I recently got an email from columnist Matthew Van Wormer who writes for didtribewinlastnight.com. He asked me if he could ask me a few questions and feature me as the Fan of the Week on his site. I happily obliged and a few days later answered his questions that he sent me. I will be featured on didthetribewinlastnight.com a week from today, Friday, March 9th. A few days later I received an email from the co-founder of stadiumjourney.com Paul Sweeny asking me if he could ask me a few questions for his site as well. Once again I answered his questions and will be appearing on his site sometime in the near future. Paul’s website, stadiumjourney.com has amazing reviews of not only Major League Baseball Parks but tons of professional, minor league, and NCAA stadiums of all sports.
These encounters gave me a wonderful idea. Last night I decided to Google baseball blogs for every team in MLB. I sent an email to as many as I could. I’m a bit of a night owl so I was up until 6am sending out these emails. I asked the author of these blogs if they had any advice for when I visit their respected ballparks. Such as Cheap and or Awesome places to stay while in the area, unique and good restaurants, as well as things that I just have to experience when I go to that particular park. I got a lot of excellent responses and would like to open up that very same question to the non-blog writers of the world. Do you have a special restaurant or bar you like to visit before or after a game? Do you know of any cool places to stay? Preferably cheap! I want to get the most out of this trip and I need help from all of you.
I would also like to create my own domain in the near future. The problem I have is I am an absolute amateur at this sort of thing. I have no idea how to create a web page. I would love to have a web page that is as awesome as the journey I am about to take. Anybody out there have any tips for that one? If so email me at baseballdreamin AT yahoo [DOT] com.