No. 15: Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago

Guaranteed Rate Field may have a terrible logo to be placed on a baseball stadium with a red downward arrow, but the stadium itself isn’t bad. It’s not one of MLB’s great stadiums, but the home of the Chicago White Sox has excellent food, wonderful tributes to the franchise’s history, and some interesting attributes we…

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No. 14: Comerica Park in Detroit

Even before we entered Comerica Park, we were impressed. The stadium has some of the most decorative gates in Major League Baseball. The main gate is flanked by two giant bats and four prowling tigers. In front of the gate is another giant tiger statue, which is a popular photo spot for visitors. Making this…

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Stadium 12: Progressive Field in Cleveland

Cleveland does indeed rock. Patti and Ron both enjoyed Progressive Field, the city, and the surrounding area. It seems that Cleveland gets a bad rap, but the city itself is indeed progressive with hip neighborhoods, a thriving restaurant scene and quaint waterfront. ACCESSIBILITY: Patti says:   (3 RVs) Parking at Progressive Field is affordable with…

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Stadium 11: PNC Park in Pittsburgh

PNC Park lives up to the hype. Before we arrived in Pittsburgh, we had been told by several people that PNC Park was one of the best stadiums in baseball — if not the best. It didn’t disappoint. The views from the stadium are phenomenal with the city’s downtown and the Roberto Clemente Bridge as the…

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