Recent injuries at MLB ballparks have renewed discussions of expanded safety netting at the major and minor league level. Some have suggested netting from dugout to dugout while others have taken it one step further and would like to see netting from foul pole to foul pole. A class action law suit by an Oakland A's season ticket holder contends that Major League Baseball has been negligent in terms of guaranteeing fan safety and has demanded further safety netting.
The wife and I just finalized our 2014 ballpark trip. We are flying from Kansas City and flying into Indianapolis. We only have 4 nights from May 9th-13th. From there, our itinerary is...
Day 1: Drive from Indianapolis to Louisville. Go to Churchill Downs for live horse racing. Then, finish off the night by going to a Louisville Bats game.
Day 2: Visit the Louisville Slugger museum/factory and take the tour. From there, drive to Cincinnati and watch the Reds…
It's always been one of my top life goals to see my team, the St. Louis Cardinals, win a championship live and in person. A World Series Championship would be the ultimate, but I always said I'd be just as happy to see a Division Championship or the National League Pennant clincher. There is something about seeing a truly historical moment for your team in person that seemed like the ultimate in sports fandom to me.
I've been close before. Last season, I was at Game 5 of the NLCS with…Continue
I have a long way to go. Only 74 of 162 by my count. But, always time to knock out more of these!
1. (X)-Take a Baseball Road Trip
2. ( )-Visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (Cooperstown. NY)
3. (X)-Go to Opening Day
4. (X)-Attend a World Series Game
5. (X)-See the Chicago Cubs Play at Wrigley Field
6. (X )-Watch the Ken Burns Documentary "Baseball"
7. ( )-See the Boston Red Sox play at Fenway Park
8. ( )-Experience a Hall of Fame…