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The Baseball Fan's Bucket List: 162 Things You Must Do, See, Get, and Experience Before You Die

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  • Posted August 7, 2010

    Fill Your Bucket with Baseballs

    This an outstanding book for baseball fans of any age. Divided into 162 chapters, the same number as in a full season of major league baseball, this is a collaboration between a father and daughter who love the game of baseball. In paperback it fits easily into your luggage, back pack or purse. Keep it close.
    It lists must see things such as all 30 major league parks, Cooperstown, the Negro Baseball Hall of Fame, and the college World Series.
    There are also baseball movies and books, minor league parks, and many other things fans need to do or see before they die. The books and movies are subjective and the reader may insert his/her own choices although the authors give compelling reasons for their own choices.
    A brief synopsis of each park is invaluable for a first visit. It may even include food items unique to each city.
    The amount of time you should budget for a Hall of Fame visit and other helpful hints are in every chapter.
    There is a check list at the back of the book for you to write date and time for each item on the list.
    There is no reason you have to limit your list to 162 items, add your own and enjoy the game.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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