For second time ever, the Houston Astros have made it to the World Series. And if you’re wanting to catch a home run ball from the Series, you’ll have to pay a hefty price for the seats.
Prices for World Series tickets at Dodger Stadium soar
Ticket prices and sales were soaring Friday, hours after the Los Angeles Dodgers clinched a World Series berth for the first time in 29 years.
Cubs unveil plans, renderings for new Wrigley Field clubs
The evolution of Wrigley Field will continue when the Cubs begin construction on three premier clubs shortly after the final out of the season.
Could a downsized A’s ballpark be a hit?
Baseball is trending toward smaller stadiums, from the nearly 50,000-seat monoliths to the 40,000-or-so capacities of AT&T Park, and the Oakland Athletics’ plan for a $500 million, 34,000-seat ballpark near Lake Merritt takes the evolution a seat further.
Safeco Field turf being replaced for first time in stadium history
When you go to a Seattle Mariners game at Safeco Field next season, you will see something new — the field itself. For the first time since the stadium opened in 1999, the entire playing surface is being replaced.
Are Royals headed to downtown KC? City starts talks, studies four sites
The city of Kansas City is funding a study of at least four potential sites for a downtown baseball stadium for the Kansas City Royals, according to documents obtained by The Star.
Kauffman Stadium field undergoing ‘massive overhaul’
About an hour after the Royals’ season finale Sunday at Kauffman Stadium, a group of grounds crew members grabbed a golf club and put a pin in center field.
The Chase Field pool may have started as a joke, but the Diamondbacks have the last laugh
Here’s how the idea for building a swimming pool in a Major League Baseball ballpark came about. Three guys from Chicago were looking at a model of Phoenix’s proposed ballpark when one of them made an off-hand reference to a novelty shower that used to sit in center field in the White Sox stadium.
No public money for a baseball stadium — unless Montrealers agree
Projet Montréal Leader Valérie Plante says “not a penny” of public money will be spent on a new baseball stadium — unless Montrealers agree to it. Plante said if elected, her party would hold a ref