The DC CFO's office has released updated estimates of the cost of building a new major league baseball stadium at the site currently proposed in Southeast DC and at a site adjacent to RFK Stadium. In a letter to Council Chairman Linda W. Cropp, Gandhi estimates the total cost for the proposed Southeast DC site to be $667.3 million; the cost for the site at RFK is estimated at $605.5 million. These will be hashed over at Tuesday's BYOBV (bring your own bulletproof vest) Council Roundtable, starting at 10 am, and viewable via streaming video or on DC Cable 13). UPDATE: Here is the Post's article on the new cost estimates, along with discussion about the feasibility of moving to the RFK site. UPDATE II: The WashTimes's article condenses both the updated estimates and the naming of the teams of developers for the Ballpark District.