Posts Tagged: MLB

GNABRT Day 87 (really 75) – Eight is enough

It’s finally arrived.  Almost.  Nearly.  Just about. The final game of the Great North American Baseball Road Trip is tomorrow (Sunday, August 23rd) at Marlins Park in Miami.  Once the game is complete, I will have finished my (now) nearly three-month voyage to every baseball park in the major leagues to watch a game. In… Read more »

GNABRT Day 68 & 69 (combo) – Braving the home run

We bring you a double-header in today’s Great North American Baseball Road Trip blog post.  First, we catch up with the Braves game from yesterday that ended so late I could not get to the post.  Then we talk about the return to the GNABRT roots.  In both cases, “home run” played a critical role…. Read more »

GNABRT Day 54 (retro) – By George, a Capital idea!

Yesterday’s Great North American Baseball Road Trip was a travel day, so it really didn’t need to be squeezed in last night.  I may still consider another blog after tonight’s game, if time and energy support the idea. It was a long trip from Toronto to Georgetown, but not as long as originally estimated.  What… Read more »

GNABRT Day 44 (retro) – Cubs play, fans pay

Owing to the post-1 AM arrival in Cleveland, yesterday’s blog appears today! The trip to Chicago for the Great North American Baseball Road Trip’s visit to Wrigley Field had many snarls and snags, none of which had anything to do with the driving, which was surprisingly painless. First on the list of mishaps was my… Read more »

GNABRT Day 39 – Red faced

Oh, so many ways that applies.  Let’s start with the obvious and leave the rest for the Miscellany section. The Great North American Baseball Road Trip left for the Great American Ball Park, home of the Cincinnati Reds and this year’s All-Star game. It’s easy to see why the MLB granted them the game.  The… Read more »