It might be the best sandwich you never heard of it, but it is yours to be devoured when visiting St. Louis. The St. Paul sandwich ranks amongst the city’s unique eats that include fried ravioli, Provel cheese, slingers, and gooey butter cake.
The great part about taking in games in different parts of this great country of ours is – in addition to the on-field, on-court, on-ice, on-track, etc., action – is the chance to partake in some truly unique regional dishes.
Do goats eat peanuts? Of course they do. But beginning in the 2019 season, Yard Goats do not.
The Hartford Yard Goats have announced that they plan to make Dunkin’ Donuts Park 100 percent peanut free for the upcoming minor league season in response to the growing number of severe allergies, particularly among children.
It’s a trip through the wishes and desires of The Team this week on the Stadium Journey Podcast. It is a journey through the Bucket List! What are the spots on the SJ List. Is it possible to ever reach the bottom of the bucket? What Bucket List items have The Team already checked off? Join Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Marc Viquez and Dave Cottenie for the Stadium Journey Podcast.
The Hickory Crawdads were bought by the Texas Rangers back in 2017. The Rangers have been generous in their allocation of resources for the upkeep of L.P. Frans Stadium, and it shows. This is a new pattern we’re seeing more and more of – major league teams buying their minor league affiliates and assisting in the development of coaching staffs and facilities. While in today’s landscape many teams feel the need to tear down and start over, the Crawdads and Rangers have successfully joined forces to ensure L.P. Frans Stadium ages in place.
Fans have reason for cautious optimism with attendance figures indicating a renewed interest in the re-modeled Australian Baseball League (ABL). Overall a total of 112,496 people passed through the turnstiles during the 160-game season, an increase of more than 24,000 from the previous year.