So what’s this wall going to be called?

The Daily Record asked for name suggestions for Sovereign Bank Stadium’s monster left-field wall.
And the community responded.
Oh yeah, they responded.
In no particular order … the names:


The White Rose
The Wall of the Roses
White Rose Monster
The Rose Tower
Wall Flower
The Vault
The Piggy Bank
Eagles Nest
Golden Arch Guard (or variations of Arch Guard)
Codorus Keeper
The Rampart
The Blockade
York’s Green Giant
Constitution Wall
First Capital Wall
Freedom Wall
Freedom Arch
Red Rebel
Codorus Crag
Codorus Bluff
The Summit
The Factory (paint wall flat black, have yellow lights glow through windows, and blow a steam whistle when a homer is hit over it)
Hawg Heaven (advertising $$)
Hawg Wall (advertising $$)
Hog Wall (advertising $$)
Harley Wall (advertising $$)
Harley Hill (advertising $$)
Yorktowne Peak
Yorktowne Peep (because of the windows)
Holey Wall (because of the windows)
Yorktowne Towers
The Whack-A-Mole Wall (nod to the York Fair)
Soldier Wall
Gateway to Left
York’s Left Track (RR reference)
Holey Moley Wall
King Codorus
The Brute (nod to Muscletown)
Bullfrog Fence
Tiny
The Wall
The Great York Wall
The Blockade
Independence Wall
The Left-Field Loft
The Shield
Green Gateway
Revolutionary Wall
The Giant Wall (advertising $$)
Sky High
The Big Stopper
Bacon’s Monster (Submitted by — you guessed it — Mr. Bacon)
The Bunker Hill
The Red Dread
The Barn
The Kroy (York backwards) Magnum Wall
The Swamp Nest Monster
Swamp Monster
The Swamp Nest
The Swamp Thing
The Piggy Bank — still cracks us up
The Patriot
The Codorus Colossus
The Cookie Monster
The Arch
Big Archie
The Capital Wall
The Redcoat
Balls to the Wall
York City Mountain
You Got to Be Kidding Me Wall
Anybody Seen My Ball Wall
Musketball Wall
Oh, You Mean That Wall? Wall
Just Try Hitting It Over This Wall
Even A Monster Couldn’t Leap It Wall
Oh, Heck, Stroke-a-Single Wall
Take a Walk Wall
Barry Bonds Wall … Pray for a Walk
The Pitcher’s Friend Wall
It Prevented Washington’s Crossing Wall
Wall-E-Ball (to sell sponsors for e-mail addresses)
Crazy Off The Wall
The Good Neighbor
Olde Stinky
Patriotic Partition
Revolution Ridge
The King
The Home Front
The 38th Parallel (nothing gets over it)
Blue Laguna
Barrier Reef
Goliath
The Cabal Wall
The Creek Monster
The Creekie Monster
The Wailing Wall
The Doomsday Wall
Giant Condor (hills east of Mt. Zion Road are called “the Condors”)
Pow-Wow Wall
The Charlie (for former mayor Charlie Robertson)
The Doudel Wall (named for Revolutionary Captain)
Whammy Wall
The York Wall of Fame
The Breach
The Arnold (Benedict) Wall
The GW Fence (for George Washington)
Godzilla’s Fence
The Fence
Robinson’s Wall (for Brooks)
Fort Washington (named after George Washington)
Big Blocker
Tall Taunter
High Horizon
Sovereign Summit
Sovereign Skywall
Skywall
Power Tower
Lofty Wall
Battlefield Wall
White Monster
High Point
Banger’s Corner
Unity Wall
Carpenstein

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3 Responses to So what’s this wall going to be called?

  1. jeff baker says:

    Happy to hear that “Wall of the Roses” was your top vote getter and liked your comparison to Wrigley Field. Willl be happy to submit detailed plans and drawings of my ideas. Thanks Jim, Jeff Baker

  2. Wes Booth says:

    I telephoned in my suggestion to call the wall HIGHPOINT, but do not see it on this list? If I win do I get a season pass? Good luck to The Revolution. I lood forward to taking my grandkids to the games and helping to revitalize downtown York. GodBlessWes

  3. Bryan says:

    I think this are some of the stupidest names I have ever heard. Only a few are good but none stand out. I believe that someone out there could figure out a good name for the wall.

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