I’ve been a baseball fan for as long as I can remember. There’s something special about going to the ballpark, seeing the green grass, grabbing a cold beer and watching the game. I haven’t been to too many games this year but those that I’ve been to have been glorious!
Opening Day in Cleveland is nothing short of a city holiday. For a city that’s been dragged through the mud for years it always brings a smile to my face to see fans come out and support their teams. Play ball!
This particular day a co-worker and I went down and bought walk up seats. Tickets were $15 but were “loaded” with $10 worth of food/drink credits. $5 to watch my Tribe? No brainer!
I’m no photographer, but that’s a damn fine photo if I do say so myself. Love me some Cleveland!
My beloved Cleveland Indians are leading the way in MLB when it comes to social media. In fact, they have the major’s only “Social Suite“. The wife and I were lucky enough to be invited to watch a game there. Absolutely incredible!
I’m going to a game next week (taking Gramps to see his first ever game at The Jake… er… Progressive Field). Baseball (and now t-ball)… it’s what summer in Cleveland is all about.