The SF Giants were among the 20+ ballclubs that donated tickets to the thirty27 project. They didn't give up cheapies either, sitting the thirty27 team in the 3rd row behind the Giants' bullpen mound. ****
Game notes from SF....
----Edgar Renteria (my main man from Colombia and my AL all-star vote getter), tallied his 2,000th career hit.
----Marcus Thames blasted a 450ft homerun.
----This was Josh's first visit to AT&T… Continue
Added by Thirty26(42) on June 18, 2008 at 11:00am —
Josh and the thirty27 team were swarmed early last night, interviewing with KOMO tv in Seattle. Josh talked about the trip and all the pretzels he'll be eating along the way. Josh is known to survive on an all-carb and grain diet.
Some game notes from Seattle....
--Josh was nearly ejected from the stadium after being accused of videotaping game action by a security guard.
--Then in the fifth inning, it was actually thirty27… Continue
Added by Thirty26(42) on June 17, 2008 at 11:30am —
Josh arrived in Seattle, WA by plane on Sunday morning. He will not get on another plane until he has seen a game at all 30 ballparks in a record-setting 26 days, starting tonight at Safeco Field. He met Ken, the first of many people who will join him on this quest. They picked up their sweet rental car, a Pontiac Grand Am I believe (sorry guys, but Pontiacs are girls cars, it's a fact), and will be using this rental car to drive to each ballpark.
During my pre-trip interview with… Continue
Added by Thirty26(42) on June 16, 2008 at 5:05pm —
Hi, my name is Josh Robbins. I thought you might be interested in my world record attempt starting June 16th in Seattle, WA.
Local Pursues a New World Record – 30 Major League Games in 27 Days and Benefit Area Little League
Hawthorne, Calif., May 5, 2008 – One man will strive to set another world record this summer. South Bay resident Josh Robbins, with help from his friends and family, will drive… Continue
Added by Thirty26(42) on June 6, 2008 at 10:30am —
Since I am new to this site I will provide some background about my ballpark chase.
I have always been a baseball fan, but the idea of seeing all 30 Major League ballparks didnt cross my mind until a road trip to Minneapolis with 3 friends in August of 1995. Hey what a great idea! Its taken many years to do this but I have to arrange trips around work! I also have put together a scrapbook that contains pictures of each park and city, a game ticket, team schedule, and photo of each… Continue
Added by SteveHarvill(30/43) on May 26, 2008 at 12:00pm —
I returned to the place of my birth yesterday. Not my actual birth, my baseball birth. The place of actual birth was a hospital that doesn’t exist any more across the street from the Madison Square Garden that doesn’t exist any more. Soon, this Yankee Stadium, the home of my baseball birth won’t exist any more either.
I shed no tears. I was there with my wife, the Boston Red Sox fan (we live two miles from Fenway Park), my eldest daughter, who now lives in the City, and my… Continue
Added by Craig (16) on May 8, 2008 at 10:33pm —
Stayed tuned for the next release on ballparkchasers.com! Features will include an easy way to create your own Ballpark Chasers Road Map
. This is a customizable Google map to help you track the stadiums in which you have visited (see the homepage for an example). Also coming soon is the Ballpark Chasers Stadium Guide
. This will include suggestions on where to buy tickets, park, eat and any local attractions to see while traveling on your baseball trips. Feel free to email us at… Continue
Added by Craig (16) on April 25, 2008 at 12:29am —
In case you missed Thursday night’s game between the Padres and Rockies...check out the scoreboard for the summary.
Added by Craig (16) on April 18, 2008 at 11:25pm —
Tuesday, April 15th, Major League Baseball will recognize the anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier. Lets also not forget the work of Larry Doby, AL's first African American ballplayer as well as the hundreds of other Negro League players that paved the way for Jackie to be given the opportunity to be the first.…
Added by Craig (16) on April 10, 2008 at 11:56pm —
This idea comes from sportswriter Woody Paige. Pick a letter of the alphabet, and then pick players whose last names start with that letter, and form your all-star team.
For example: let's use letter M.
Take it from there!
Added by John Sears (1) on April 9, 2008 at 5:00pm —
I spent my childhood in two places: up until I was five years old, we lived in Lyons Colorado; then from five years old on up and, I lived in Longmont Colorado. Both sets of grandparents lived in Brush, Colorado when I was a child. Periodically, just like every other family, we would make the pilgrimage 90 miles northeast to Brush to see Grandma and Grandpa. My grandpa Biggin grew up in Cassville, Wisconsin and my grandpa Sears grew up in Springfield, Illinois, so they were both huge Cubs fans,… Continue
Added by John Sears (1) on April 5, 2008 at 11:30am —
Ballparkchasers.com is officially live and open to the public! Help our community grow by inviting your friends and family to join our site. You can also spread the word by displaying a badge on your MySpace page. See the bottom of the homepage with the link “Get your own Ballpark Chasers Badge” for details.
See you at the ballpark!
Added by Craig (16) on March 31, 2008 at 12:05am —
Friends and Family,
Thanks for taking the time to stop by and contributing to our beta test. I look forward to your thoughts, suggestions, friend referrals and any user problems or errors. Feel free to start posting pictures, videos, adding groups and writing blogs! Phase 1 of the website is by invitation only. We look to go live by MLB’s opening day and allow the public to join! Stay tuned for Phase II of the site, including a customizable map and stadium guide… Continue
Added by Craig (16) on March 10, 2008 at 7:31pm —
Wondering what the (14) means after my name? Well, its how many MLB stadiums I have seen. When you are logged in, go to "my page" up top, click on "my settings" on the right side of the page and edit your name so it reads the number of Major League Stadiums you have visited!
Added by Craig (16) on March 10, 2008 at 6:27pm —