Baseball Travel: Weekly Twitter Recap

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On July 15th we gathered for our weekly Twitter chat to talk about America’s favorite pastime- baseball. We covered minor league vs. major league, favorite stadium foods and baseball memories. Read on to see a roundup of the conversation.


@PaulEisenberg Chicago. You’ve got your Sox, Cubs and Kane County Cougars 40mins from town in Geneva.


@allierose Love all those @RedSox fans. BUT – I have become a @Nationals fan. Not a bad seat in that stadium.

@passitpromo Atlanta because I grew up loving the Braves.

@ramblingstump Went to a Nashua Pride game where they were on a 17 game losing streak. They handed out paper bags @ gates.

@allierose Favor the I-95 corridor from DC to Boston. Seriously, there is some fierce fandom in baseball. @Redsox still my fave park.

@kymri I think Wrigley Field is the greatest baseball venue, so I have to go with Chicago!

@iDreamofJenn Gotta go with Boston & Fenway!

@dipaolamomma BOSTON! I’ve been to 10 parks and NOTHING beats the fans/history/vibe at Fenway. And I’m not a Red Sox fan!

@maryheston Baseball is great no matter where you are. Small Town minor league games can be a blast!


@theharriedmom We went to our 1st minor league game @RcklandBoulders -going back this Sat & @Mets on Sunday

@dipaolamomma Either. It’s America’s pastime, no matter what the players are paid, right?

@AnujadeSilva Minor league is cheap for regular outings. Major is for special occasions!

@camjrcole I like both. Our minor league is very very active with kids, major league, well its professional.

@Mrs_Riot1 Either is fine. I love our local minor team though!

@maryheston Both! It’s family fun at minor leagues & it is fun seeing the Major stars in action too.


@JazzyTJan My Dad always coached baseball. I gave softball a try in high school (intramurals). Became most improved player.

@msmary1962 When I was in elementary school LONG time ago we went to the Braves Stadium and meet Chief Nakahoma and his son and got popcorn.

@mommytravels Baseball memory: going to the Baltimore Orioles, then immediately taking my husband to airport to deploy.

@kimorlando Best/worst bball memory – ball dropped on DD head at KY minor league game. Face was on jumbotron.

@allierose Teaching my son about baseball. He wants seats to see the scoreboard, read the stats & see the pitch MPH readings. So digital!

@Pure_Wander Never forget 1st time in Fenway – 1991, wearing my softball glove. <3 minors w kids, but at least ONE major game!

@RobynsWorld I loved going with parents & brother to see St. Louis Cardinals play as a kid. My dad taught me to keep score even.


@shebuyscars Greatest part about ballpark food? Calories don’t count when consumed at a game. Right?!?

@dipaolamomma Voodoo Donut HOT DOG?! That has to be amazing! I love their culinary alchemy!!

@AndreaGuthmann Had great time @MillerPark @VisitMilwaukee. Gorgeous & kid-friendly, quirky sausage race & WI cheese curds.

@Lovenflipflops I love the hot dogs & the nachos. I think i have an extra stomach going to a game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

@Pure_Wander Boston. Fenway. Sam Lager. That’s food right?


@blondefabulous Tampa Rays have a touch tank with real rays in the outfield. Kids love it!

@kymri Teach them to keep score and tally averages. Worked for me 🙂

@Cammi72 our minor league park has a playground and kids bouncy house area.

@JazzyTJan Start a I spy game with them. That should be fun.

@purplepassion12 Usually there are activities for the kids as well, like meeting the mascot, batting cage, & getting them involved with the music


@tibstravel Minor league Montgomery Biscuits fun stadium on family-friendly river park right downtown.

@CantonCathy Love to be able to take our own snacks and even some in / out privileges. Family Meal deal would be great.

@Lovenflipflops The Orioles do a lot of meet and greets. Cal Ripken – I was elated when I was younger to meet him!

@leighmcaldwell Lower prices, fun mascots, access to players, kids on the field — all things we get at our local minor league ballpark.

@kimorlando The minor league Louisville Bats have a lot of family friendly activities, play area, kid’s meals, lower prices. Fun.

@dipaolamomma Having more in-park activities beyond the game, opportunities for interaction w/the players, & kid-priced tickets!

@PaulEisenberg Family restrooms in **every** MLB park, option of nut-free seating, and a photog taking snaps u can buy of you and your kids.

*Note: Comments are sometimes edited for spelling (the vs teh due to fast Twitter fingers!) and for abbreviation that our non-Twitter bretheren may not understand (DH vs dear husband). They are not edited for content as we feel it is valuable for everyone’s original thoughts to be heard.


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Nasreen Stump is married to Traveling Dad Greg Stump. Together they live in a multigenerational household with Greg’s dad and 4 children- a 14 year old boy, a 7 year old girl, a 5 year old girl, and a 1 year old boy. Nasreen also birthed two twins as a gestational surrogate for her BFF. For years Nasreen spent up to 5 nights a week on the road as a territory sales manager covering over 21 states during her tenure. She left in 2016 to help out more at home with her father in law’s cancer treatment schedule. Nasreen specializes in business travel, pregnant travel, medical travel and travel with children of varying ages. Lady loves to road trip. Last summer she hit the road from Texas to Vermont and back solo with 4 kids while pregnant with twins. Addicted to social media she shares her adventure on the road with those back home. She is back in Texas after 10 years in the Northeast.

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