was obliterated-drunk, and kept going back for more. The guy in front of us was eating pistachios and throwing shells at passers by. And there was zero sports etiquette, like waiting to find your seat between plays rather than in the middle. Literally, the worst." — Alexander E. (2018)
This review reads more like a bad experience at a Cypress Hill concert than a ballgame. The Coliseum is routinely rated among the worst in both MLB and the NFL.
The Oakland Raiders will play there for one more season before moving to Las Vegas in 2020. The A's aren't going anywhere.
Oracle Park: 'No Thanks'
Team: San Francisco Giants
Location: San Francisco, California
Bottom Line: Oracle Park
"So I ate some nachos at the ball park and I was sweating from the spices. I asked the staff for some water and next thing I know the emergency medical team is surrounding me to make sure I am still breathing. It was totally embarrassing to be accosted in front of friends and co-workers for asking for water. It was the worst experience I've had in years. I was perfectly fine, standing there and talking in full sentences. They made me miss a few innings. No thanks, Giants." — Jason J. (2016)
This is in the running for the GOAT of one-star Yelp reviews, regardless of venue. The disconnect between asking for water and needing EMT assistance is a head-scratcher, but here we are.
As for the park, it didn’t open until 2000, yet the Giants have three World Series titles since 2010. That's a pretty good championship winning percentage.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards: 'Inedible Tacos'
Team: Baltimore Orioles
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Bottom Line: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
"Love the stadium and the team. Awful tacos. Terribly slow service and virtually inedible tacos." — Deb P. (2016)
What most people don’t understand is that tacos are a vital part of any ballpark experience. Forget hot dogs. Forget nachos. It’s tacos.
Pro tip: If you’re out around Camden after the game (and at least 21 years old), hit Frank and Nic’s and order a drink called "The Skerbil."
Petco Park: 'Let's Talk Drinks'
Team: San Diego Padres
Location: San Diego, California
Bottom Line: Petco Park
"So let's talk drinks at the park. I ordered a margarita on the rocks with salt and received the cup on the left full, it was about $15 it tasted good. I then went back to the same place different person and ordered the same thing, I got the small cup on the right. I asked why? And he said the girl must have just made me the Pulama (name of drink similar to margarita) didn't bother to ask me to upgrade to this and pay more, but either way it was ok I liked it. They guy asked me if I wanted that? But all he was going to do is add more lime juice. So I said NO. I came back to my seat and poured the new drink into the first cup and as you can see I got ripped off. I paid $15 for a glass of lime juice and one shot of tequila, maybe." — Sandra T. (2018)
The Padres haven’t been in the playoffs since 2006, and haven’t had a winning season since 2010. So we understand the need for drinks.
But if a regular margarita is $15, and she accidentally received the more expensive drink in the first round, that seems like a steal.
PNC Park: 'Garbage, Grease Release, Garbage Barge ... Who Knows?'
Team: Pittsburgh Pirates
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bottom Line: PNC Park
"This park would have been a five star rating until the 9th inning of the September 11th Pirates game. Then from somewhere below the right field stands there came a disgusting stench....garbage, grease release, garbage barge....who knows? It was so bad, we left prior to the end of the game. Whatever it was needs to be handled so it never occurs again.” — Kate O. (2016)
Let me tell you a little story about the Allegheny River. It’s pretty disgusting. And after it rains, the smell that Kate describes in her review is fairly common.
On a better note, almost all MLB stadiums take at least three years to build. PNC Park went up in two years.
Progressive Field: 'Everything That Is Wrong About Sports in Cleveland'
Team: Cleveland Indians
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Bottom Line: Progressive Field
"The renaming of Jacobs Field to Progressive Field epitomizes everything that is wrong about sports in Cleveland. Forget the fact that the baseball team's mascot is a racist caricature; forget the fact that Cuyahoga County spent more than $400 million on the Browns Stadium while Cleveland schools were literally falling apart and needed about $400 million for physical repairs. All you really need to know about Cleveland sports--and Cleveland in general--is that the city by Lake Erie has a massive inferiority complex." — John S. (2008)
You can feel the heat coming off this one-star review. People in Cleveland don’t really call it Progressive Field, however. They still call it "The Jake."
Some Indians fans think the team said they’d never sell naming rights, but former owner Richard Jacobs only paid for rights from 1994 to 2006.
Rogers Centre: 'Straight-Up Baloney'
Team: Toronto Blue Jays
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Bottom Line: Rogers Centre
"Beer is rather expensive. Rolling Rock is classified as a "Premium" beer, so a dollar more than Bud. Yeah, I don't know about that. Strike one. The hot dog is inexcusably terrible. It is the worst out of 16 MLB (and 1 NPB) ballparks I've visited. It was even worse than the Dodger Dog, which was a footlong soggy diaper. This one here at Rogers was straight up baloney material. At least the Dodger Dog made up in quantity, whatever that amounts to. Strike two. The Yankees won. The Jays had been on a hot streak and were poised to take the lead over the Yanks for a playoff spot. Instead they laid an egg on their home turf. I guess this has nothing to do with the stadium. Damn, I hate the Yankees." — Daniel T. (2015)
If you’ve been to 16 MLB ballparks, this is the kind of one-star review comedy gold we expect from you. The beer is too expensive (if you’ve ever tasted Rolling Rock, you know). The food is bad (no one that reads this will ever eat a Dodger Dog). The team is lousy (such is life).
SunTrust Park: 'Cobb County (Gross)'
Team: Atlanta Braves
Location: Cumberland, Georgia
Bottom Line: SunTrust Park
"Cobb County (gross). Transit access (terrible). Tickets (expensive). Valet parking (a**holes). Waffle House (delicious)." — Erica J. (2018)
This review is for all of the minimalists out there. Inside the stadium, which opened in 2017 at a cost of $622 million, there’s an actual, full-service Waffle House and a Waffle House Hash Brown Bar, where you can purchase beer. They also play baseball games.
T-Mobile Park: 'I Was Talked to About Being Rude … for Cheering for the Mariners'
Team: Seattle Mariners
Location: Seattle, Washington
Bottom Line: T-Mobile Park
"I was talked to about being rude at an M's game for cheering for the Mariners. The Red Sox fans were upset because I was standing during the 8th inning cheering for the M'S. I was not rude to any fans I was only cheering my home team. I cannot believe I was talked to by a Mariners usher for my non behavior. I was not drunk or under the influence of any kind. At the time I was drinking coffee. If this was any other field this would have never happened. One more reason why the Mariners are a sub par team." — Ryan W. (2017)
There is no greater enemy in the Yelp one-star reviews of MLB ballparks than the ushers, concession stand workers and parking attendants who work at the parks.
An usher who would warn a fan for just "standing and cheering" seems suspect, but hey, this is Yelp. You can say whatever you want.
Target Field: 'This City Is Trash'
Team: Minnesota Twins
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Bottom Line: Target Field
"This is probably the worst ball park I have been to.. money hungry and this city is trash … I moved here from San Diego … The food isn't all that great I have bought cheese curds and the guy at the booth sold me the biggest ticket available and it was crap …I've bought cheaper tickets and have had more fun in different rows … That day I bought the ticket I asked for a refund or exchange for another game … Now I know I can't get a refund or exchange my ticket … Now I am here at the last game of the season and I bought another ticket not learning my lesson from past experiences. I dislike this park the food and the people who work this place … Biggest disappointment" — Chris C. (2017)
Sure, Minneapolis is cold, but there’s a ton of culture, and all four major sports are covered with the Twins, Timberwolves, Wild and Vikings.
That being said, moving here from San Diego would be a tough pill to swallow. Still, Target Field was rated as the No. 1 MLB stadium experience by ESPN The Magazine in 2010.
Tropicana Field: 'Zero Stars'
Team: Tampa Bay Rays
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
Bottom Line: Tropicana Field
“They say it's the worst stadium in baseball, and that made me want to go just to experience that. All of the critics are right. This place is insanely bad. The concourse reminded me of an AHL Hockey venue - painted blue floors - seriously? They had raffles in between innings and an emcee pushing Rays products in another inning. This is professional baseball? They could have just have well had a Publix shopping cart race for free groceries. Only half of the crowd (a sparse 14,000 on a Friday) were real fans (well, at least wearing Rays gear and buying Budweiser). The others rooting for the visiting Brewers or just passing though town. They gave a minor league report in one break - seriously, the fans have no idea who their lead prospects are? Alas, I'm spoiled. I have Wrigley Field. My girls first home, just a block north of left field. Filmed the Bartman game from the street. Saw NLCS Game 6 in Section 425 - better yet, saw WS game 5 in Section 110. These venues don't compare. MLB needs to shut the Trop down. It's an utter embarrassment. Anyone giving it credit, has never seen the other side... Zero stars..." — Brian D. (2017)
Sure, this might be the worst stadium in baseball. It might be insanely bad. But a lot of that comes from insanely bad fan support — the Rays have been last in the MLB in attendance in seven of eight years since 2011. The other year, they were next-to-last.
Wrigley Field: 'Let’s Hope It Doesn’t Take Another 100-Plus Years'
Team: Chicago Cubs
Bottom Line: Wrigley Field
"Hey want a $10 beer or a $4 water? Come on in! Not that I'm nostalgic for the old wrigley , never a fan but at least it once had charm, it's now a Disney park and it's [sic] working man fan base will slowly retreat with the obvious cash in on a World Championship, let's hope it doesn't take another 100+ years.” — Bill H. (2017)
A lot of the criticisms here are similar to ones geared toward other, well-known ballparks. Mainly, that they’ve sold out and become too corporate.
But let’s focus on that last line, because it boils down to the greatest fear every Cubs fan has. That the next title won’t come until the early 2100s.
Yankee Stadium: 'A Meat Carving Station?'
Team: New York Yankees
Location: Bronx, New York
Bottom Line: Yankee Stadium
"Over-the-top! A meat carving station? Sushi? $11 beers? Come on! I'd much rather go to Fenway and watch the Red Sox, eat a fenway frank and a $6 beer. I will never go back to Yankee stadium." — Sean M. (2009)
A lot of the hatred toward the new Yankee Stadium is directed toward the sushi being served at the stadium, which opened in 2009 at a cost of $2.3 billion. That’s an amazing investment by the team.
And a lot of California rolls and sashimi.
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