We’ve been talking for a few years now about seeing games at all of the major league baseball parks. In order to really get a jump start on crossing parks off our list, we thought the best place to start was the northeastern United States because there’s lots of parks and the cities are all within just a few hours of each other. Our original plan was just to see a Yankees game and Mets game in New York and then head to Boston for a game at Fenway, but when we realized that there were home games in Baltimore and Philadelphia that same week, we added two more stops to the trip and off we went!
We flew to Baltimore last Saturday and traveled by train between each of the cities before flying home from Boston today. We splurged on great seats at the parks and some nice hotels in a couple of the cities and really had a fantastic week away. It was a great way to relax after finishing a hectic school year and a very busy several months of Matt working 60+ hours per week.
Of course while we were in each of these cities, we did more than just baseball. There’s so much history and so much to see in all of these places, that our days were full of sightseeing and our nights full of baseball games…what could be better?
Pictures from each city and ballpark coming soon (we took over 1,000 pictures)!!