9 stadiums, BUT that dates way back to the Kingdome days (Seattle) when I was a youngster. Also been to old NY stadium (Yankees), Fenway, and Chicago twice (with my family as an early 20's). Do those count? I might have a picture. But I really want to say (officially) I am going to only include 2 on this website (videos): Wrigley & Coors from this year.
Yeah...at this point in time, the kids are my whole life! Once they start flying the coop, I'll turn a little more attention to this, but that is still a ways away - they are 10, 8, 7, 5 and 4. LOL. My wife and I are both HUGE baseball / Cardinal fans and we both want to get out and do this together. Some day...
My husband and 6 year old son are the true ballpark chasers. Within the last year my hubby mentioned he would like to see as many parks as possible with our son. He doesn't think getting to all of them is realistic, I would love to make it come true over the years. I am pretty sure I am on more of a mission right now than he is. We went to Progressive Field on the 4th to see the Indians vs. the Yankees (the boys in my family are Yankees fans). There is a possiblity of them making it to Comerica Park in Detroit as well. Other parks we have been to but will need to revisit with our son are Wrigley and Great American.
Thank you for the nice welcome. I'm glad to hear something nice about the Trop. Granted, it is not going to top anyone's list, but its not as bad as so many people think. Plus, the Rays organization seems to go out of their way to entertain and see that all enjoy the time there. Kent Dudrear
hey david I'm on a tour to all 30. I've been to citifield, citizens bank, pnc, great american, comerica, wrigley, us cellular, miller, target, busch kaufmann, coors, safeco and I been to Turner a different time how about u
David, I do have suggestions re visiting Nats Park, will write more about it to you probably this weekend. FYI, we just came back from our big road trip of the summer, went out to San Francisco and San Diego for the Nats series there - brings us up to 13 current parks (16 including RFK, old Yankee Stadium, and Shea.)
Hi David, I am going to Miami on September 3rd vs. PHI. Last chance to see the supposedly worst park. I still need Minnesota new, St. Louis new, Cincinnati new, Oakland and SF. I live in Harrisburg, PA, so it has been convenient to hit all the new east coast ballparks in the last couple years. How about you?
Glad to hear your coming to Miller Park!! Its a great park to watch a ballgame at. Some tips I have for you would be to tailgate in the parking lot before the game, its always a great atmosphere around the stadium before gametime and you will be sure to meet plenty of nice people. Also make sure to catch the sausage race its something you will never forget.