The Major League Baseball BallPark Pass-Port
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Some people make a big trip out of visiting all 50 states in the US. Others pride themselves on visiting six (or even seven!) continents. For baseball fans, the big number to hit is 30-as in, the 30 MLB stadiums around America.
This pilgrimage can be a great adventure for baseball enthusiasts of any age, and is a wonderful experience to share with one's friends and loved ones. For anyone who is thinking about making this singular trek in the future, Tim Parks' new book, The Major League Baseball BallPark Pass-Port, is certain to be a "home run".
The MLB Baseball BallPark Pass-Port is a compilation of information about all 30 American baseball stadiums. Parks, a baseball fan, himself, has put together details such as seating charts, stadium maps, ticket and team information, and even some historical context to educate and interest any baseball aficionado.
There are spaces for fans to store their tickets, areas to make notes along the journey, and even some room for autographs from their favorite ballplayers. The book is bound in beautiful, durable leather that is as satisfying to look at as it is to read. Just as world travelers are eager to fill the pages of their passport with stamps, baseball fans will be eager to fill the pages of the BallPark PassPort with validation stamps from each of the baseball stadiums across the country. This unique method of documenting travels and games is one that is certain to be a "home run" with any baseball fan.
Baseball has a rich, vibrant history and a promising future here in America. The BallPark Pass-Port is certain to inspire more-than-a-few road trips this spring and summer. The BallPark Pass-Port has everything fans need to plan their trip, even if they only go one stadium at a time. For anyone who has been missing baseball, the BallPark Pass-Port is the perfect winter pick-me-up to get them through until baseball season starts, giving them something to look forward to.
For more information, please visit http://mlbballparkpassport.com.
The Major League Baseball BallPark Pass-port is only available online or at ballparks. It cannot be purchased through Amazon or other traditional book retailers.
A number of years ago, Tim Parks set out on a journey to visit all 50 states by the time his daughters graduated from high school. That journey took him from Cadillac Mountain in Bar Harbor, Maine to the Florida Keys, to the Channel Islands off the coast of Southern California, and as far north as the Arctic Circle. As he neared the end of his journey, he embarked on a quest to visit all 30 cathedrals of baseball, the Major League Baseball Ballparks. Inspired by his own journey, he decided to create The Major League Baseball BallPark Pass-port.
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