THE WINDY CITY

Want to take a weekend trip to Chicago to see both the White Sox and Cubs in action. During the second weekend of September 2017 you can do that. The White Sox host the San Francisco Giants at US Cellular Field and the Cubs are in town as they host the Nationals at Wrigley Field. While in Chicago be sure to visit Navy Pier for a great view of the Chicago skyline or go up high to the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower to see the city from high above.

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View from the lower deck at US Cellular Field
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View down the first base line at Wrigley Field today

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BAY AREA SHOWDOWN

Like teams in New York City and Chicago, it is hard to find one weekend during the season when both teams are in town. The San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics are both in town during the three day weekend of August 12-14, 2016. Check out MLB’s most beautiful ballpark, AT&T Park as the Giants host the Baltimore Orioles. The BART can take you across the Bay to see the area’s other team, the Oakland A’s as they battle the Seattle Mariners at the O.co Coliseum. There are plenty of things to do on your trip to San Francisco including taking a tour of Alcatraz, finding the best view of the Golden Gate Bridge or eating some of San Francisco’s famous crab cakes!

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Aerial of AT&T Park
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THE GREAT LAKES

Ten Days, Six Ballparks, Three Great Lakes. You start this trip along Lake Michigan in Milwaukee as the Brewers host the Washington Nationals at Miller Park. The following day you will drive south on Interstate 94 to Chicago where the Braves visit the Chicago Cubs at historic Wrigley Field. A day off allows you to fully explore the City of Chicago on September 5th. Next up is Guaranteed Rate Field as the White Sox host the Cleveland Indians. On September 6th, you visit the Motor City as the Detroit Tigers host the Kansas City Royals at Comerica Park. A day off allows you time to either explore Detroit or head East towards Cleveland for the following days matchup between the Orioles and Indians at Progressive Field. Another day off provides time to drive from along the banks of Lake Erie to the banks of Lake Ontario and Toronto. Here the Blue Jays host the Detroit Tigers at the Rogers Centre. Stay a couple of more days to enjoy Toronto or head south to Niagara Falls to see one of the most amazing waterfalls in the world!

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View towards the first base grandstand at Wrigley Field today

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View from the lower deck at US Cellular Field

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View from the upper deck at the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays

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Winter Classic conversion begins at Busch Stadium

No, Busch Stadium III was not designed with hosting the National Hockey League’s Winter Classic in mind. “Why didn’t you build in the rink?” St. Louis Blues chairman Tom Stillman jokingly asked St. Louis Cardinals president Bill DeWitt III Thursday afternoon after the league’s $1 million mobile refrigeration unit arrived at the ballpark. “We probably should have thought about that,” DeWitt said with a chuckle.