|Mark, John, Cliff, and Tom|
I was told by Jack to visit Heritage Park.
It is inside the park just past the outfield. Some nice monuments and plaques of former players.
Several important players have a tile on a wall. Guys like Orel Hershiser who helped the Indians get to the World Series in 1995 and 1997.
Others have a plaque.
We purchased e-tickets. Which is convenient and a lousy keepsake. Their Fan Assistance people were great and gave us real tickets (although not our seats) so we could toss them in a drawer later.
Can't tell the players without a program.
Can't tell when the games will be played without a pocket schedule. Well, sure you can, but these are nice.
Can't tell when the games are for the Indians' Class A affiliate without a pocket schedule.
Magnets. I like magnets. They were selling these at kiosks around the concourse. A couple of bucks. I don't know. I found this one on the ground.
Alyssa Boggs sang the National Anthem and did a very nice job with it. She was in the concourse signing her baseball card.
Yes, I asked for the selfie opportunity.
One of the things that I like about ballparks is their uniqueness. I like to look at architecture, both large and small. The design of this seat side caught my eye.
|C is for Caroline|
When a game goes 14 innings one starts figuring out what all those other options on one's phone camera can do.
The Yankees finally won in the 14th, 5-4. Here's the boxscore. Jeter got a couple of hits. Ichiro struck out three times. Teixeira hit two home runs. It was good baseball.
Hopefully tomorrow I'll recap the second game of the trip.