Category Archives: Baseball

Baseball Summer, The All Star Game

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Broach Baseball Tours took us to the All Star Game in Minneapolis. In all my years of being a Baseball fan, I had only been to one All Star Game before. It is a right of passage that all Baseball fans should do. This year it was held at Target Field. Target Field in Minneapolis, in fact the entire city […]

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Baseball Summer, Fenway Park

And now I take you to the oldest of the shrines in America, the home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park. Fenway park opened in 1912. It is located in an old neighborhood called the Fenway. It shows it’s age. It is still a beloved place to see a game. Whenever there is a rumor that it will be […]

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Baseball Summer, Wrigley Field

Our fabulous summer Baseball tour took us altogether to 15 of America’s shrines, or if you prefer, Baseball Parks. This post will talk about one of the three oldest. Wrigley celebrated is’s 100th year this summer. That is about all it had to celebrate, because once again they had a miserable season. Unfortunately, they could not let us keep the […]

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Baseball Summer, Detroit

Any Baseball fan could guess which stadium this gargoyle  is on. Or which stadium this is the main entrance to. Or which outfield this sign hangs over. Yes folks we were now in Detroit. Comerica Park, home of the Tigers is a wonderful ballpark. Excellent vomitoreums. (If you need to know what that means click on the word.) It has […]

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Baseball Summer: Cleveland

We flew from NYC to Cleveland and arrived a day before the tour group from Broach Baseball tours got there. The Cleveland Indians were paying the New York Yankees. This would be the second time we got to see the great Derek Jeter on his farewell to Baseball tour. As it turned out, we saw the final start of a […]

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Baseball Summer. Cincinnati

  Thats it for Cincinnati. Thanks for reading.    

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Baseball Summer, Coney Island

We were in NYC for a few days. I had never been to Coney Island. When I found out they had a single A team called the Cyclones, I figured what a great way to start the Baseball part of the tour. After a nice long subway ride from Harlem (about an hour) we arrived in Coney Island. It is […]

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Baseball Summer, Derek Jeter

Before we started our summer  tour with Broach Baseball Tours,  we had a few days in New York. While there are always things to find to do in New York, we had come for Baseball. This summer, Baseball in New York meant one thing…Jeter. I am the first to admit that I am NOT a Yankee fan. But I have […]

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Passport To Baseball!

In the middle of our magical Baseball tour we were in Minneapolis for the MLB All Star game. The city was ready. The people were helpful and kind. The day before the game we had tickets to what they call Fanfest. Basically it is a huge collection of Baseball goodies, most for sale. We got a couple free T-shirts and […]

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Yes you CAN go home again!

One of the most amazing, warm, and surprising events in all my travels over six continents, going “home” was maybe the most memorable. My wife and I were in the middle of our magical Baseball tour. We had just attended the MLB All Star game in Minneapolis. We were actually between two tours with Broach Sports Tours. Mary Ann’s college […]

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