Reprise of my First Blog Post (Sports Arenas)

In my first blog post, back in September, 2008, I listed all the professional sports arenas I had visited/teams I’d seen play.  Since then, I’ve scratched a few more off the list, but have never taken the time to update my progress.

The original goal was to visit every professional sports arena.  Let’s review our progress:

I added 4 new arenas (in bold) in just shy of two years.  Not bad overall, but I really thought with my crazy travel schedule, I would have accomplished more by now.

Picture of the Avalanche game below as well.


New Yankee Stadium!

I’ll be adding US Cellular (Chicago White Sox) in a few weeks.

Yankee Stadium(still can’t believe they’re knocking it down)
Fenway Park(Boston Red Sox)
Camden Yards(Baltimore Orioles)
PacBell Park(San Francisco Giants)
Safeco Field(Seattle Mariners)
Chase Field(Arizona Diamondbacks)
Shea Stadium(New York Mets)
Wrigley Field(Chicago Cubs)
Comerica Park(Detroit Tigers)
Coors Field(Colorado Rockies)
Nationals Park(Washington Nationals)

Giants Stadium(Giants, and that other team)
FedEx Field(Washington Redskins)
Qwest Field(Seattle Seahawks)
M&T Bank Stadium(Baltimore Ravens)
Soldier Field(Chicago Bears)
Candlestick Park(San Francisco 49ers)


Pepsi Center (Denver Nuggets)
Madison Square Garden(New York Knicks)
Brendan Byrne/Continental Airlines(New Jersey Nets)
Verizon/MCI(Washington Wizards)
United Center(Chicago Bulls)


Pepsi Center (Colorado Avalanche)
Madison Square Garden(New York Rangers)
Verizon/MCI(Washington Capitals)

Sports Arenas

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My goal in life is to fill my family’s passports with stamps, creating buckets of memories along the way. You’ll find me writing about realistic ways for normal people to travel the world, whether you’re on a budget or enjoy luxury. I also enjoy taking us on the occasional detour to explore the inner workings of the travel industry.

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