The second greatest rivalry in sports in London? Yes, please! Obviously, Ohio State/Michigan is number one, but a close second is definitely Yankees/Red Sox and I have been looking for an excuse to go to London for years. It also helps that my middle sister Jezzie lives there currently. She had no interest in going… Read More London Series
I was back on the road for five weeks hitting Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Washington DC, Boston, and Chicago for season two of the Adidas Tango League Tour. Right before this tour I vacationed near Tampa and hit a couple of Spring Training games with my friend Megan. The Blue Jays field in Dunedin isn’t anything… Read More 3 Cities, 3 Ballparks
So it’s been a while… I spent the second half of 2018 on the road quite a bit for work. I did manage to fit in a two-week vacation to Europe to visit my sisters which was ah-mazing, but on the stateside, I haven’t gone to that many sporting events. My work schedule didn’t send… Read More Tango League Tour Season One
My time in Chicago has come to an end, as the pop-up store I’ve been helping run closed June 30th. I took full advantage of half of my “Chicago Summer” to attend four games at Wrigley (plus a 3-hour rainout vs the Dodgers) and one at Guaranteed Rate Field. I did write a post about… Read More Chicago Summer Spent in Ballparks
As a Clevelander, I’ve experienced more than my fair share of winters but it’s a different ball game in Chicago (pun intended). It’s colder, windier and has felt like an eternity. My roommate Meg now understands seasonal depression and asked me why people voluntarily live in cold climates (she’s from Florida). I didn’t have a… Read More Opening Day at Wrigley Field
Made it to my first Blackhawks game last night. “My talents,” as people who’ve grown up near Cleveland like to say, have taken me to Chicago and I’m thrilled knowing I live down the street (ok 3 miles down Clark) from Wrigley Field. But until baseball season returns, I’ll be passing my time at… Read More Welcome to Winter in Chicago
Woke up so happy, because the Yankees are advancing to the ALCS!! I still can’t believe they took three straight games against this year’s Indians team, but that’s why they play the games. It is now confirmed that Corey Kluber is human and not a robot.