So do you guys feel like there is a minimum amount of time you need to be at a game for it to count as a visit. Personally, I've been a few innings late to some, left in the 7th for others. I count…Continue
Hey, new to the site. Going for Cleveland this Saturday, then leaving for Detroit for a Sunday afternoon game, across the border for Toronto Monday night, then to Pittsburgh for 2 games. It'll be…Continue
"Oof! The thought of not see everything from first to last pitch makes my skin crawl.
I went up to NY to get to Yankee Stadium and Citi Field a few years back and there was rain in the forecast. I was checking and calling the Mets all day long, we…"
Thanks for posting this! Sounds like a fun trip. I was looking at a similar trip, flying to meet a friend of mine in Chicago, and driving to those parks from there, but it didn't work out this year. Still hope to make…"
"It's up to you. Personally, I want to say that I need to see an official game (5 innings), but I stretched that once. I only saw 4 in KC a couple of years ago before a 4 hour rain delay set in. We did not stick around as we…"
"Went to all 4. PNC is definitely hands down the best (still have COL, KC, STL) but can't imagine those beating it. I wasn't sure it'd beat out SF, but it did. It's simple, but not boring. The backdrop is spectacular and it's…"
"My long time standard has been to stay at least until the game became "official" at 4.5 or 5 innings. This assumed I was there for the first pitch. My dad and I went to both Phils and Cubs games years ago where we sat for hours…"
"If you are just counting ball parks then you were there for a game and got to see the park doesn't matter how long you actually spent at the game. If you are counting games then that is up to you what counts as a game.
In the end…"