Hartford man sings criticisms, not praises, for Dunkin Donuts Park

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HARTFORD - Many have spoken their criticisms about Dunkin Donuts Park, the future home of the Yard Goats baseball team, but one man is singing it.

Bill Katz, 63, has never gone to bat for downtown baseball in Hartford, and he put that into a melody.

The chorus of the song is "Dunkin Donuts Stadium, my advice is just don't go in."

Katz sings that the park is too expensive and city money should have been used elsewhere.

The Hartford business owner and resident calls his protest song "Dunkin Donuts Stadium," even though it's Dunkin Donuts Park, and he's performed it to the city council.

"This was directed at the previous administration and councilors," Katz said.  "A monumental, economic monstrosity."

Katz's song has evolving lyrics... with every new problem he writes a new verse.

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