Alright, time to switch things up. I’m very behind on keeping up with our travels, and I want to get caught up! Also, because I’m so far behind, I am losing details, which isn’t ideal. I don’t have the time to dedicate to this that I once did, but I’m still going to make it work. So from here on out, if we see a full series at a stadium, it’s just getting one post. Perhaps someday we’ll get back to multiple posts, but for now, thems the rules. Sound good? Great.
I wrote about our first game at Camden Yards, but during that game I was tired and slightly sunburned from the golf tournament and getting in late, so games 2 and 3 were the true test for the stadium. And while both the teams we saw battle it out were not good, Camden still found a way to show out!
We started the day of the 2nd game with a ballpark tour, which was great. All ballpark tours are great, but there’s something about these historical stadiums that attract the most special types of tour guides- the lifelong fans who love getting to nerd out about their home away from home. It was toasty, but we loved getting to wander around the stadium, finding the plagues for Red Sox players’ home runs, and learning all about the Orioles and Camden. After that, we were ready for some baseball!
Just a couple of sports fans touring the world, one stadium at a time.