The biggest thing that jumped out through all of this was just how empty the city was. It was almost as if we’re living in a post ‘Thanos snap’ world. Traveling in age of COVID.
The worst thing about buying tickets through an app? No, it’s not the fees, it’s that you don’t get a physical ticket! I got tired of waiting for StubHub and MLB to come up with a solution and made my own damn ticket! You can too, with this easy, free, and no strings attached download!
From Dodgertown “BFE” to taking on The Big Unit in Arizona! Another ‘Stadium Series’ entry!
We didn’t know it when we left Dallas, but we knew it when we arrived in Houston. Hurricane Katrina was a regional disaster.
You could argue that without Ichiro Suzuki, the World Baseball Classic would not exist. Which is why it’s the perfect place for Ichiro’s swan song.
It all kicks off tomorrow: #MLBSpringBreak! My wife laughed out loud when I suggested the original #MLBSummerBreak concept last winter.
There isn’t a better network for original sports programming than the MLB Network, and that’s where MLB Summer Break comes in!
There were rumors that Fenway was next, or maybe Wrigley, and less than 10 years later it was Yankee Stadium, but the first to go was in Detroit.
“How do you get your wife to be OK with you seeing so many parks?!” Here are my MLB travel tips for the married man!
Kansas City is one of the BBQ hubs of America. Don’t miss this rundown of places to eat while visiting!
Where is everybody? What’s holding you as Mariners fans back from coming to the game? Is it the team?