Major League Baseball and National Geographic are running the Opening Day Grand Prize Giveaway!
In the giveaway, one lucky winner will win a $100 MLB Store gift card and a copy of the NatGeo book, It’s a Number’s Game! Baseball signed by pitcher Sean Doolittle. Continue reading Win A $100 MLB Store Gift Card & NagGeo’s Book- It’s A Number Game!
Milwaukee Brewers leftfielder Ryan Braun forgot his passport and had to miss two exhibition games being played in Montreal.
Braun, a six- time All-Star, MVP and Rookie of the Year was supposed to join his team for the final two exhibition games before the season starts against the Blue Jays. Continue reading Baseball Player Ryan Braun Forgets Passport, Can’t Play In Montreal
Roy Halladay was one of the best pitchers in Major League Baseball until he retired back in 2013.
Tragedy struck earlier today when Halladay, 40 years old, died in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Florida. Continue reading Former MLB Pitcher Roy Halladay Dies In Plane Crash
SPG is celebrating their new partnership with Major League Baseball and wants you to Get in the Game in a new sweepstakes!
In the sweepstakes you can win instant win prizes like SPG Starpoints, Amazon gift cards and MLB TV premium subscriptions. The grand prize is pretty awesome- two tickets to game 1 of the 2016 World Series. Continue reading Get in the Game with SPG: Win A Share of 1,361 Prizes. I Already Won!
Last month I wrote that there might be MLB Spring Training games in Cuba next season.
The last time MLB was on the island was back in 1991 when the Baltimore Orioles played an exhibition game there.
While I haven’t come across much more info about potential games in Cuba for next season, MLB will be visiting sooner than expected. Continue reading MLB Going On Goodwill Tour of Cuba
Over the summer full diplomatic relations were restored between the US and Cuba.
Many people, myself included have long wanted to visit the island so this appears to be a step in the right direction towards being able to go there someday.
With relations restored, many companies are probably looking for ways to create new business opportunities in or with Cuba. Continue reading MLB Spring Training Games in Cuba?
I used to be a big sports fan but at this point, the only sport that I really love is baseball. It’s been a great year to be a New York Mets fan! Hopefully the winning ends with a World Series title..
In recent years I’ve been trying to visit more MLB parks although this year I didn’t have the time to check off any new ones…
Yesterday I received an e-mail about Starwood Prefered Guest (SPG) & Sheraton Hotels now having an exclusive partnership with Major League Baseball! Continue reading Sheraton & SPG’s Exclusive MLB Partnership
Yesterday a no-hitter was thrown by Hisashi Iwakuma of the Seattle Mariners.
This incredible achievement gave the fans of Seattle a great reason to be happy although their team is having a pretty awful season.
Due to Iwakuma’s awesome game, 20,000 people will get a free pizza today from Domino’s. Continue reading Domino’s Giving Away 20,000 Free Pizzas Starting Today
Back in May I wrote about Amazon Prime becoming JetBlue’s newest inflight entertainment option.
This was a great addition for those with Amazon Prime accounts, adding even more choices to the airline’s offering of free DIRECTV and (free) FlyFi internet service.
With all of these options, I find it hard that anyone could be bored during a JetBlue flight! Continue reading Interesting New JetBlue Entertainment Option
When it comes to sports, baseball is my clear-cut favorite. I’m loyal through good and bad to my favorite team, the New York Mets.
I try to go to a few games every year. Even if the team isn’t doing well, I know that I’ll be visiting a beautiful stadium that has some awesome food options.
Each year l try to visit stadiums of teams that I haven’t been to before. Some of the stadiums have also been great places to try out some tasty food options. Continue reading MLB Baseball Stadiums Ranked By Food