Washington Nationals – Nationals Park: Cheer on MLB's newest team & tour nation’s capital.
Philadelphia Phillies - Citizen’s Bank Park: Dance with Philly Phanatic and savor local snack favorite at this stadium - a cheese steak.
Cleveland Indians - Progressive Field: Try your luck at stadium’s “Wahoo World” – challenge your arm at the Speed Pitch Machine or swing for the fences at virtual Home Run Derby.
Detroit Tigers - Comerica Park: Every seat has an unobstructed field view! After Tigers homers, marvel at center field liquid fireworks!
Chicago - U.S. Cellular Field and Wrigley Field: When White Sox moved in 1991 from Old Comiskey Park to U.S. Cellular Field, the only thing they took with from their old ballpark was the infield dirt! Cross town rival Cubs have stayed with their charming and traditional home - Wrigley Field.
Milwaukee Brewers - Miller Park: The retractable roof, Bernie Brewer's Splash Zone and the famous racing sausages make this one of the best places to watch a game.
Cincinnati Reds- Great American Ballpark: Explore the Reds' Hall of Fame Museum at the home of baseball's first pro franchise.
Pittsburgh Pirates - PNC Park: Cross the Roberto Clemente bridge, step into the park’s life-size replica of a pirate ship, and try your hand at virtual reality pitching and batting cages.
Baltimore Orioles - Camden Yards: Though a fairly new park, it is one of the highest rated with the picnic area, bleacher seats, and vines of ivy giving it a nostalgic baseball feel.
Boston Red Sox - Fenway Park: Visit the oldest stadium still used and the site of famous “Green Monster”, not to mention the 2007 World Series Champs!
San Diego Padres - PETCO Park: Sit back and watch the Padres in the park which hosted the first Baseball World Classic! Take in the magnificent scene of baseball while viewing breathtaking San Diego.
Los Angeles Dodgers - Dodger Stadium: Welcome to Chavez Ravine - the landmark that started western expansion in MLB.
Los Angeles Angels - Angel Stadium of Anaheim: Unofficially named "The Big A," this stadium houses a 210-ton sign that illuminates the stadium after every Halos' win!
Oakland Athletics - The Coliseum: Cheer on the "White Elephants" in this park also home to the Oakland Raiders.
San Francisco Giants - AT&T Park: 66 representatives of the Giants are in the Hall of Fame, more than any other team in the history of baseball. Watch one of the most storied franchise play in the 2008 Sports Facility of the Year!
Want more? Don’t worry – the fun continues, pre- and post-game! Other highlight activities include:
- Cooperstown Hall of Fame Induction Weekend
- Chicago’s Miracle Mile, Navy Pier & Willis (Sears) Tower
- Cedar Point – America’s #1 Amusement Park
- Washington DC – Monuments tour & trendy Georgetown
- Go-Karts, Batting Cages and Virtual Reality Games
- Wacky Whirlyball, Laser Tag and Comedy Club
- Dinner parties at ESPN Zone, Hard Rock Cafe and
- Cheesecake Factory
- Drag Race with your friends at Speed Zone
- Fisherman's Wharf and Alcatraz Prison Tour*
- Water ski, Wake board or Tube Lake Tahoe
- Front Row Seats at IMPROV Comedy Club
- Venice Beach and Hollywood
- Universal Studios
- Learn to Surf in the Pacific Ocean
- Hard Rock Cafe & City Walk
- Ultrazone Laser Tag
- Disneyland & California Adventure Park
- Whitewater Rafting
- Amazing Squaw Valley Ropes Course
- Bring your glove for our own games and to snag a foul ball of course!
For those interested in a shorter baseball fantasy program, please see the 13 Day Major League Madness - California tours or our 21 Day Major League Madness - East & Midwest.
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