There was a time when the popular preference for doing away with Candlestick Park was for a spectacular implosion, much like has been done with other stadiums with the signature moment captured in videos and photos.
The history, architecture and the fans are what make going to a baseball game an exciting adventure. All of these factor into what helps some of these stadiums make the must-see lists for all baseball fans.
As part of Will Ferrell’s day as a major leaguer, the comedian took the spot usually occupied by Buster Posey in the San Francisco Giants lineup on Thursday.
Madden said he won’t be tuning in when the actor and comedian takes the field at five Arizona Cactus League games, playing all nine positions.
The Oakland A’s spring training routine got a jolt Thursday from comedian Will Ferrell and his attempt to play in 10 positions for 10 teams in five different Cactus League games in one day.
The comedy star might not be known for his killer pitch (see above) or his precise batting skills, but Ferrell is still going to attempt a major athletic feat: he wants to play all nine positions in the Cactus League.
Every February, The San Francisco Giants gather for Spring Training at their home Park in Scottsdale, Arizona. In 1977, the A’s opened the newly built Hohokam Stadium in Mesa, Arizona.
Outfielder Hunter Pence of the San Francisco Giants was reportedly injured during a spring training game Thursday.
Last week catcher Buster Posey won that distinction in a fan vote, adding to an epic list of baseball accomplishments. His half-decade for the ages includes Rookie of the Year, Batting Champion, Most Valuable Player and three World Series Championships, leading some to proclaim him the successor to Yankees captain Derek Jeter as the game’s top star.
The San Francisco Giants’ Buster Posey was voted as Major League Baseball’s most recognizable player Thursday in the #FaceOfMLB Twitter contest.