Here’s the thing about me: I am a completionist. I need to finish a goal once I’ve started. So now that I’ve committed to seeing all the MLB parks, I plan my annual vacations around baseball. Every summer I head off to a new locale and plan a route that will find me the most baseball stadiums along the way. As a result I’ve been to 17 of the current MLB stadiums, with a handful of new ones to come this summer.
This means I’ve seen some of the most loved (Dodger Stadium, Oracle Park) and the most loathed (Oakland Coliseum, Tropicana Field — which I will defend to the death). I’ve had incredible experiences, and some less incredible ones. But each stadium is its own unique beast.
In this week’s FanPost Friday, we want to know what your most unique, exciting, or downright terrible experiences visiting a different stadium have been. Were the fans amazing, the view incredible (I see you, PNC Park).
Head over to the FanPost section, select “New FanPost” on the left and share with us the standout memories you have of heading to different stadiums around the country.