Citi Field is the home to the New York Mets, opened in 2009 its front entrance pays homage to Ebbets Field’s rotunda and honors one of its all-time greats Jackie Robinson. However, there is a lot of attention towards Metropolitan history with a hall of fame, Shea Bridge, and a new Home Run Apple in the outfield.
When Target Field opened in 2010, it became the first real baseball stadium to host the MLB’s Twins since the team left Metropolitan Stadium back in 1981.
Until NYCFC finds a permanent home in the five boroughs, Yankee Stadium will continue to be its home. It’s not a bad situation since soccer club is connected to soccer powerhouse Manchester City in England and baseball royalty the 27 time World Series Champion Yankees. However, one has to imagine how long will the marriage last.
NJIT debuted the brand new, state-of-the-art Wellness and Events Center in 2017. The impressive basketball venue is a step up for the Highlanders basketball program and should provide a beautiful canvas for college hoops in the Garden State for years to come.
For their National Football League rankings episode, the gang is joined by Sean MacDonald, who visited all 32 NFL stadiums in the 2014 season. Also, breaking news about the Pawtucket Red Sox new stadium, a “Mile High” naming rights deal in Denver, and do the Carolina Panthers want a new stadium?
In the world of travel, Idaho Falls is known as one of the gateways to Yellowstone National Park, attracting families throughout the summer who use the town as a base for exploring all of the incredible natural scenery in the area. For those more interested in sports travel however, the destination is the city itself, more specifically Melaleuca Field, home of the Idaho Falls Chukars of the Pioneer League.