Featured Blog Posts – February 2009 Archive (7)

Huntington Avenue Grounds - Boston

(I will try to periodically update this blog with a profile of a lost ballpark site that I've been to)

Huntington Avenue Grounds in Boston is a conveniently located, easy-to-find, and notable lost ballpark site.

It was home to the Boston Red Sox from 1901-1911 and hosted the first modern World Series game in… Continue

Added by Matt Nelson (35) on February 25, 2009 at 11:03pm — 1 Comment

Gearing up for the 2009 Ballpark Road Trip! (Updated: 3/27/2009)

The schedule is set:

June 15th - Lv Sea @ 10:30am Non-Stop to BWI Ar @ 6:29pm

June 16th - Orioles vs Mets - 7:05pm @ Camden Yards

June 17th - Phillies vs Blue Jays - 7:05pm @ Citizens Bank Park

June 18th - Yankees vs Nationals - 1:05pm @ (new) Yankee Stadium

June 19th - Mets vs Rays - 7:10pm @ Citi Field

June 20th - Nationals vs Blue Jays - 7:05pm @ Nationals Park

Got tickets to the first 2 games already. Just waiting for the others to go onsale to… Continue

Added by Ken Lee (30/43) on February 25, 2009 at 9:30am — 3 Comments

Ball Park Tour

Currently Been to 27 Ballparks

After 2009 season will be 30 or 31 (depending if get to Mets Game)

After 2009 season there will be 7 stadium i have not been to

With new ballpark in Minnesota and possible new ballparks in Oakland and Florida it would be 10


(1) Yankee Stadium - attending first game at new stadium 6/6/09

(2) Fenway Park

(3) Camden Yards

(4) Tropicana Field

Have not been to Rogers Centre in Toronto

AL… Continue

Added by Doug on February 19, 2009 at 5:03pm — 1 Comment

Rogers Centre

Does anyone happen to know where the Red Sox stay while visiting Toronto? Appreciate the help.

Added by Grace Bergman on February 14, 2009 at 2:53pm — 3 Comments

Lost Ballparks

I have added a Lost Ballparks map that includes the sites of 44 Lost Ballparks I have visited (Braves Field in Boston pictured at left).

It doesn't look like there are that many on the map, but if you zoom in, they're all there. With many of the sites there were multiple ballparks on the same piece of property (Sportsman's Parks I-IV for… Continue

Added by Matt Nelson (35) on February 14, 2009 at 12:00pm — 7 Comments

The Deconstruction of Shea Stadium

For anyone interested in the deconstruction/demolition of Shea Stadium, you can check out some photo galleries from my visits at:

Deconstructing Shea

Added by Roger Ratzenberger (44) on February 13, 2009 at 5:08pm — 6 Comments

Passing Time in the Winter, Waiting for Opening Day

How to pass the dreary and cold winter days? Thinking about baseball of course, that's how!

I've been busy looking at online schedules, planning, and repeating that over and over. Trying to figure out the right baseball trip for Summer 2009!

I just discovered Ballpark Chasers yesterday, what a great concept for a ballpark site! There are so many ballpark sites that are the same. Chasers is unique!

Added by Matt Nelson (35) on February 6, 2009 at 11:53pm — 2 Comments

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