Camp Randall Stadium is how college football is done in the state of Wisconsin. The home of Badger football is spirited and festive on game days throughout the season.
Lawrence-Dumont Stadium closed its doors after 85 years as the home for baseball in Wichita. The facility hosted every type of ball from college to professional and was the longtime home for the NBC World Series. Stadium Journey was able to get in before it closed its doors for the stadium’s final review.
The Chicago Cubs moved their training home from Hohokam Park prior to the 2014 season when Sloan Park debuted as one of the crown jewels of the Cactus League. The World Series Champion Cubs have established Wrigley Field west and their fans are showing up in droves.
The colorful Marquette basketball program offers a gameday experience in the heart of downtown Milwaukee near various restaurants, hotels, and beer halls that are part of the Milwaukee experience-however-inside the arena its a “golden experience”
Wrigley Field opened in 1914 under the name Weeghman Park and served as the home of the Chicago Whales of the Federal League. The Cubs became the primary tenant in 1916 and remain there to this day.
Dozer Park has been the home of the Peoria Chiefs since opening in 2002 as a replacement for their previous home Meinen Field. The stadium contains many of the amenities seen in modern day ballparks. In addition to hosting the Chiefs, Dozer Park also serves as the home of the Bradley University baseball team. The name Dozer Park is reference to the Caterpillar company which is headquartered in Peoria and purchased the naming rights in 2013.