No. 20: Safeco Field in Seattle

Ron and Patti often talk about how they like to check out a ballpark from multiple angles. This time, we took it to a new level, or should we say all the levels. We participated in the Goodwill Refuse To Abuse 5K , a unique 3.1 mile fun run/walk that takes you around every level of Safeco…

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No. 19: Coors Field in Denver

You won’t find many places in Major League Baseball with a better view than Coors Field. As we watched the sun set over the Rocky Mountains from the upper deck — in the Mile High Row — Patti remarked that it was the “best view” in all of baseball. It’s hard to argue. Coors Field became one…

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No. 18: Target Field in Minneapolis

Home Run On Wheels saw a pair of games at the home of the Minnesota Twins, whose logo hints at the namesake Twin Cities. No, that is not a Chicago Bears “C” wrapped around the Twins “T”, and it’s probably not a good idea to bring that up in Minnesota. As you approach Target Field…

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No. 17: Miller Park in Milwaukee

Miller Park is one of most uniquely designed stadiums in baseball. The radial geometry retractable roof, considered a technological wonder when the stadium was built in 2001, opens like a fan to expose the diamond and was the first of its kind anywhere. The Brewers have made several upgrades to the stadium since it was…

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No. 16: Wrigley Field in Chicago

Wrigley Field is one of the most iconic stadiums in all of Major League Baseball and every fan should see it at least once. That doesn’t mean it’s a great stadium. Cubs owner Tom Ricketts has placed more of an effort to build up the area around Wrigley — known as Wrigleyville — than he has on…

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