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  • Tropicana Field (5/30) - I tried garlic fries with crab meat and almost got eaten by a ray! Red Sox beat the Rays 3-1.

#tropicanafield #mlbstadiumtour
  • Tropicana Field (5/30) - I tried garlic fries with crab meat and almost got eaten by a ray! Red Sox beat the Rays 3-1.

    #tropicanafield #mlbstadiumtour
  • 6 0 18 June, 2019

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  • Catching the Reds plays is a great way to end my Indiana-Ohio adventure! Also, checking another stadium off of my list 6/30! #cincinnattireds #mlbstadiumtour
  • Catching the Reds plays is a great way to end my Indiana-Ohio adventure! Also, checking another stadium off of my list 6/30! #cincinnattireds #mlbstadiumtour
  • 53 2 17 June, 2019

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  • After 2 stadium visits, Citizens Bank Park- @phillies, and Sun Trust Park- @braves I have to give the definite edge to CBP. 
Citizens definitely has the edge as far as logistics. Moving around the stadium, as well as the parking situation(wow is it bad in Atlanta) is much better in Philly. 
Food also goes to CBP....not even close. Food taste and quality aside, at SunTrust a souvenir soft drink cup cost $7. It is not even served with a lid. A girl in front of me sat down and her hair went into the soda, then she started playing with her hair and particles were falling into it. On top of that if you go to get a refill, they charge you full price, so I just paid $7 for another souvenir cup.

As far as family friendly environment, and things to do OUTSIDE the stadium, SunTrust slightly wins this one. There is a green turf field used for kids to take wiffle ball batting practice with a dj, and the Braves have a very cool drum line which plays before and after the game, there are also multiple stores and restaurants. CBP has Xfinity Live but that's definitely not family oriented.

Once inside the stadium, Citizens wins the kids "stuff to do" category hands down. Citizens has "The Yard". Enough said. Wiffle ball field, rock climbing wall, radar gun, ice cream bar, kids specific food choices, VR home run derby and more.

At SunTrust one thing I did notice is there is a cool seating area in right field where a wall would be in most stadiums. Here, there is a fence with a clear field level view.

I do have to make a disclaimer that I have seen many more games at CBP but the way the stadium is designed at SunTrust, it is hard to make your way around to see everything.

PS....."The Chop" is so 90s, leave it there 😉

#philadelphiaphillies #atlantabraves #mlb #citizensbankpark #suntrustpark #mlbstadiumtour
  • After 2 stadium visits, Citizens Bank Park- @phillies, and Sun Trust Park- @braves I have to give the definite edge to CBP.
    Citizens definitely has the edge as far as logistics. Moving around the stadium, as well as the parking situation(wow is it bad in Atlanta) is much better in Philly.
    Food also goes to CBP....not even close. Food taste and quality aside, at SunTrust a souvenir soft drink cup cost $7. It is not even served with a lid. A girl in front of me sat down and her hair went into the soda, then she started playing with her hair and particles were falling into it. On top of that if you go to get a refill, they charge you full price, so I just paid $7 for another souvenir cup.

    As far as family friendly environment, and things to do OUTSIDE the stadium, SunTrust slightly wins this one. There is a green turf field used for kids to take wiffle ball batting practice with a dj, and the Braves have a very cool drum line which plays before and after the game, there are also multiple stores and restaurants. CBP has Xfinity Live but that's definitely not family oriented.

    Once inside the stadium, Citizens wins the kids "stuff to do" category hands down. Citizens has "The Yard". Enough said. Wiffle ball field, rock climbing wall, radar gun, ice cream bar, kids specific food choices, VR home run derby and more.

    At SunTrust one thing I did notice is there is a cool seating area in right field where a wall would be in most stadiums. Here, there is a fence with a clear field level view.

    I do have to make a disclaimer that I have seen many more games at CBP but the way the stadium is designed at SunTrust, it is hard to make your way around to see everything.

    PS....."The Chop" is so 90s, leave it there 😉

    #philadelphiaphillies #atlantabraves #mlb #citizensbankpark #suntrustpark #mlbstadiumtour
  • 12 1 17 June, 2019
  • Dodgers Stadium today! When I think of LA, I think of traffic so I should have expected the crazy amount of traffic getting into the stadium BUT 45 minutes to move a mile was kind of more than I could have imagined. I can see why people wait in that traffic to go to a Dodgers game though. It was an amazing field! We sat in the baseline club seats which were the nicest seats I have ever sat in at any baseball game ever. From the cushioned seats, wait staff, great food (and all food is complimentary in club ) and views - it was a great experience.  I was lucky to get a great deal on seats by searching on @tickpick. That is where I get a lot of my tickets because unlike stubhub and most other ticket sites, tickpick has no fees and I have found some great deals through their app - especially when you are looking for harder to find seats. Overall I rate @dodgerstadium an 8. I would probably say 10 if you didn’t have to wait almost an hour in line to get in. The fan experience was top notch and I can see why they have such a home field advantage with their great field and fans. I would recommend if you ever come to a @dodgers game to plan to come to the field at least two hours before the game starts to avoid some of the traffic. #mlbstadiumtour #ladodgersbaseball #mlbtonight #fathersday #la #dodgers💙 #happyfathersday #jocpederson #teambelli
  • Dodgers Stadium today! When I think of LA, I think of traffic so I should have expected the crazy amount of traffic getting into the stadium BUT 45 minutes to move a mile was kind of more than I could have imagined. I can see why people wait in that traffic to go to a Dodgers game though. It was an amazing field! We sat in the baseline club seats which were the nicest seats I have ever sat in at any baseball game ever. From the cushioned seats, wait staff, great food (and all food is complimentary in club ) and views - it was a great experience. I was lucky to get a great deal on seats by searching on @tickpick. That is where I get a lot of my tickets because unlike stubhub and most other ticket sites, tickpick has no fees and I have found some great deals through their app - especially when you are looking for harder to find seats. Overall I rate @dodgerstadium an 8. I would probably say 10 if you didn’t have to wait almost an hour in line to get in. The fan experience was top notch and I can see why they have such a home field advantage with their great field and fans. I would recommend if you ever come to a @dodgers game to plan to come to the field at least two hours before the game starts to avoid some of the traffic. #mlbstadiumtour #ladodgersbaseball #mlbtonight #fathersday #la #dodgers 💙 #happyfathersday #jocpederson #teambelli
  • 21 4 17 June, 2019
  • Well the Phillies didn’t win, hell they barely even showed up, but we were able to cross stadium number 11 off the list and we had a blast. Couldn’t have asked for a better Father’s Day! #bezaireboysstadiumtour #mlbstadiumtour
  • Well the Phillies didn’t win, hell they barely even showed up, but we were able to cross stadium number 11 off the list and we had a blast. Couldn’t have asked for a better Father’s Day! #bezaireboysstadiumtour #mlbstadiumtour
  • 18 0 16 June, 2019

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  • 2 weeks til we hit the road to explore a couple new cities and i'm getting stir crazy 😬

So i'll do a few throwbacks to some of my favorite spots. Let's start with Detroit. Yes, really. It gets a bad rap but it's home to one of the coolest baseball stadiums, world class art and one of my favorite coffeehouses at DIA, awesome small plates @ Wright and Company, Motown, and the best dessert i've ever had (The Bar @Michael Symon's Roast...and I even hate marshmallow). And bonus? Hit up Ontario just a quick tunnel shot away. 
What's on your list of underrated cities worth a visit?
  • 2 weeks til we hit the road to explore a couple new cities and i'm getting stir crazy 😬

    So i'll do a few throwbacks to some of my favorite spots. Let's start with Detroit. Yes, really. It gets a bad rap but it's home to one of the coolest baseball stadiums, world class art and one of my favorite coffeehouses at DIA, awesome small plates @ Wright and Company, Motown, and the best dessert i've ever had (The Bar @Michael Symon's Roast...and I even hate marshmallow). And bonus? Hit up Ontario just a quick tunnel shot away.
    What's on your list of underrated cities worth a visit?
  • 20 3 15 June, 2019
  • #mlbstadiumtour number 19 on our list is Minute Maid Stadium- Home of the Houston Astros. @24give
  • #mlbstadiumtour number 19 on our list is Minute Maid Stadium- Home of the Houston Astros. @24give
  • 25 1 15 June, 2019
  • Obviously I may be slightly bias (I am a CO native) BUT Coors field is one of my favorite baseball fields I have been to. The music, crowd involvement, food, views, ticket prices are all reasons to fall in love with Coors field.... not to mention Nolan (ahem). This is my family at one of our MANY Coors field games. My husband and I set out on a goal to travel all the MLB stadiums with our kids not only because we love baseball but because we want experience seeing/exploring a lot of our countries major cities. With three kids and full time jobs back in Colorado, not only do we have to budget money wisely but time as well. I will share all the tips and tricks along the way as well as where to eat, stay, play and stadium reviews/experiences. Feel free to comment or message me with any questions!! ❤️⚾️✌🏻#mlbstadiumtour #coorsfield #bucketlist
  • Obviously I may be slightly bias (I am a CO native) BUT Coors field is one of my favorite baseball fields I have been to. The music, crowd involvement, food, views, ticket prices are all reasons to fall in love with Coors field.... not to mention Nolan (ahem). This is my family at one of our MANY Coors field games. My husband and I set out on a goal to travel all the MLB stadiums with our kids not only because we love baseball but because we want experience seeing/exploring a lot of our countries major cities. With three kids and full time jobs back in Colorado, not only do we have to budget money wisely but time as well. I will share all the tips and tricks along the way as well as where to eat, stay, play and stadium reviews/experiences. Feel free to comment or message me with any questions!! ❤️⚾️✌🏻 #mlbstadiumtour #coorsfield #bucketlist
  • 33 6 13 June, 2019

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  • People.Places.Memories. It’s my “name,” but it’s how I live my life.
⚾️ I’ve been struggling to write posts for the @mlb stadium tour for a lot of reasons, so I scrapped what wasn’t working and decided to start at the beginning and talk about the ballpark that I love the most – Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee @brewers. If you read my blog post (and I hope you do – link in bio), you’ll see that my love of Miller Park runs deep, and honestly has little to do with the structure of the ballpark itself. It’s all of the memories I have with my family and friends, many of which were made long before Miller Park was even constructed.
⚾️ I call Miller Park my “home ballpark” because even though I live in Cincinnati, Milwaukee is the city I lived in the longest. I didn’t live there until I went to college, but my family is from Wisconsin and we spent a lot of time in and around Milwaukee while I was growing up. I’ve loved attending countless games at Milwaukee County Stadium and later Miller Park with my parents, sisters, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. I loved taking my nephew and niece to their first baseball games at Miller Park. I can’t wait to take my son. ⚾️ Miller Park is more than a stop on a stadium tour, and more than just a home ballpark for me - it is part of me. It’s my home. It’s full of special memories of the people I love, in a city that has been more of a home for me than anywhere else I have lived.
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The best things in life are the People we love, the Places we’ve been, and the Memories we’ve made along the way. Miller Park represents all of that for me. ❤
Do you have a place like that?
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#ballpark #ballparktour #mlbstadiums #mlbstadiumtour #mlbballparks #baseball #baseballism #americaspasttime #takemeouttotheballgame #millerpark #sportstravel #milwaukeebrewers #ballparksofamerica #50states #mwtravel #midwestbloggers #midwestlife #collectingadventures #milwaukee #wisconsin #mkemycity #strongerthroughtravel #exploreamerica #travelusa #familytravelblog #familytravelblogger #travelblogging #multigenerationaltravel #bucketlisttravel
  • People.Places.Memories. It’s my “name,” but it’s how I live my life.
    ⚾️ I’ve been struggling to write posts for the @mlb stadium tour for a lot of reasons, so I scrapped what wasn’t working and decided to start at the beginning and talk about the ballpark that I love the most – Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee @brewers. If you read my blog post (and I hope you do – link in bio), you’ll see that my love of Miller Park runs deep, and honestly has little to do with the structure of the ballpark itself. It’s all of the memories I have with my family and friends, many of which were made long before Miller Park was even constructed.
    ⚾️ I call Miller Park my “home ballpark” because even though I live in Cincinnati, Milwaukee is the city I lived in the longest. I didn’t live there until I went to college, but my family is from Wisconsin and we spent a lot of time in and around Milwaukee while I was growing up. I’ve loved attending countless games at Milwaukee County Stadium and later Miller Park with my parents, sisters, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. I loved taking my nephew and niece to their first baseball games at Miller Park. I can’t wait to take my son. ⚾️ Miller Park is more than a stop on a stadium tour, and more than just a home ballpark for me - it is part of me. It’s my home. It’s full of special memories of the people I love, in a city that has been more of a home for me than anywhere else I have lived.

    The best things in life are the People we love, the Places we’ve been, and the Memories we’ve made along the way. Miller Park represents all of that for me. ❤
    Do you have a place like that?
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    #ballpark #ballparktour #mlbstadiums #mlbstadiumtour #mlbballparks #baseball #baseballism #americaspasttime #takemeouttotheballgame #millerpark #sportstravel #milwaukeebrewers #ballparksofamerica #50states #mwtravel #midwestbloggers #midwestlife #collectingadventures #milwaukee #wisconsin #mkemycity #strongerthroughtravel #exploreamerica #travelusa #familytravelblog #familytravelblogger #travelblogging #multigenerationaltravel #bucketlisttravel
  • 83 14 13 June, 2019
  • First stop on our #mlbstadiumtour was #tropicanafield 
Stingrays ☑️
DJ Kitty ☑️
Raymond ☑️
Autographs ☑️
Gameballs ☑️
3 Home Runs ☑️
Cotton Candy ☑️
On the Field ☑️
#raysup
  • First stop on our #mlbstadiumtour was #tropicanafield
    Stingrays ☑️
    DJ Kitty ☑️
    Raymond ☑️
    Autographs ☑️
    Gameballs ☑️
    3 Home Runs ☑️
    Cotton Candy ☑️
    On the Field ☑️
    #raysup
  • 20 0 11 June, 2019

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  • Been telling myself I was gonna work on this since Christmas. My "where in the US is Melissa" map. First step was baseball stadiums. Step 2 will be non baseball trips. Step 3 buck list items. It's a WIP. #travel #WhereIsMelissa #mlbstadiumtour
  • Been telling myself I was gonna work on this since Christmas. My "where in the US is Melissa" map. First step was baseball stadiums. Step 2 will be non baseball trips. Step 3 buck list items. It's a WIP. #travel #WhereIsMelissa #mlbstadiumtour
  • 9 6 9 June, 2019
  • Which stadiums are still on your list to visit this year?
  • Which stadiums are still on your list to visit this year?
  • 409 3 8 June, 2019
  • Nationals Park, home of course to the Washington @nationals, was one of the friendliest parks we’ve been too.  Everyone says “hi” and was happy to make suggestions on what to see.  From the open concourse, and the Brewhouse restaurant with an awesome view, to the “fishbowl” bullpen and fun social media lounge...@Nationals Park was a fun experience for all of us! 
Oh yeah!  And who doesn’t like a good President’s Race?  Intrigued?  Check out the link to our blog post in the bio to read all about it! 
#stadiumswithmysons #mlb #nationals #nationalspark #mlbstadiumtour
  • Nationals Park, home of course to the Washington @nationals, was one of the friendliest parks we’ve been too. Everyone says “hi” and was happy to make suggestions on what to see. From the open concourse, and the Brewhouse restaurant with an awesome view, to the “fishbowl” bullpen and fun social media lounge...@Nationals Park was a fun experience for all of us!
    Oh yeah! And who doesn’t like a good President’s Race? Intrigued? Check out the link to our blog post in the bio to read all about it!
    #stadiumswithmysons #mlb #nationals #nationalspark #mlbstadiumtour
  • 57 22 6 June, 2019