A Baseball Fans Bucket List of Destinations
Baseball is a sport that has millions of followers in the country. If you are a true baseball fan, you are not content just sitting and watching the games but you do other things to show your love for the game. They know stats and scores by heart, they appreciate its history, they know every player that has played through the years, etc.
They also, take their love of the game to the next level. You will find everything baseball in their homes including posters, jerseys, balls, bats, caps, bubbleheads, magazines, etc.
You might even be involved in the sport yourself. It is great to be a baseball coach since you can teach everything you know to the young aspiring baseball players. One great thing a coach can do it to help motivate and inspire kids to play the game and you can achieve these through these helpful tips.
IF you have done everything there is to do but you still want to take the hobby and passion a little further, then you should plan to visit destinations that are must-sees for diehard baseball fans like you. Here are some baseball destinations that you should see in your lifetime.
One destination known to all baseball fans is the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. This hall pays homage to all the baseball greats and legends over the years.
Another great place to visit is the location of the movie Field of Dreams which is in Dyersville, Iowa. All fans understand the meaning of the famous line in this film which goes, “If you build it, he will come.” If you visit here, you will find everything looks just as it did in the movie.
A collection of more than 7000 baseball bubbleheads are contained in the Bubblehead Museum in Miami, Florida. Bubbleheads of players, mascots, broadcasters, coaches are all here with new figures being added regularly.
You should also include Monument Park in the Brons in your bucket list. This is located just past the center field fences where players of the New York Yankees including the famous Babe Ruth and Yogi Berra have helped shape what the game is today. Here you will find the numbers and plaques and information on the players that have played there.
The bat factory in Louisville, Kentucky, the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, is a place where you will see how bats are made as you tour the factory. Bats of baseball greats like Joe DiMaggio and Babe Ruth are displayed here. Here you will find a large bat, the largest one in the world, leaning against the building entrance.
All these places should be in your bucket list of future destinations. Other destinations which you can include are the Fenway Park in Boston, Babe Ruth’s Gravesite in Hawthorne, NY, and visit and watch a game in Japan where fans are very energetic and excited when it comes to the games.