I'm new to this site, but I really like what I've seen so far.  I just wanted to share what my life goal for Ballpark chasing.  My goal is to see the Cubs play a game in each team's ballpark.  I only have Wrigley, Great American, and Fenway down so I know I have a lot of work ahead of me...  haha.  In a few weeks I have a trip planned to drive up from my home in Louisville, KY to Indianapolis, Amtrak it up to Milwaukee for a Cubs/Brewers game and then train it to Minneapolis for a Cubs/Twins game.  I love the idea of seeing every ballpark in one summer, but that is not reasonable for me, so I decided that if I'm going to split the trips up, I might as well see my team when I get there.  Does anyone have any souvenir ideas or neat things to do with ticket stubs or something?  I'd like to put something creative together for a record of my trips...     Anyway, I look forward to discussing ideas...

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There's a company called 'That's My Ticket' that has specialized ticket holders. You might want to look into that and see what they offer. Good luck!
Thanks for the tip... Unfortunately, buying tickets online for some games and not others has left me with some stubs, but not all... I'm thinking of putting together two separate frames (NL/AL) with my favorite picture from each ballpark displayed...

I always found magnets to be good item to collect.

Seeing the Cubs in every park would be awesome. Too bad for me but my brothers-in-law who come on our yearly baseball trip are White Sox fans so we have to plan around seeing the Sox away as well.

So far I have seen the Cubs at Wrigley, U.S. Cellular, Miller Park, Comerica, Coors Field, Old Busch, Riverfront (Cynergy at the time), spring training at HoHoKam and most recently at Great American Ballpark.

Good luck with this, especially the interleague games!

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