We now have 128 minor league baseball reviews up on the site. By the end of the season we should top the 150 mark, and next season I hope we'll have a review of each affiliated park. Come by and tell us about your favorite minor league park.
Added by Paul Swaney (19) on August 30, 2011 at 2:26pm — No Comments
Thanks for taking the time to read this...
Over a period of five years, my two best friends and I toured all 30 of the Major League Stadiums. Since the end of our stadium tour, we have visited one baseball venue each of the last four years. In the meantime, I was also able to compile notes, pictures and experiences. I wrapped them up in this neat little package that I like to call: A bLISTful Five Years: The Baseball Stadium Tour.
Aside from discussion…Continue
Added by Todd Franiuk on August 22, 2011 at 8:24pm — No Comments
Another spectacular ballpark in Utah, Home of the Owlz in Orem. The facility itself isn't quite as nice as the ones in Ogden and Salt Lake (the team doesn't own it, a university does, the team is a tenant), but the view of the mountains is great. This is the only ballpark in the minors that does not serve alcohol. You can check out my full report…Continue
Added by Matt Nelson (35) on August 18, 2011 at 9:23pm — No Comments
Added by Tom Elkins on August 18, 2011 at 11:25am — No Comments
I was searching ballpark maps and came across this...pretty cool to keep updating
all the ballparks you've been to....as well as your favorite....last visited and next
Added by Randy on August 14, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
Let Me Know What You Got !
NHL Stadiums i've seen a game in 10 of 30
1. Toronto Maple Leafs - Air Canada Center and old Maple Leaf Gardens
2. Montreal Canadiens - Bell Centre
3. Ottawa Senators - Scotia Bank Place
4. Buffalo Sabres - HSBC Arena
5. Carolina Hurricanes - RBC Center
6. Tampa Bay Lightning - St Pete Times Forum and old Tropicana Field
7. Detroit Red Wings - Joe Louis Arena
8. Colorado Avalanche -…Continue
Added by Matt Nelson (35) on August 10, 2011 at 5:00am — No Comments
Hello fellow travelers. I love the community that has been built here and I find myself coming back every week to see what's new.
Writing today because I am looking for more stadium reviewers to join my team over at Stadium Journey. We now have 45 writers based in 11 different countries, on 6 continents. I am especially interested in anyone who loves stadium travel in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
Drop me a line at…Continue
Added by Paul Swaney (19) on August 9, 2011 at 9:22pm — No Comments
This is my last posting of ballparks visited in 2010.
We were up in New York for other reasons, so checked out which team was in town – Mets, against the Twins – and planned to go. I liked the Citibank Field space a lot, good place to walk around – from the subway you enter through a two story rotunda (main concourse is up an escalator) that is dedicated to Jackie Robinson, with lots of pictures and quotes, quite touching. Other aspects of the park are tributes to Ebbetts Field and…Continue
Added by Mary (17) on August 7, 2011 at 6:46pm — No Comments
Hey, I'm putting together a vacation to San Diego for next April or May. I will easily be visiting PETCO, but wondered how difficult will it be to also squeeze in Anaheim. I will be relying heavily on public transportation, and can stay the night of the game in Anaheim.
I see the Amtrak is a viable option, but how difficult will it be to then go from Anaheim Station to the Park?
Thanks in advance for all responses.
Okay, now I wanna share something with ya'll. I just got engaged, Hooray! Now the wheels are in motion, moving in, marriage, honeymoon, etc. Most of my offseason will be busy. Here's the thing, she's been to the 12 of 13 ballparks I have been to, the exception being Citi Field. She supports and enjoys our trips, because they are not only a ballpark trips, we make them vacations. I buy the tickets and hotels, she is responsible for finding other things to do. Therefore, if we see a game…Continue
I know this is a long way away, but anyone planning on attending the 2012 All Star Game? It is going to be held on Tuesday, July 10th at the newly renovated Kauffman Stadium. Tickets will go on sale someone in early 2012.
AutoZone Park in Memphis is the most impressive of the 44 minor league parks I've been to. Not necessarily my favorite, but the most impressive, it feels like you're at a big league game. Nice downtown location. Check it out in my "Ballparks of the Midwest"…Continue
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