Does anyone have the Ballpark Passport?  Just trying to figure out if it is worth the $75.  Can pages be removed or added as ballparks close and open?  Is it current with the new stadium in Atlanta? 

Any responses would be appreciated.

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Hi Jeff,

I am an old timer who has been going to MLB games since 1972. I pass on the Ballpark Passport. Likely, because many of my favorite ballparks are gone. However, I like the idea of the Ballpark Passport. Therefore, I do something a little different. I had been diligent from the beginning and I had kept all my ticket stubs.  Decades later, with word processing software on computers, I have now created a binder outlining the games, stadium images, and the players I have watched. The cost is mostly my time, imagination, and a $3 binder from Office Depot. Also, I use the free app for my phone, MLB At the Park, and have entered all 1056 of my games. All of it is lot's of fun for me. This 2017 season, I often use the same At The Park app to gain entry into the stadium. High tech fun. 

Hope to see you early at the ballpark for batting practice,

Stuart Crane

Thank you both for your responses.  I appreciate your suggestions.  I chose to go with the Pass-Port book.  This month, my daughter and I are taking a trip to Cooperstown, Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, The Bat Museum in Louisville and Pittsburgh before heading back home to NJ.  We got our first stamp at Citizen's Bank Park in Philadelphia where we are season ticket holders.  We are looking forward to going back to the stadiums we have already been, and seeing the others that we haven't.

Hey Jeff! I love my ballpark Pass-Port! Yes, it's a binder so it opens and pages can be added and removed as needed. They sell expansion packs when new ballparks are built. They are also adding baseball sites all the time (Negro League Museum, Field of Dreams, etc). I just got it a few years ago so it gives me an excuse to go back and see these ballparks again! Some ballparks will even backdate your stamp with a ticket stub.

Thank you both for your responses.  I appreciate your suggestions.  I chose to go with the Pass-Port book.  This month, my daughter and I are taking a trip to Cooperstown, Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, The Bat Museum in Louisville and Pittsburgh before heading back home to NJ.  We got our first stamp at Citizen's Bank Park in Philadelphia where we are season ticket holders.  We are looking forward to going back to the stadiums we have already been, and seeing the others that we haven't.

I have the big Pass-port book, the 25 game book (I think now it's called the Gameday book) as well as use the Ballpark app. I love using both because the book is a physical item I can take to / from each game, and the app satisfies my need for sortable stats. I'd recommend looking into the books. You can add / remove pages from the big one. SunTrust has an add-on you can buy, and I'm guessing 'New Rangers Ballpark' will be the next to go in. 

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