If I were to map out the ballparks I've been to, most of the country would be pretty well represented, but the Midwest would look like a barren wasteland. Outside of a quick trip to Chicago for a White Sox game with a quick stop in Marion for a Southern Illinois Miners' game, I haven't really been north of Nashville.
This May, I get to add a bunch of Midwest ballparks to my list. This itinerary may change, but I should add 8-14 new ballparks to my list. My girlfriend will be coming with me and she has family near Cincinnati. If I was going alone, I'd probably be able to add 30. Girlfriend, if you're reading this, I love you.
Sucks the way the schedules worked out, most of the teams I visit will be out of town at the time.
Sat May 14 Indianapolis Indians vs Scranton Wilkes Barre at Victory Field
Sun May 15 Drive by Bush Field (Former Indianapolis Indians)
Drive by Louisville Slugger Field (Louisville Bats)
Louisville Slugger Museum
Mon May 16 Drive by UC Health Stadium (Florence Freedom)
Great American Ballpark tour
Tue May 17 Drive by Foundation Field, Hamilton OH (Former Florence Freedom)
Drive by Fifth Third Field (Dayton Dragons)
Drive by Huntington Park (Columbus Clippers)
Drive By Cooper Stadium (Former Columbus Clippers)
Wed May 18 Drive by Thurman Munson Stadium (Former Canton-Akron Indians)
Drive by Canal Park (Akron Rubber Ducks)
Progressive Field tour
Lake County Captains vs Dayton at Classic Park
Thu May 19 Drive by All Pro Freight Stadium (Lake Erie Crushers)
Drive by McBride Stadium (Former Richmond Roosters)