Dollar Dog Night at Progressive Field, Cleveland

 

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Busch Stadium, St. Louis

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"Foul Ball, Busch Stadium III, St. Louis"

Busch Stadium, St. Louis

I’m a little foggy on the exact details of the first ballgame I ever attended, but it was definitely at Busch Stadium in St Louis. Originally named “Sportsman’s Park”, it was in a densely populated urban area that had recent changed from predominately Italian and German, to African American. I was eight.

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PNC Park, Pittsburgh

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 "PNC Park, Pittsburgh", 36" x 60", oil on canvas, 2014-17

 TV moved into our suburban Boston home in the summer of 1960 when I was 7 years old. Early that fall I ran home from the bus stop to catch what was left of each World Series game.  Read more »

Wrigley Field at 100

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"Wrigley Field at 100", oil on canvas, 36" x 60", 2013-14

 

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"Dreamland, Dodger Stadium and Chavez Ravine"

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"Confessions of a Yankee Hater"

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Fenway Park, Home of the Boston Red Sox

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"Fenway Park at 100", oil on canvas, 36" x 60", 2012

I find it hard to believe I have been alive for most of Fenway Park’s existence. It has been around forever, right? The home of the Boston Red Sox is Major League Baseball’s oldest ballpark and is celebrating it’s 100th season this year. The numbers, however, don’t lie. 59 seasons have run their course since I turned up in 1952. Fenway Park opened its doors only 41 before that, in 1912. Read more »

Target Field, Home of the Minnesota Twins

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"Target Field, Home of the Minnesota Twins", oil on canvas; 36" x 60", 2011/12

A lot of people were dubious when the Minnesota Twins announced plans to build a new, downtown, open air ballpark. The pneumatic Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is not beloved for it’s cozy architecture (it is still the home of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings). It is, however, warm and dry 365 days a year, right downtown and has a rich history of franchise success being the home of the 1987 and 91 World Champions. Read more »

Yankee Stadium

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BallPark Project Painting #6- Yankee Stadium 

“Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit, Yankee Stadium, 2011”, oil on canvas, 36” x 60” Read more »

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