I agree with the first part of what you said. Downtown would be the best but it's not really possible. Draper is literally the opposite of that. It's really far from downtown and very far from the airport and generally a pretty meh area. I think they could easily develop the proposed area into something nicer. I've spent time over there and it's not bad. It's also minutes from downtown so it's easy to bounce back and forth especially with public transportation. Basically like the Jazz arena which technically downtown but kind of away from the fun parts of downtown but easy enough to get to.My experience going to pro baseball games has been with coworkers in the city that my company is headquartered - we go to a game and spend the whole day downtown near the stadium. I think having a strong area surrounding a stadium is a must and adds to the experience during the time of year where people want to be outside. The accessibility of that site is its greatest strength - but like another poster stated, it would be people coming in and out of that area just to watch a game without much lingering. I doubt that they’ll ever develop the surrounding area enough to allow for that. I personally think the prison site in Draper would be the best - 600 acres of mixed housing, retail, and commercial space that focuses on green space and such.