The Philadelphia Phillies captured the Cliff Lee Prize in free agent signings. A rotation of Lee, Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels will be mighty impressive. One of our tours has a stop in Philadelphia on June 25th. Don’t miss your chance to sign up for it!
Deposits for 2011 trips now being accepted. Seats are held with nonrefundable deposit only. Balance is due 45 days before trip departs. June trip: Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York (Yankee Stadium), July Trip, Boston, Baltimore, August Trip, weekend at Turner Field, Atlanta.
Boston Red Sox are serious for 2011. Winning the Adrian Gonzales and Carl Crawford Sweepstakes. We have two opportunities to see the Sox in 2011. A trip to Fenway in July and a trip to Pittsburgh to see an interleague matchup. Check out the 2011 tours.
27 Innings in 72 Hours
by Tim Josephs
Bleary-eyed we stumbled out of our cars and lined up to wait for the bus. And although the sun hadn’t come up yet, our fearless leader Bill (www.billsbaseballtours.com) cheerfully greeted us all. I was there with my parents and wife and I looked around at the other folks. There were kids, moms and dads, grandparents, couples and friends. Everyone looked tired but excited.
After the luggage was loaded, Bill talked about the trip, took a role call, and we headed out of Asheville. Just before we got on the highway, I watched a father and his young son sitting near the front of the bus clink their plastic water bottles together in a “cheers” gesture, and we were on our way. So, where were we going?
The first stop was Washington, DC, and then New York City for three major league baseball games. “Three games in three days?” an incredulous non-sports fan had asked my Mom before our trip. “You must be crazy.” Perhaps we were. Read more of this Baseball tour review.