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Minor League baseball is back – Watch the Akron Aeros this season.

Ohio baseball fan’s may wonder how the minor league Aeros came about. With aeronautics pioneers Neil Armstrong, one of the first men to set foot on the moon and the Wright brothers were both said to have come from Akron. … Continue reading

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Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field

The Chicago White Sox have called U.S. Cellular Field home since it opened for the inaugural season in 1991. It was originally named after the franchise’s previous venue, Comiskey Park in Chicago. The name was changed to U.S. Cellular Field … Continue reading

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Progressive Field Not Just Baseball Anymore

Since 1994, the Cleveland Indians have called Progressive Field in downtown Cleveland home. Previously named Jacobs Field, the official name changed in 2008 with the selling of the naming rights to Progressive Insurance. To this day, fans still call Progressive … Continue reading

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Minnesota Twins Continue Selling Out Target Field

In the history of the Minnesota Twins, they have played in six ballparks, three of which were located in Minnesota. In 2010, the Twins moved into their new home at Target Field. Target Field was the first facility specifically built … Continue reading

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Kansas City Royals Baseball at Kauffman Stadium

The Kansas City Royals have called “the K” or Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium home since 1973. The 2012 Baseball season will mark the 40th anniversary for the Stadium. Unlike the other stadiums in the American League, Kauffman Stadium is the … Continue reading

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Comerica Park Plays Home to the Detroit Tigers

After three years and $300 million dollars, Comerica Park opened in 2000 replacing Tiger Stadium, making it the new official home for the Detroit Tigers. The design of the Stadium is one that not only features family friendly attractions but … Continue reading

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Busch Stadium – St. Louis Cardinals

After over 50 years at different stadiums, the St. Louis Cardinals moved into their newest home, Busch Stadium in April of 2006. The new Busch Stadium is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri and has a seating capacity of 46,000 … Continue reading

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2012 Major League Baseball Attendance Figures

The figures for the baseball season have been released and it’s no surprise that winning brings the fans to the stadiums. Some interesting facts are that these include paid attendance, not actual bodies in the seats. The one stadium in … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh Pirates Pass the Two Million Mark in Attendanceat PNC Park

Since their inception in 1887, the Pittsburgh Pirates have called multiple stadiums their home. The newest Pirates home is PNC Park, which opened in spring of 2001. Located along the Allegheny River shoreline, PNC affords baseball goers views of the … Continue reading

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Miller Park – Home of the Brewers Baseball Team

Miller Park is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is the official Major League stadium for the Milwaukee Brewers. The four-tier seating design accommodates 41,900 for Brewers baseball games. The levels are field level, loge level, club level, and terrace level. … Continue reading

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Minute Maid Park is a favorite for Major League Baseball Fans

March of 2000 marked the start of a new era for the Houston Astros when Minute Maid Park opened and became the team’s new venue. The 2.5-acre natural Bermuda grass playing field is surrounded by a stadium with a seating … Continue reading

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Wrigley Field will again play host to the Chicago Cubs

In Chicago, Illinois sits the Cubs home, Wrigley Field. Since its construction in 1914, Wrigley Field has been host to Major League baseball and is the second oldest ballpark in the major. Over the years, Wrigley Field acquired the nickname … Continue reading

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Great American Ball Park Tickets and Information

On March 31, 2003 Great American Ball Park opened, located along the Ohio River, and became home to the Cincinnati Reds baseball team. Previously, the Cincinnati Reds shared the Riverfront Stadium with the Cincinnati Bengals until a decision was made … Continue reading

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San Francisco Giants play at AT&T Park

The San Francisco Giants moved in to their privately funded stadium, AT&T Park, on April 11, 2000. The new park brought with it not only amazing views of the playing field but also of the San Francisco Bay Bridge and … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets at Dodger Stadium

With an opening day of April 10, 1962, the home of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Dodgers Stadium, is the third oldest venue in Major League Baseball. Dodgers Stadium also has one of the largest seating capacities in the Major Leagues, … Continue reading

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Coors Field – Colorado Rockies Tickets

Located in Denver’s Lower Downtown is the Colorado Rockies home, Coors Field. The official ground breaking for the stadium took place in October of 1992. During its construction, Coors Field was almost named Jurassic Park, because of the finding of … Continue reading

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Cleveland Indians Tickets – Most Memorable Moments in Cleveland Indians History

Most Memorable Moments in Cleveland Indians History For fans, the Cleveland Indians have more than just a long history. From their different names to their rich history, the Indians have had some very memorable moments. In 1901, the Cleveland Indians … Continue reading

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The Detroit Tigers Tickets – Their Best Moments

The Detroit Tigers – Their Best Moments The Detroit Tigers have been in the American League since 1901. In that time, they have racked up their share of great moments. The list is long, so narrowing it down can be … Continue reading

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Buy Minnesota Twins Tickets and View History

The Most Famous Moment in Minnesota Twins History? You Decide. The Minnesota Twins didn’t become what they are until after the 1960 season. That’s when the Washington Senators packed their bags and moved to the twin cities. This is where they … Continue reading

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Seattle Mariners – The Best Moments and Tickets

Seattle Mariners – The Best Moments The Seattle Mariners haven’t been around for that long. In fact, they didn’t join the American League until 1977, but they’ve still had memorable moments and great players a plenty. These are some of … Continue reading

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Top Texas Rangers Moments – Bizarre or Amazing?

Top Texas Rangers Moments – Bizarre or Amazing? If you’re a Texas Ranger fan, you know that they have a bit of history behind them, but when it comes to their top most memorable moments, they might fall more under … Continue reading

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Top Memorable Moments for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Not all of the best memorable moments for all baseball teams are based off of exciting events and this might be said by some of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. They’ve been around for a while, though, and their longevity … Continue reading

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When It Comes to Great Moments, the Baltimore Orioles Have Had Their Fair Share

Since the Orioles became the Baltimore Orioles in 1954, they have had many great moments. The very best one is likely up for debate among fans, but most fans can agree that there are no fewer than ten that are … Continue reading

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Mauer And Morneau Keep The Minnesota Twins on Top

Minnesota Twins Spotlight: In 2011, the Minnesota Twins had a record of 63-99, the second worst in baseball. Major injuries kept the team from reaching their full potential and landed the Twins in last place in the AL Central. If … Continue reading

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2012 Kansas City Royals Baseball Returns

Kansas City Royals Spotlight: After winning only 71 games in 2011, the Kansas City Royals look to bounce back in 2012. Outside of the Tigers, the AL Central is not particularly strong, and the Royals have the bats to win … Continue reading

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Prince Fielder Propels The Detroit Tigers

Detroit Tigers Spotlight: After earning first place in the AL Central in 2011, the Detroit Tigers added even more talent to their roster in the offseason. Detroit won big when they signed Prince Fielder (1B), and they should make the … Continue reading

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Robin Ventura Leading The White Sox

Chicago White Sox Spotlight: The Chicago White Sox finished in third place in the AL Central in 2011, and they did not add too many new pieces to the puzzle in the offseason. They know that the Tigers are the … Continue reading

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Where Will The Cleveland Indians Finish This Season?

Cleveland Indians Spotlight: The Cleveland Indians were hot at the start of the 2011 season, going 33-21 out of the gate. But the team did not finish well, and they fell below .500 to end the season. The Indians hope … Continue reading

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2012 Cincinnati Reds Team Report

NL Central: Cincinnati Reds Spotlight: After locking up Joey Votto (1B) and Brandon Phillips (2B) long-term, the Cincinnati Reds are looking to take control of the National League Central and make a playoff run in 2012. The Reds feel that … Continue reading

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MLB NLCS Tickets

The time has come, it’s October and playoff baseball is here. We have the St. Louis Cardinals and the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League. On the American League side is former champions Texas Rangers and the Detroit Tigers. Call … Continue reading

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