The Streak ended at 30 MLB Parks in 23 calendar days!!
I broke my old record of 24 days by being-Fastest to see all 30 MLB parks in 23 days from April 6th to 28th!
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Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Writer and @chuckbooth3024 on twitter)- The road baseball games are done for the year. Sure I will still see about 5-6 more games at Safeco Field, but nothing beats going to games on the road! It is has been 10 days since I officially broke my own Guinness Book of World Record by going to all 30 MLB Parks in 23 days. After the streak, I decided to slowly wane myself off of baseball by watching another 5 games in 4 Parks during 8 days. Those parks were Citizens Bank Ball Park, Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium and Citi Field for 2 games. We are talking about 4 awesome places to watch baseball. Lest we forget the Season Opener I also went to at Citi in case of a retro-active decision. Read the rest of this entry
Friday March.23, 2012
Travel Blog: #10
Articles @ MLB Reports # 27
Days to GWR Attempt:15
Douglas ‘Chuck’ Booth (Baseball Writer and @chuckbooth3024 on twitter)- This wasn’t my topic that I was going to write about today but I felt it is so necessary to warn travelers on the pitfalls of PayPal and StubHub if they don’t know how to use their financial institutions properly. First off, I am not bemoaning either of these entities. Both offer a great service to the public. This is just a cautionary tale. When you have done extensive traveling such as I have you pretty much encounter everything, this is a kind of parallelism to the great game of baseball. I have been overcharged, had entire flight itineraries be cancelled because of a simple date error. Again I digress off topic, we can pick up on some of those on another day.
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Monday March 19, 2012
‘Douglas Chuck Booth’ (Baseball Writer and @chuckbooth3024 on twitter)- In 2007, MLB Opening Week experienced massive snowstorms along the Eastern Seaboard. Several teams had to cancel games and reschedule them for later in the year. I happened to have a bought a car near London, Ontario that I was driving all the way across America to return to Vancouver B.C Canada that week. As I was visiting baseball parks, they were being snowed out. I tried for the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati only for it to have been snowed out. I extended my trip by a day to make up the game in Cincy. I watched the game in a snow storm. I then went to Cleveland to try my luck at Progressive Field. By the time I made it to the park, it was under a foot of snow. I had been hoping to see a doubleheader with the Seattle Mariners being the away team. Not the case, at least I parked at the Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame and had something to do in Cleveland instead of watching baseball. Read the rest of this entry