Guaranteed Rate Field (I still call it Comiskey)
Home of the Chicago White Sox

New Comiskey Park (or Comiskey Park II, formerly US Cellular Field, now, if you must, Guaranteed Rate Field) opened April 18, 1991 and was renamed in 2003 and has a seating capacity of 40,615.
More info about New Comiskey Park

Me at Game 1 of the 2005 World Series. You can’t see it, but my left foot was in a walking boot and I was freezing my toes off. It was WELL worth it! Sox won the game and the World Series! WOO HOO!!!

This is me with the Guys (Eric, Craig A, Joe Joe, Ed, and Craig L) in a Suite at Comiskey on a rainy night in Sept 2007. It was Craig L’s birthday present from his dad, he got to bring friends…Wiper! (you had to be there).

Dennis and I at Comiskey during the 2009 Midwest Dodger Tour (with a West Coast swing). White Sox won that day. :-). June 24, 2009 Sox 10, Dodgers 7.

My US Cellular Field shirt, the name that preceded Guaranteed Rate Field.

Progressive Field
Home of the Cleveland Indians

Progressive Field, formerly known as Jacobs Field, opened April 4, 1994, was renamed in 2008 and has a seating capacity of 45,199.
More info about Progressive Field

Day game of a doubleheader Indians v White Sox during the 4 city Road Trip. Club seats were great. All you can eat and all you can drink (pop) included. I ate lots of popcorn and ice cream. 🙂 May 7, 2012, Mom of course, was taking the picture.

Night game of the doubleheader. These seats were even better. Row 3 on the aisle, end of the Sox dugout behind 1st base. Mom and I were on TV even. 🙂 May 7, 2012.

The shirt is a bit of a cop-out, but it was the only shirt in the store that said Progressive Field on it.

Comerica Park
Home of the Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park opened April 11, 2000 and has a seating capacity of 41,782.
More info about Comerica Park

Game 3 of Mom and my Baseball Road Trip! As usual, she’s taking the picture. 🙂 May 6, 2012

T-shirt from Comerica. They actually had 3 different options, I liked this one this best.

Kauffman Stadium
Home of the Kansas City Royals

Kauffman Stadium (formerly known as Royals Stadium) opened April 10, 1973; renamed July 2, 1993 and has a seating capacity of 38,177.
More info about Kauffman Stadium

Dennis and I at Kauffman during the 2011 Barbershop International Convention (at which my bestest buddy Joe Krones won his 1st quartet gold medal with his quartet, Old School!). July 7, 2011 Detroit 3, KC 1.

T-shirt I got at Kauffman. The back has pics too.

Target Field
Home of the Minnesota Twins

Target Field opened April 12, 2010 and has a seating capacity of 39,504.
More info about Target Field.

Mom, Dad, and I at Target Field on Sept 15, 2012. Sox beat the Twinkies 5-3.

I couldn’t find a shirt for Target Field (we even walked to the Target store in downtown Minneapolis and got nothin’), but I did see this hat. I also got a pressed Target Field penny while at the gift store. I felt like when I was a little kid at the museum…