Junior (17)
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2010 ASG in Anaheim

Started Jul 13, 2010 0 Replies

I have been so fortunate to attend the ASG this year. Aside from going to all 30 ballparks, my other lifetime baseball goals were to attend an All-Star Game and a WS Game. At least now, I can check…Continue

Tags: Angels, Anaheim, Game, All-Star, 2010

Charity Bike Ride

Started this discussion. Last reply by Craig (17) Apr 19, 2010. 1 Reply

Hey fellow ballpark chasers,On May 8th, I will be doing a 31-mile bicycle ride called the Tour of Long Beach. It is a fundraiser event where all proceeds go to the Long Beach Miller Children's…Continue

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Is it a life goal to see all 30 Major League Ballparks?
Yes
How many current MLB ballparks have you visited?
16-20
What is your hometown ballpark?
Anaheim
What is your favorite ballpark?
St. Louis

Junior's Ballpark rankings

Here's my ranking of the current 17 ballparks that I've visited:

1.) St. Louis- New Busch Stadium
2.) San Francisco- AT&T Park
3.) Chicago- Wrigley Field
4.) Boston- Fenway Park
5.) New York- Citi Field
6.) Atlanta- Turner Field
7.) New York- New Yankee Stadium
8.) Pittsburgh- PNC Park
9.) Kansas City- Kauffman Stadium
10.) Anaheim- Angel Stadium
11.) San Diego- Petco Park
12.) Cleveland- Jacobs Field
13.) Arizona- Chase Field
14.) Los Angeles- Dodger Stadium
15.) Chicago- U.S. Cellular Field
16.) Toronto- Roger's Centre
17.) Oakland- Oakland Coliseum

Baseball Stadiums That I've Visited (With Most Recent Year Visited)
Anaheim (2009)
Arizona (2008)
Atlanta (2009)
Boston- (2007)
Chicago- Northside (2007)
Chicago- Southside (2007)
Cleveland (2007)
Kansas City (2006)
Lake Elsinore- A Minor League (2006)
Long Beach- Independent Minor League (2008)
Los Angeles (2009)
Minnesota (2004)
New York- Citi Field (2009)
New York- New Yankee Stadium (2009)
New York- Shea (2008)
New York- The House That Ruth Built (2008)
Oakland (1990)
Peoria- Spring Training (2008)
Phoenix- AAA Minor League (1989)
Phoenix- Spring Training (2004)
Pittsburgh (2007)
Sacramento- AAA Minor League (2006)
San Diego- Jack Murphy (2004)
San Diego- Petco Park (2009)
San Francisco- AT&T Park (2008)
San Francisco- Candlestick (1990)
Scottsdale- Spring Training (2008)
Springfield- AA Minor League (2006)
St. Louis (2006)
Tempe- Spring Training (2008)
Toronto (2009)
Tucson- Spring Training (2008)

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College World Series

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 8:30pm 1 Comment

Has anyone ever been to the College WS in Omaha? I was hoping to go check it out sometime in the future, just to say that I've been there/ done that. Just wondering if it's worth it based on any past experiences. If and when I go, I will have to make sure that my alma mater, LB State, is in it. That way I will have someone to really cheer for.

I just lost one notch in my belt

Posted on March 15, 2010 at 2:29pm 2 Comments

Bummer, I had to change my status from 18 current stadiums visited to 17, due to the HHH Metrodome no longer active. Unfortunately, I won't be able to make it all the way out to Target Field this year, but hopefully I can get out to at least one new ballpark this season to continue progressing forward. Onward !!!

2010 All-Star Game tickets

Posted on February 28, 2010 at 10:26am 3 Comments

Anyone know when the all-star game or HR Derby tix will go on sale to the non-season ticket holding general public? I can't find anything on the Angels site, except for all-star celebration activities, which I'm not really interested in attending, except for the actual game or HR Derby. They are way too expensive on StubHub, etc...

Caribbean Series starts today!!!

Posted on February 2, 2010 at 5:30pm 5 Comments

Hey friends,



If you've never watched the Caribbean Series, do yourself a favor and check it out. I became a fan in 2005 and watch it religiously on TV every year. It's broadcasted on the MLB Network in English or on ESPN Deportes in Spanish. The passion and level of play is pretty unreal. It first began in 1949 and is played with the winners of each Winter League in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela. You even get MLB players in the mix. This year it's in… Continue

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At 12:14am on April 21, 2010, Craig (17) said…
Hey Junior I was just checking out your blog....thanks for adding our ballpark chasers badge!
At 7:47pm on October 15, 2009, Ken said…
You will never see the American game the same way again. The Japanese game is faster, they put the ball in play most of the time, no one steps out, and there's only 2 minutes allowed between innings. The pitchers actually start warming up in front of the dugout with 2 outs in the inning.

Plus, the fans are amazing. Constant cheering, drums, there are songs for the teams, even some of the most popular players have their own songs.

It's completely amazing.
 
 
 

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