Greetings everyone. in august we are taking a baseball trip. we are going to see the Orioles, Phillies,Pirates and Nats. I was wondering if someone could give me some advice on things to do between Philladelphia and Pittsburgh. We would be driving from Philly to Pittsburgh on a saturday and we have half a day to kill between cities. Any suggestions?
Inside Fenway Park – Arty 84 Baseball Park Reviews
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Since I've seen other people posting about this book, I thought I'd post my progress list.....
This list comes from the book "The Baseball Fan's Bucket List. 162 Things you must see, do, get & experience before you die." by Robert and Jenna Santelli. It'll take my whole life to finish it, but I'm working on it. (X)-denotes I've completed the action.
1. (X)-Take a Baseball Road Trip
2. (X)-Visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum (Cooperstown. NY)
I'm going out to visit Coors Field for the first time in September for the Red Sox series. It's the final homestand of the year for the Rockies. I wanted to see if anyone could offer advice as to where to sit? There's limited quantity for seats left through the Rockies, so I am trying to buy early (unless I find a season ticket holder willing to sell). I'd like to hear your thoughts on the best place to sit, or if the sections I was considering are good. The most reasonable ones left on the…Continue
Greetings Chasers. My wife and I are headed to Texas in 2 weeks to catch Rangers/Red Sox Friday and Astros/Tigers Saturday. These will be our 17th & 18th parks and are very excited. Just looking for any must do experiences around those parks and in between from those of you with Texas experience. Time is limited as we are flying into Ft Worth Friday afternoon and out of Houston Sunday morning. Thanks for any dining, drinking, & experience suggestions!
My apologies if you've already read my post on the Chasers' facebook group page but I figured there are probably quite a few who aren't all that into the whole facebook thing.
Hope everyone is enjoying the young 2013 season.
I'm heading out to the West Coast in a couple of months and am looking to take in games at both AT&T Park and Safeco Field. I'd really appreciate if anyone can give me some info on either of those ballparks, and am particularly interested in where is best…
Let me get one thing out there right now. I love Stubhub. It's singlehandedly revolutionized the secondary market for event ticket sales. I no longer am forced to endure the unpleasant experience of haggling with nefarious characters in dark alleys for overpriced tickets that may or may not allow me entrance into the stadium when I walk up to the gate. In this day and age of electronic ticket scanners, I'd go as far as to say the security of Stubhub is an absolute necessity for the baseball…Continue
Besides the visits to current Major League ballparks, I have been fortunate to have visited many of the lost ballparks over my lifetime.
My first ballgame was between the Pirates and Redlegs (as they were known in the 1950s) at old Crosley Field in Cincinnati in 1953, the Redlegs winning 9-2. The following year my family moved to the Washington, DC area and I saw my first of many games at Griffith Stadium. Two games really stand out in my memory. The first one was in 1956 between the…Continue
Well 2 weeks into the season and have had an oppurtunity to get to 3 parks between April 4th and April 9th. Started off the trip in Chicago on April 4th at US Cellular (first time at this park). Then followed it up with Mets game at Citi Field on April 7th and then again seeing the Mets in Philadelphia at Citizens Bank Park. Working on next trip but may just go to a few minor league parks during a long weekend.
Here are my rankings for every stadium that I've seen. It's purely subjective, but I based these rankings on architecture, atmosphere, how well they fit within the city they are in, and overall history...
1. PNC Park (Pittsburgh, PA)
2. PETCO Park (San Diego, CA)
3. Busch Stadium III (St. Louis, MO)
4. Busch Stadium II (St. Louis, MO)
5. Wrigley Field (Chicago, IL)
6. Target Field (Minneapolis,…Continue
Added by Michael J. Torson on April 14, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
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
This year our trip is to see the Nats v. Mets at Nationals Park and Orioles v. Red Sox at Camden Yards.
A couple of years ago I don't think I would have been too excited to see the Orioles or Nationals but if they are as good as last year, this should be a good trip. I have already been to Camden Yards and got to see Eddie Murray hit his 501st home run. I can't wait to get back and show my kids - I absolutely loved the ballpark experience there. I think the boys will love the Babe…Continue
Greetings from the Infrequent Blogger! Last year, 2012, was a banner year for me in that I visited three parks I'd never been to before -- Turner Field, Petco Park and Dodger Stadium. At this rate, I should make it to all the parks by sometime in 2025.
This year, by contrast, I have only O.co (Oakland) Coliseum on the docket a a new ballpark for my list. However, I'm doing a repeat visit to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (last there in 2011), and also to AT&T Park in San Francisco,…Continue