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Old Dec 1st 2006, 9:46 am
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Baseball Tour

I try to take at least a couple baseball trips every year if possible. Last year was San Diego and Minnesota and Cincinati. Arizona and St Louis was the year before. Been to Padres, D'Backs, Rockies, Twins, Cards, Brewers, Reds, White Sox, Yankee ballparks (aside from Wrigley). What's next? any recommendations?
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ummmm is there any left I think would be the next question......lol
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Certainly. I like to get out to the warm parks when they play early in the year. LA maybe San Fran . Been to spring training. Its nice when you're gettin the baseball itch, plus Tempe is close by which is nice.
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I am left handed- so that's good.
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Angels stadium was really nice
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i would say san fran, cant remember the name of the park since they seem to change it every year. with a place called mccovey cove you can't go wrong! wight as well hit seattle while ur over there.
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My dad used to take me on a baseball tour every summer through Jay Buckley's Baseball Tours. Look it up on the internet. It is a great time a chance to see many baseball parks. You don't have to worry about getting tickets, parking, hotels, ect... They take care of all of that for you. The prices are fair. I have been to tons of parks through this tour.

In a couple of years, I want to start taking my son on them when he gets old enough.
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Oriole Park ar Camden Yards is a real nice stadium. I know they do tours (not sure on gameday). There's also the Babe Ruth museum, a few blocks away.
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Ameriquest Field where the Rangers play is a really nice stadium, and so is Minute Maid Park. And at Minute Maid, they got real cheap seat for like 5-10 bucks. They're obviously in the nosebleed section, but if you're feeling cheap, it's the way to go. Also you can get in for cheap at Ameriquest Field if you convince them you're under 13, which me and my friend did a few years ago, even though I was starting to sprout facial hair, and he practicly had a mustache.
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