It still ain't over till its over.
That's the vow a group of Yankee fans made Tuesday after losing the latest - and possibly final - battle with the city to save Gate 2 at the old Yankee Stadium according to the Daily News.
The city Public Design Commission on Monday granted preliminary approval to the Parks Department's plans to commemorate the old Yankee Stadium - without retaining Gate 2.
Now the Gate 2 fans say they will pursue legal action to save it from the wrecking ball.
"I'm definitely going ahead with an injunction," said group member Tim Reid, 55, of Boca Raton, Fla.
The entire stadium is set to be demolished by June to make way for a Heritage Field Park.
The Parks Department plans to commemorate the House that Ruth Built by putting in engraved plaques and preserving elements of the stadium frieze and the famous bat statue outside.