It’s a lifetime goal of mine to see a baseball game in every MLB stadium. Over the years, some stadiums have come and others have gone, but the adventure of seeing them all brings together all of the things that I love about the game of baseball. Each stadium offers it’s own unique experience, but the ballpark has been created to provide something for everyone, from die-hard fan to child coming to his or her first game. Moneyball says it best… How can you not be romantic about the game of baseball?
Angel Stadium- Anaheim Angels AT&T Park- San Francisco Giants 2012, 2013 Busch Stadium- St. Louis Cardinals 2014 Chase Field- Arizona Diamondbacks 2010 Citi Field- New York Mets 2013 Citizens Bank Park- Philadelphia Phillies 2013 Comerica Park- Detroit Tigers 2016 Coors Field- Colorado Rockies 2013 Dodger Stadium- LA Dodgers 2013 Fenway Park- Boston Red Sox 2012, 2013 Great American Ball Park- Cincinnati Reds 2013, 2014 Kauffman Stadium- KC Royals Marlins Park- Miami Marlins Aug 2017 Miller Park- Milwaukee Brewers 2016 MInute Made Park- Houston Astros 2006 Nationals Park- Washington Nationals 2012, 2013 Oriole Park at Camden Yards- Baltimore Orioles 2013 Petco Park- San Diego Padres 2008 PNC Park- Pittsburgh Pirates 2008 Progressive Field- Cleveland Indians 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008,2010 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington- Texas Rangers 2008
Rogers Centre- Toronto Blue Jays
Safeco Field- Seattle Mariners 2014 Target Field- Minnesota Twins 2016 Tiger Stadium – Detroit Tigers (Old) Tropicana Field- Tampa Bay Rays (Aug 2017) Turner Field- Atlanta Braves 2012, 2013 US Cellular Field-Chicago White Sox 2015 Wrigley Field- Chicago Cubs- 2002, 2015 Yankees Stadium- New York Yankees – 2012
Attend the World Series Game 3, 2016
SunTrust Stadium, Atlanta