Glad to see there's a whole site for ballpark enthusiasts! My friends are going to travel, by car only, to all 30 ballparks in 30 days, and make a documentary about the whole thing. They leave in mid April, and the first game they are going to is at the new Citi Field. Much of the money they raise from the DVD will go to The Boys and Girls Club of American. Check out the website:
Added by Tom on March 30, 2009 at 6:10pm —
It was a Saturday afternoon, and I was in Greenbelt, Maryland on some business that never took place, due to circumstances that were apparently way beyond my control. So, with my business plans for the day up in smoke, I decided to take the rest of the day, and go sightseeing. One of the places I knew that I wanted to go was to Nationals Park, being that Washington, D.C. was only 15 minutes from where I was in Greenbelt. So, off I went to see one of the newer ballparks in MLB, at the tender age… Continue
Added by Korbid Thompson on March 29, 2009 at 11:35pm —
Robison Field was the home of the St. Louis Cardinals from 1893-1920. The site is just a few blocks from where Sportsman's Park (there four on the same site) was located at and sits just a couple miles north of downtown St. Louis. On the site today is Beaumont High School (pictured).
I was recently in Indianapolis… Continue
Added by Matt Nelson (35) on March 22, 2009 at 10:00pm —
Hey all you ballpark chasers.
A little over 2 weeks until the Cubs start our 101st attempt at winning our next championship.
This summer I am going to attempt to see a game in all 30 stadiums. I have published a website for the Quest - 30ballparks-in-1season.com. Please check it out - I am working on a links page on the site and will reference this site for everyone to register.
Hope everyone has a great 2009 season!!!!
Added by Bob DeVries (30 all in 09 & 10) on March 18, 2009 at 5:18pm —
Today is the last day to register for a chance at pre-season and opening day tickets at the new Yankee stadium. I am sure I wont win but its worth a shot.
Added by Jack (6) on March 17, 2009 at 10:19am —
S&S Seating, Inc. is making our limited inventory of historic Tiger Stadium seats available for purchase!
We have three types of seats available: Blue plastic, Orange plastic and the rare Tiger Den seats. In the original auction in 2007, only the blue seats and the Tiger Den seats were made available for purchase. The 200 Tiger Den seats sold out within 3 hours. The hard to find Orange seats were not made available to the general public. If you missed out in 2007, now is your… Continue
Added by S&S Seating on March 16, 2009 at 2:26pm —