Joey's Ongoing Sporting Event Photo TR Thread

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Re: Joey's Ongoing Sporting Event Photo TR Thread

Postby Jew » Fri Apr 24, 2020 11:30 pm

Since sports are currently on hiatus, I figured I’d catch up with The one TR I didn’t do from last season yet:Wrigley Field.

It definitely lives up to the hype. We went for opening day and the energy was incredible. The area around the stadium (Wrigleyville) is nothing but bars and restaurants too, with the streets shutting down for game day. Amenity wise it’s pretty bare ones given the stadium is so old, but the atmosphere is great.
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The famous entry sign
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The famous manual scoreboard
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The famous rooftop bleachers
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As you can imagine, concourse was cramped. But the recent renovations made for plenty of food and drink options to keep lines short
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The famous bleachers
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View from our seats
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The famous press box where special guests sing take me out to the ballgame
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Re: Joey's Ongoing Sporting Event Photo TR Thread

Postby Dan the Coaster Man » Tue Jun 30, 2020 9:23 am

This is a pretty nice thread. Similarly, I like seeing stadiums and experiencing games, even if I do not see my favorite team playing. Of the experiences on this thread, I have been to Camelback Ranch, Fenway Park, Chase Field, Guaranteed Rate and Wrigley. As a Chicagoan and White Sox fan, Camelback might be better than GR. Nothing is inherently bad about GR, but it is extremely plain and there is not much of an atmosphere. At least it is cheap. Fenway is awesome and my favorite baseball stadium, but Chase was cool too. Every MLB stadium is "cool" after going to GR my whole life. Some of my favorites I have been to are Allen Fieldhouse for the atmosphere, Fiserv Forum for the physical stadium, and Fenway for an overall experience. PNC Park is on the top of my bucket list right now, and I want to start going to some CFB games with rowdy fans (PSU whiteout, FSU, LSU, UGA)

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