Yes. They could, but why would they? It is why I made the point that as long as Al Lang is operated by baseball folk, they are going to have baseball every spring, which means that everyone can park their dreams about permanent changes to ALF that would compromise its dual nature. I think you missed my point with the parking comment. Goes along with your line of thought that St. Pete isn't an ideal permanent site. Of course every site has drawbacks, but my thoughts about controlling revenue is that the ALF site would not allow for the Rowdies to get parking revenue and that is a valuable revenue stream to be considered. Yes they could build a garage on the existing parking lot and if they had a permanent deal with the city it would most certainly include parking revenue (or at least a split). The problem is that if I am right and the only way you can shoehorn a soccer stadium into that plot of land is by knocking down the existing stands and moving the whole stadium a bit north and in a north-south alignment, then there goes the parking garage. Not a deal breaker of course, but just trying to bring some people down to earth after they get all lathered up over turning ALF into Jeldwen Field 2.0.