Athletics President Dave Kaval peers out his snazzy new digs in downtown Oakland toward San Francisco and the bay, and also the Howard Terminal site that could become home to his new ballpark.
If you have driven by or flown over Wrigley Field lately, you know more major renovations are under way. The most noticeable difference this season will be the relocating and widening of the dugouts, which will be moved from 15 to 30 feet down the left and right field lines and should provide more air circulation and better sight lines for the players.
For fans looking to mingle during the ball game but still follow the action, head to the right field side of Busch Stadium this season to check out what the St. Louis Cardinals are branding the Budweiser Terrace.
The giant hole just south of Globe Life Park keeps getting deeper and deeper, and at some point in the not-too-distant future it will begin to be surrounded by steel and concrete and eventually covered by a retractable roof.