Originally posted by neonpeon41 How many stadiums have you visited and watched an MLB game? Please list, if you are able.
Skydome, Wrigley, Comisky (U.S. Cellular), Miller Park, HHH Metrodome, Old Busch, Great American, Comerica, PNC, Ballpark at Arlington, Minute Maid, and Jacobs Field.
Names are listed as they were at the time of the game.
This summer: Yankee Stadium and Shea. Almost halfway there...
Wrigley, Comisky, Miller Park (Milwaukee), Yankee Stadium, and Shea. Driven past the ones in Philly and Baltimore. I've been to minor league games in Syracuse and Tucson and spring training games in Tucson. (The only spring training anyone could do in Syracuse would be for ice hockey!)
Originally posted by slimjim I have been to everyone but Seattle's (this year) and the new one in Washington. Hope to get to see a game there also.
safeco field is amazing! you should really check it out.. old meets new, nice style, dimensions, city views, seating views, price isnt that bad.. i like to try to get to row 1 of the left field bleachers, homeruns get there now and then and you look straight down into the bullpen.. really good pen view! its not as bad as view to homeplate as one would think..
you guys might find this article of interest. i personally find the new ballparks appealing, but the price of tickets appalling. i can scarcely afford to take my family to a major league game. my sons get their exposure to baseball through tv, radio and the local minor league park ($6 dollar field box tickets).