Home of the Atlanta Braves
Truist Park opened March 31, 2017 and has a seating capacity of 41,084.
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Still on the To Do list…
Home of the Miami Marlins
loanDepot Park (formerly known as Marlins Park) opened April 4, 2012 and has a baseball seating capacity of 37,442.
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Dennis and I at Marlins Park celebrating my 40th Birthday and the 2nd leg of the Coast to Coast Birthday Tour. No shirt though… May 17, 2017 Houston defeated Miami 3-0.
Home of the New York Mets
Citi Field opened April 13, 2009 and has a seating capacity 41,800.
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Dad and I went to Citi Field for my stadium #24. Mom wasn’t feeling up to it and stayed back at the hotel (too much walking in NYC – I hate NYC public transportation!) July 24, 2015 – Dodgers won 7-2.
I was able to find a stadium shirt at Citi Field!
Citizens Bank Ballpark
Home of the Philadelphia Phillies
Citizens Bank Park opened April 3, 2004 and has a seating capacity of 43,647.
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Mom, Dad and I hit Citizens Bank Park on our 2015 Road Trip to PHL and NY. July 22, 2015 Phillies beat the Rays 5-4.
I couldn’t find a shirt with the stadium name on it, so I had to settle for the Liberty Bell.
Home of the Washington Nationals
Nationals Park opened March 30, 2008 and has a seating capacity of 41,888.
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Dennis and I at the Washington Nationals game on July 2, 2010 while in the area for the Barbershop Harmony Society International Convention. Mets beat the Nats 5-3.
Me and a few members of the Wheaton College Mock Trial team when we were in town for the National Tourney. The Nats were playing the Sox (Sox lost) but WCMT finished 9th! April 11, 2013.
I couldn’t find a stadium t-shirt in my first trip to Nationals Park but I was successful on my second trip.