Posts by Home Run On Wheels

No 30: Busch Stadium in St. Louis

Of all the stadiums we saw in 2018, Busch Stadium was the one we knew the best. Patti and Ron both lived in St. Louis for several years. Patti’s 17 years in St. Louis is the reason she became a Cardinals fan after being apathetic toward baseball for most of her childhood near Peoria, Ill.…

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No. 29: Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City

When Kauffman Stadium opened in 1973, it had one of the largest scoreboards in all of sports. That scoreboard got a huge upgrade in 2006, when one of baseball’s older stadiums underwent significant renovations. The scoreboard was transformed into one of the largest LED Jumbotrons in the world, complete with a royal crown. The backside…

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No. 28: Globe Life Park in Arlington

We felt very welcome at Globe Life Park — quite literally. The Texas Rangers were the only Major League Baseball team to recognize Home Run On Wheels on their stadium message board. We were included among the visiting groups and our group consisted of Ron, Patti, Ron’s mom Karen, her husband Marc, and their friends Pete…

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No. 27: Minute Maid Park in Houston

We saw two games in Houston after extending our stay in America’s fourth-largest city so we could take Holmes to his third MLB game of the season. The original plan was to head up toward the Dallas area Labor Day weekend and go to a Texas Rangers game on Sept. 1. But when we saw…

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