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The Cactus League
The SnowBirds should be arriving in Arizona by now for the start of The Cactus League. Work life has taken its toll on me this year but I'd like to visit sometime.
They been here since last year. They usually arrive late in the year and I can't wait till they go back home! They don't know how to drive, it's like having Sun City all over the city.
I usually like to and visit a cactus league game. Sometimes tickets are pricey and some games are sold out.
Probably Must be Cubs fans
Brewers 1 will open The Cactus League Friday against the Cubs on Friday. While Brewers 2 will play the Giants.
Spring Training. Winter is closing soon
The First Cactus League Standings
LA Dodgers 1-0
Just got my tickets to the Mud Hens home opener.
I'm a happy camper.
I'm going to be in New York this summer for a conference. The Mets are at home, but I'm not sure if I'll be able to get away long enough to go. I think I've been to 18 parks. It's always fun to check another one off the list.
Nice. We'll probably go to the local ball game a few times this year. The Mallards, there in a college development league. Pretty fun, nice park, nice crowds, good concessions. And maybe once to the Brewers. Not against the Cubs though. That was just too crowded and carzy.
Until they tear it down and build anew one. Then it goes back on the list.
I have lost:
All that is left is fenway and Skydome.
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When I use to live on the east coast back in the late 80's, early 90's. My family and I attended tons of baseball games. So I can say I attended some of the old classic stadiums before they tore them down and attended the ones still standing.
Angels - Angel Stadium
Astros - Astrodome, Minute Maid Park
Braves - Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium
Cubs - Wrigley Field
Dbacks - Chase Field
Dodgers - Dodger Stadium
Indians - Cleveland Stadium
Mariners - Kingdome
Mets - Shea Stadium
Orioles - Camden Yards
Padres - Petco Park and Jack Murphy Stadium
Phillies - Veterans Stadium
Pirates - Three Rivers Stadium
Rangers - Arlington Stadium
Tigers - Tiger Stadium
White Sox - Saw the old Comiskey Park, but attended the new stadium.
Yankees - Old Yankee Stadium
I recall we wanted to attend a Reds and Brewers game, but they were out of town.
Then it'll count as two when I get back for a second game.
I've been to both the new and old Tigers, Cincinnati, and Yankees. Fenway, Wrigley, and Dodgers are (I think) the last of the old school parks I've been to. Anything built after the 70's or so doesn't count as old to me.
Projected 2018 lineups for all 30 MLB teams
Royals agree to deal with Lucas Duda
Cactus League Updated
Kansas City 5-0
LA Angels 4-3
Where are the other 9 teams? There a total of 15.
You live out there. You should be posting the scores and standings
True, but I'm too lazy.
Why isn't Koop posting his grapefruits, there 15 over there.