Archive for: NL East

Jul 5th, 2010

Nationals Park

Nationals Park is a clean, tidy, pleasant place to watch a ballgame. The seating bowl is sweeping and elegant, there are places to wander, picnic tables to commandeer, and places to socialize. It is not the most elegant or beautiful ballpark you will ever visit, but it certainly does its job adequately, and does it aimed at the majority of people who will visit it.

Apr 25th, 2010


Citi Field is big, and there is a lot to see, and while I have written the definitive guide to the ballpark, there is still a lot to digest. So if I was taking you to the ballpark as my guest, here's how we would do things.

Jul 18th, 2009


Yes, this is my home park. I like to think that I am more analytical than the average fan, that I can see my ballpark with an outsider's perspective, and to some extent, I think I do that.

Apr 8th, 2008


Now defunct. In honor of the last season, for those of you out-of-towners headed for Flushing to see the old gal before they knock her down (can’t implode buildings in the NYC limits any more), I present to you The MetsGrrl Guide To Shea Stadium. Obviously, this is not for the people who are out in Flushing every week. BUYING TICKETS Unless you’re trying to come to see the Subway Series, a Saturday game, or flying thousands of miles, you probably don’t need to buy tickets months in advance if it’s just important for you to be in the stadium. Keep in mind, however, you’re not the only one thinking this – there are hundreds of thousands of people in the Tri-State area who want to take Grandpa or the kids or their nephew to Shea one last time.… [more]

Jul 1st, 2007


Citizen's Bank Park is a little bandbox of a ballpark that has its pros and cons.