Though it's clear that there are a lot of us with this baseball road trip passion, has anybody ever approached MLB about getting some form of recognition for those who do reach the milestone of getting to every Major League Park?
It seems like something they would consider - we're certainly demonstrating a comitment to their product, we're dropping big bucks in their coffers and we're doing something as quintessentially American as - well "...baseball and apple pie...".
I actually planned to contact Selig's office when we were wrapping up (wrapping up being a figurative term - it's become obvious to me that as long as they keep building ballparks this will NEVER be wrapped up) next year and ask them to send a letter or something that my kids can have for posterity - but if someone already went that route then why "reinvent the wheel"
To be honest, it has occurred to me that this whole baseball road trip phenomena is getting firmly enough established that it might even be something the Hall of Fame would have an interest in. They are supposed to be the keepers of baseball history and this is no small movement. I've met a lot of people on the road with the same quest and NEVER MET ANYONE - avowed baseball fan or not - who when told what I was doing didn't say "...That's so cool - what a great thing to do..."
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