A Week of Top Travel Destinations for Baseball Lovers

5/06/2009 03:44:00 AM ·

The earliest known reference to baseball is in a 1744 British publication, A Little Pretty Pocket-Book, by John Newbery.

It contains a rhymed description of "base-ball" and a woodcut that shows a field set-up somewhat similar to the modern game—though in a triangular rather than diamond configuration, and with posts instead of ground-level bases.

So much had changed over the years, but so many things have stayed the same.

I always get nostalgic when I think of going to Chicago. My grandpa would purchase Wrigley Field Tickets to see the Cubs play, and I would wear my pin striped hat with pink tails.

"Fenway Park is a baseball park near Kenmore Square in Boston, Massachusetts. Located at 4 Yawkey Way, it has served as the home ballpark of the Boston Red Sox baseball club since it opened in 1912. It is the oldest of all current Major League Baseball stadiums."

Who wouldn't appreciate this stadium, even if you are a Yankee Fan, you have to appreciate the history that goes along with it. I think that's why I purchased Fenway Park tickets. Well, I have to admit, it was more of an obsession with Field of Dreams that got me there in the first place. Can you tell I'm a tomboy?

Baseball has been America's favorite pastime for years, so it's only fitting that you would also purchase Yankee Stadium Tickets to see the New York Yankees in person. I did this years ago, and even though I wasn't just a fan of the Yankee's, I still loved the crowd and the experience.

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