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California Baseball - August/September 2021

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Max Rockatansky:

--- Quote from: jeffandnicole on July 06, 2021, 07:13:40 PM ---I guess the schedule doesn't work out where you can go to San Diego first and then Los Angeles?

I've done a few road trips like this, including being able to hit Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Denver in that order to see the Phillies play in each city.

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We occasionally do the same thing.  We did a whole bunch of games after our wedding so Jessica could see some new ball fields she hasnít been to.  The hardest thing is chaining games without having to backtrack somewhere because a team isnít at home field.

jeffandnicole:

--- Quote from: Max Rockatansky on July 06, 2021, 07:20:25 PM ---
--- Quote from: jeffandnicole on July 06, 2021, 07:13:40 PM ---I guess the schedule doesn't work out where you can go to San Diego first and then Los Angeles?

I've done a few road trips like this, including being able to hit Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Denver in that order to see the Phillies play in each city.

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We occasionally do the same thing.  We did a whole bunch of games after our wedding so Jessica could see some new ball fields she hasnít been to.  The hardest thing is chaining games without having to backtrack somewhere because a team isnít at home field.

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While I try seeing the Phillies in my loose quest to visit every ballpark, I've seen games in San Diego, Tampa Bay, Toronto and the Yankees Stadium where the Phillies weren't playing.

In the San Fran area, it's tough to see all 3 ballparks at one time, as usually at least 1 of the teams in the region usually aren't playing at home. Tough to align everything up where each team comes home for a series while one is out there!

hobsini2:
When my brother lived in New York, every summer i would drive out there and we would do an East Coast baseball trip. Usually getting in 5 or 6 games. Loved Fenway. Hated Old Yankee. Shea was better. Philly and Baltimore were fun. Unfortunately, we never did get down to DC.  We also saw plenty of Brooklyn Cyclones and Connecticut Defenders games too.

cabiness42:
I used to have a goal of visiting every MLB ballpark, but so many of the ones I've been to have been replaced that I gave up on that.

I've been to now-closed ballparks in New York, Washington, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Minnesota, Houston and Arlington and have only been to the replacements in Washington, Cincinnati and Chicago. Going to Milwaukee in a couple weeks, though.

hobsini2:

--- Quote from: cabiness42 on July 07, 2021, 03:11:55 PM ---I used to have a goal of visiting every MLB ballpark, but so many of the ones I've been to have been replaced that I gave up on that.

I've been to now-closed ballparks in New York, Washington, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Minnesota, Houston and Arlington and have only been to the replacements in Washington, Cincinnati and Chicago. Going to Milwaukee in a couple weeks, though.

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Out of the MLB parks, I have been to...
Ballpark In Arlington (Tex)
New Busch (StL)
Camden Yards (Balt)
Citizens Bank Ballpark (Phil)
Comerica Park (Det)
Old Comiskey (CWS)
New Comiskey (CWS)
County Stadium (Milw)
Coors (Colo)
Fenway (Bos)
Metrodome (Minn)
Miller Park (Milw)
Riverfront (Cin)
Shea (NYM)
Target Field (Minn)
Wrigley (CHC)
Old Yankee (NYY)

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