12 stadiums visited so far
Olympic Stadium, first time, may 29th 1982, Reds vs Expos, Seaver vs Rogers, 3 run homer by Carter
Rogers Centre - 2008
PNC Park - 2014
Citizen Bank Park - 2015
Camden Yards - 2015
National Park - 2015
Fenway Park - 2016
Yankee Stadium (new) - 2017
Citi Field - 2017
Tropicana Field - 2015
Progressive Field - 2019
Comerica Park -…Continue
Added by Christian Deschenes on August 16, 2021 at 9:15am — No Comments
This is our ranking of ballparks we have visited. We will edit this list after each trip. Also, this only includes the game and not other activities around the park. Also, we will only rank parks we see as a group where an Indian are the visiting team (Maybe a little hometown bias putting Progressive Field #1 for all 3 of us).
Added by John Jungwirth on November 26, 2020 at 11:49am — No Comments
Charlie Pride, yes, the country music singer, used to be a highly regarded pitching prospect in the St. Louis Cardinals farm system during the 1950s. He regularly sang during the seventh inning stretch while in the minor leagues in Billings, Montana. He took up singing full time after a major elbow injury.
Added by John Sears (1) on April 1, 2020 at 12:30pm — No Comments
We have plans to hit 3 parks on the east coast (from Arizona) in June....what's everyone thinking? Should I cancel the trip while I can probably get my money back? Do you think MLB will even play this year? I know everything will be speculation up to this point but I'm anxious. I personally think, and I think I've heard this on ESPN, is that they will try to make up as many games as they have missed with double headers. I don't know how that would affects tickets I have in June....
Manfred needs to quit trying to do NFL things in MLB. He needs to quit tugging at the fabric of the game.Baseball is naturally un-timed. Leave it alone.
Added by John Sears (1) on March 12, 2020 at 6:50pm — No Comments
The new three batter minimum presents several problems. What if a pitcher just doesn't have it? I can see a three pitch minimum. Three batters is different. Maybe it causes extra intentional walks? Do you bring in a player to pitch and move the previous pitcher in the outfield for one batter? Who knows?
Added by John Sears (1) on March 12, 2020 at 6:39pm — No Comments
No 7th inning orange wedges here. It's time to bring back the real intentional walk.There is simply too much that can happen in a pro baseball situation to have a rule that allows someone to be waived on to first base. A wild pitch can allow a runner to move up. An accidental pitch across the plate can be hit out of the ballpark. Let's play big boy baseball.
Added by John Sears (1) on March 11, 2020 at 5:44pm — No Comments
Finally adding some new ballparks! I am tentatively planning to take a quick trip with a friend, with not much time for other stuff, but we plan to catch these games this summer:
7/1 1:05 Yankees at Orioles
7/2 12:05 PM Padres at Phillies
7/3 6:05 PM Astros at Nationals
These will be new stadiums for me. I've been to the old Memorial stadium (Baltimore) several times when I lived in the DC area, 1986-1990, but that was before Camden Yards, and…Continue
Added by Eric Sather (14) on February 28, 2020 at 8:34am — No Comments
I'm planning on visiting Kansas City this summer for the Indians games in early June. Do they allow tailgating in the parking lots outside of Kauffman? It doesn't look like there are many bars/restaurants to walk to before the game, but I might be completely wrong.
Added by Casey Sudetic on February 25, 2020 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Finished a half lap this past year 16 parks in 7 and a half weeks. Took my time and saw some truly amazing games this year. was at the game in Houston that saw the little girl hit by a line drive foul to start the tour. then to a rain out in St. Louis. 2 three run home runs but the same batter with the exact same players on the same bases! Deja Vu! In Colorado saw a 37 run game with more home runs than I can count. (Record for most home runs in a regular season MLB game) June 16th what a…Continue
Added by Ted Lucero on February 6, 2020 at 10:08am — No Comments
Looking forward to meeting everyone in July Looking for Tom ______ that I met in Cleburne Tx. last spring. Went down and saw the Saints throw a no-hitter. Tom, if you read this, give me a holler!!
Story of a ten-year push...
2009: Son is 10, and we decide to go for it! Two home games: Home opener in SF, and Oakland, always a good start
2010: On the road--fly to San Diego, motorcar up to Anaheim and then Dodger Stadium LA Dodgers (vs SF, many friendly SF faces sitting nearby). High point: snagging a foul tip in LA, pitched by Mad Bum himself. Even higher point--I caught it after next-seat neighbor bobbled it and gave me an easy grab. Perhaps if he hadn't been so…Continue
Added by Rich Lane on November 29, 2019 at 8:14pm — No Comments
Rangers get a new park next spring.
Globe Life Field will replace Globe Life Park.
Added by Russell on August 2, 2019 at 6:35pm — No Comments
Added by Chris Heinrich on June 30, 2019 at 2:54pm — No Comments
Only 9 more parks to go... :-)
Just an FYI. I'm doing the research to visit the No Califonia parks in Oakland and SF. McCovey's Rest closed a while back. Might want to update that part of the comments under Oakland info page.
Love BPC. Keep up the good work.
Added by Ray Kraus on May 22, 2019 at 11:13am — No Comments
I am happy to say that I have completed a big bucket list item and attended a game at all 30 MLB venues in a little under 2 seasons time. I have put together a blog to review and describe my visits. I would love if you could take a look and give me any feedback.
Added by Joe Adona on April 25, 2019 at 5:00pm — No Comments