Visiting every Major League Baseball Stadium
Statixc is back again and this time he is on a great American Bucket List Adventure....the pilgrimage to visit all 30 MLB Stadiums!
Enter Statixc aka John B!
I've only been to 28 of the 30 active parks, with the Atlanta Braves new stadium and the Coors Field in Denver being the last two. Visiting the parks has been a great way to get a slice of Americana as each stadium visit also means checking out another part of our great country. You learn a lot about the locals when you go to a ballgame with them. The trips are also an opportunity to take in local culture, food scene, and museums of these places.
Of the ones I've visited, here are my favorites:
- Fenway Park (Boston) Pictured above - The seats are maybe the least comfortable in the league, but the park has a most iconic wall (how many walls can you name?), a history about as long as baseball itself, and probably the most die-hard baseball fans. There is some indescribable feeling you get from visiting the hallowed space.
And because I can...Tropicana Field in Tampa is the worst stadium I've been to. When I was a kid, the local rec center pool would put up a dome in the winter time. This stadium feels exactly like that. For completists only.
Also I'm hoping to see the Indians and the Nationals in the World Series, as I'd be happy if either team won. My prediction is that we'll see the Dodgers and Indians play for it all.
Are you doing any cool bucket list trips like trying to visit all the MLB stadiums or all the National Parks in the country?
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