I’m not big on ticket scalping. If I’ve done it for five events in my life it would be a lot. Of all my ballgame experiences I believe I’ve paid scalpers to get in twice. (Although I did score a great seat to an Orioles-Yankees game at Camden Yards for nothing once. The seat was so good I could see the expressions on my Orioles’ faces as the Yankees whipped their butts. Sometimes patience and persistence can make a world of difference.)
The first time was my first trip to…Continue
Added by Kurt Smith on January 27, 2011 at 3:57am — No Comments
U.S. Cellular Field, the home of the Chicago White Sox, doesn’t present near the congestion challenges as does Wrigley Field, its venerable neighbor to the north. There are a few reasons for this; the White Sox offer more parking, they don’t draw as well as the Cubs, and there isn’t much else in the area drawing crowds, at least not at the moment.
But this isn’t to say that you won’t run into your own set of difficulties on the South Side. The Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/94) in…Continue
Summer trip for 2011 is planned out, we'll hit Comerica (new for my son), Rogers Centre for two, including a room overlooking the field at the Skydome Hotel (new park for wife and son), then on to Niagara Falls, and PNC Park and Progressive Field (new for all of us). Hoping to get a shot to get to Miami this year to get ProPlayer/LandShark/JoeRobbie/whateverthehellthey'recallingittoday park before it goes the way of the dodo.
I'm sure many of you when on your baseball journeys probably take the time to do some activities not necessarily related to baseball. And on this day when we celebrate Dr. King's birthday, if you should ever make a trip to Atlanta to catch a Braves game, you may want to make it a point, especially if traveling with your family, to stop by the Auburn neighborhood, which is where Dr. King was born and raised. There you will see the house he grew up in, as well as the historic Ebeneezer…Continue