Hey, it’s Juls! Thanks for taking the time to read my last post.
As the Dodgers are playing their first game of the series in Arizona, I am writing this blog post from the comfort of my couch. Do you ever wonder what it’s like to consistently travel from city to city with the dodgers? I know, me too.
As a fan of not just the Dodgers but baseball, I have a life goal to one day visit every MLB stadium. (I am sure many others have as well) Part of this dream would be to one day travel with the Dodgers while they’re on the road. The most I have traveled with the team is to San Francisco in 2017 and Anaheim in 2019. Of the two, San Francisco was my favorite. The rivalry made the game intense, and the trash talk kept it lively.
One other stadium I have been to, but not with the dodgers, was Oakland. Oakland was fun, and tickets were really cheap to sit behind the visitors dugout. For some reason San Diego has not been checked off, but it will be this season when the Dodgers go. To be able to travel, you have to plan accordingly, and save enough to enjoy the trip.
Depending where you want to visit, you will have to pay for travel, your stay, the game tickets and any foods you wish to try at the stadium. Trying different foods at a new stadium is a must, as it gives you the full experience. Traveling in groups seems like a great idea now that AirBnB has become so popular. In some cities, it’s sometimes cheaper than any other hotel options.
Hopefully one day my life goal will be completed. Until then, if you have any tips and tricks for traveling to different cities/stadiums, please comment them below! It would be great advice for me, and any other fan wishing to know the same ideas.
Till next time,