My son and I have been gone off the boards for awhile. Fortunately and unfortunately we had to move from the East Coast to the West Coast. Fortunately while doing so we were able to chase for 6 weeks to about 25 different minor league parks. This included International League teams all the way down to Rookie Leagues and some Independent League games as well. Which brings me to my question to the site.
Has anybody gone down to Venezuela for baseball? Specifically Venezuelan Summer…Continue
One of the questions that hasn't been asked too often is, "How do you catalog your trip(s)" Most of us have photos, tickets, etc. But some have a quirky side as well, "I'm not leaving this park until I get a ball."
What do you do to catalog? What would you have done differently?
Keep the Quest going.
John and Kaelen Wilcox
Good Evening Friends and Fellow Chasers,
After visiting all current MLB parks and over 120 minor league parks my son and I have come to realization that over 80% of those games have been seen without having our favorite teams present. Over the next couple years I'm going to go back and visit some of our sites and see the stadiums with our teams (Rays is John's and Phillies is Kaelen's) and their affiliations. Does anybody feel the same way, or starting over because it's been done…Continue
Since the quest to see all 30 MLB parks is over for my son and I we are looking for a good top 10 of MiLB and NOF (non-affiliated) parks. I would like to get a feel of what everyone here believes is their top 10. There are two rules. One, the ballpark must host some MiLB or NOF teams at least once a season (Rickwood Field falls into this category). Two, it can be anywhere in the world (NOF fails into this category). I've heard seeing a game in the Dominican Republic is phenomenal. So strike…Continue