I love baseball and you may have seen some of my posts about MLB ballparks, including my favorite Angels Stadium. As a huge fan, it has always been a dream to get to see the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. in October of 2015, my dream came true! We had a great time there and I will never forget our trip. Apparently many other people also enjoy this museum as there are approximately 300,000 visitors each year. incredible. Continue reading “The Baseball Hall of Fame – Cooperstown, New York”
Welcome to Miller Park!
Milwaukee was buzzing with excitement on Opening Day April 6, 2001, as Miller Park was officially open for business. More than a decade of planning and four and a half years of construction culminated into the Brewers’ new state-of-the-art home. The signature fan-shaped convertible roof, a color replay board measuring 48 feet wide and 37 feet tall on top of a matrix scoreboard measuring 76-feet by 32-feet, and four choices of front-row seats on four different levels. Continue reading “Miller Park and home of the Milwaukee Brewers – Milwaukee, Wisconsin”