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Top Five Must-See Baseball Stadiums for Your Bucket List

February 2, 2012

INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Every baseball fan has their bucket list, whether it’s tasting a Fenway frank on top of the Green Monster, touching generations of greatness in beautiful Yankee Stadium or experiencing all-American nostalgia among the ivy-covered walls at Wrigley Field.

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But baseball bucket lists are as personalized as the individuals making them. So we polled Big League Tours‘ customers to see how they would rank these destinations. Here are their Top Five Must-See Baseball Stadiums:

- Fenway Park,

- Yankee Stadium,

- Miller Park,

- Wrigley Field, and

- Oriole Park at Camden Yards

It’s not surprising that Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium and Wrigley Field are in the top five. Fenway and Wrigley are the two oldest stadiums in the Major Leagues. In fact, Fenway celebrates its 100(th) anniversary this year. And whether you love ‘em or hate ‘em, the Yankees franchise has won more championships than any other. The new stadium has done a great job of recognizing and celebrating their rich history.

Oriole Park has also been touted as the first of the retro-parks, sparking a new wave of stadiums that incorporate their neighborhood surroundings. With the Warehouse Building along Eutaw Street providing the backdrop from right to center fields, the city skyline along left field, and the park within a couple of blocks of the Inner Harbor, this ballpark is a fantastic place to catch a game.

It might surprise you that Miller Park is on the list, but if you’ve ever been there for a game, you’ll know that Brewers fans know how to have a great time. Long before the game even starts, the tailgating begins. (By the way…That’s where the best brats are found!!) In Milwaukee, the baseball experience includes allowing plenty of time to enjoy the pre-game festivities.

We should add that fans voted the National Baseball Hall of Fame as their 3(rd) highest Must-See baseball destination on their bucket lists. To see how the Top 10 rounded out, visit the Big League Tours blog for the full article.

Big League Tours helps fans get closer to the game by securing lower level seats, arranging stadium tours and player experiences, and providing first-class hotel accommodations. Flexible itineraries allow fans to experience the best of the best in the greatest baseball cities across the nation.

You can visit stadiums on your bucket list by joining fans from across the country on baseball tours like:

- Hall of Fame Tour- Includes Fenway Park, the Hall of Fame, and Yankee Stadium

- Chicago/ Milwaukee Tour- Includes Wrigley Field, Miller Park and US Cellular Field, or the

- East Coast Tour- Includes Fenway Park, the Hall of Fame, Yankee Stadium, Citi Field, Oriole Park, Citizens Bank Park and Nationals Park.

Visit www.bigleaguetours.com to see our complete tour listings and to get your baseball vacation started.

About Big League Tours

Big League Tours helps fans of all ages experience baseball from a new perspective- from inside the game. Unlike other tour companies, Big League Tours not only takes care of the buses and games for a baseball tour, but also provides all the extras to turn tours into true sports vacations loaded with unique baseball-related events. For more information, contact Big League Tours at www.bigleaguetours.com.

Media Contact: Glenn Dunlap Big League Tours, 317-806-2271, gdunlap@bigleaguetours.com

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