Home of the Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field opened April 23, 1914; the Cubs started playing there in 1916 and it has a seating capacity of 41,649.
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Dennis and I at Wrigley during the 2009 Midwest Dodger Tour (with a West Coast swing). We were there for the Dodgers v Cubs ESPN Sunday night game. Dodgers won. I am a White Sox fan and refuse to buy a Wrigley Field shirt… May 31, 2009 Dodgers 8, Cubs 2.
Great American Ball Park
Home of the Cincinnati Reds
Great American Ball Park opened March 31, 2003 and has a seating capacity of 42,471.
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Me at The Great American Ballpark on the way to the Barbershop Harmony Society International Convention in Nashville. June 20, 2008 Reds defeated the Pirates 4-3.
My shirt from that trip.
American Family Field Park
Home of the Milwaukee Brewers
American Family Field (formerly known as Miller Park) opened April 6, 2001 and has a seating capacity of 41,900.
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Sandy, Dennis, and I at Miller Park as part of the 2009 Midwest Dodger Tour (with a West Coast swing). This was actually my 2nd visit to Miller Park.
This t-shirt, however, I bought on my 1st trip to Miller Park when I went on a road trip with Kevin and Neil.
Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates
PNC Park opened March 31, 2001 and has a seating capacity of 38,496.
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Mom and I in the Pirates dugout during what turned out to be a private tour of PNC Park. We took the 10am tour and were the only ones, so we got 2 tour guides to ourselves. My hawkeye colors allowed me to blend right in. 🙂 May 4, 2012 Reds defeated Pittsburgh 6-1.
The only non-black & gold shirt in the entire team shop. So disappointing. :'(
Home of the St. Louis Cardinals
Busch Stadium opened April 10, 2006 and had a seating capacity for baseball of 45,494.
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Dennis and I during a rain delay before the start of the Dodgers v Cardinals game on July 28, 2009.
I bought this shirt when Dennis and I went to New Busch for the Dodgers v Cardinals series as part of the 2009 Midwest Dodger Tour. You can’t see it too well in this picture but there is a sketch of the ball park on the shirt.