I took SO MANY panoramas in 2014! I took at least one – often dozens – at each ballpark on my Tour this season. This series marks the best of those panoramas at each game. They have all been amateurishly edited and cropped for consistency.
All in all, I’m very pleased with how these turned out. Again, something magical is happening in the Bay Area, or maybe that’s just where my pano skills reached pro form. I’m also pleased with the shots of Citizens Bank Park and US Cellular Field.
I am a bit disappointed with myself that I didn’t plan ahead better for this series. I could’ve taken them all from the same location in every park or at least waited until other fans arrived and the game was going on – I feel like about half of these feature the grounds crew. Oh well. Too late. Spilled milk.
Okay, enough writing. You didn’t come here to read words, you came to look at photos which are with 1,000 words each. So here’s 30,000 words on the 30 MLB ballparks in order my visit starting with Cincinnati on Opening Day. Enjoy.
Note: the date/name goes with the pano below it. It gets confusing after a bit of scrolling.
April 7: Busch Stadium – St. Louis Cardinals
April 13: Turner Field – Atlanta Braves
April 15: Minute Maid Park – Houston Astros
April 16: Chase Field – Arizona Diamondbacks
April 17: PETCO Park – San Diego Padres
May 12: AT&T Park – San Francisco Giants
June 3: Coors Field – Colorado Rockies
June 25: Citi Field – New York Mets
June 27: Yankee Stadium – New York Yankees
June 30: Fenway Park – Boston Red Sox
August 6: US Cellular Field – Chicago White Sox
August 7: Miller Park – Milwaukee Brewers
August 7: Wrigley Field – Chicago Cubs
September 3: Target Field – Minnesota Twins
September 17: Tropicana Field – Tampa Bay Rays
September 18: Marlins Park – Miami Marlins
September 21: PNC Park – Pittsburgh Pirates
September 22: Rogers Centre – Toronto Blue Jays
September 23: Comerica Park – Detroit Tigers
September 24: Progressive Field – Cleveland Indians
So many memories from a crazy summer. I’m excited to share them with you when my book comes out next year.
I’m trying to figure out what I should do with this collection beyond this post. Probably a coffee table book or something. Let me know what ideas you might have.