Born deep in the heart of the Amazon jungle and raised by a troupe of roving Ranchera music players, Andrés is a diehard Boston sports fans who celebrated the 2004 ALCS victory of Red Sox over the Yankees as the sun rose on the Mediterranean. When not developing content for Ticket Liquidator, he can be found enjoying beer, baseball, disc golf and bull fighting. He once shot himself in the thumb with a B.B. gun in an attempt to discern if the gun was firing correctly. It was.
The defending champions have sputtered a bit in the first half of the season but the team is looking to turn it around in the second half. Boston veterans like David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia and Jon Lester bring the veteran leadership, while the front office is giving fans a look at the franchise's future with a bevy of young players seeing significant playing time. Fenway Park is still America's most beloved ballpark, and with the added pleasure of seeing the defending champions there's not a better place to take in some baseball action.
Dyana is an avid New England Patriots fanatic. Whether it be on the couch, at a sports bar, or live in the bleachers themselves, you will catch her jumping, screaming, and cheering on the Pats. Her favorite day of the week is Sunday, for obvious reasons, and when she isn’t watching NFL football, she enjoys art. She loves drawing, painting, and photography in her spare time, and would love to take her talent to Boston over NYC any day.
Check out a ballgame at the historic AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants and the home run record of Barry Bonds. With an awesome view of San Francisco Bay at the right field wall and no net behind home plate increasing your chances of taking home a foul ball, this ballpark is sure to bring enjoyment one way or another.
Good luck meeting a bigger St. Louis Cardinals fan. One day in 1991, a four-year-old version of John Paul was annoyed at his older siblings for whatever reason (maybe they told him to eat his vegetables), and since they were Yankees fans, he decided he didn’t want to be a Yankees fan any longer. Instead, he opened The Hartford Courant and decided to root for that team that scored the most runs. The Cardinals beat the Giants by a lot, and the stubborn JP has been sticking with the Cardinals ever since. JP can also thank his siblings for his U2 fandom – he’s seen U2 live over 40 times. Besides the Cardinals and U2, JP enjoys the finer things in life – flag football, baseball simulation leagues, Taco Bell, and Mountain Dew. He fears only alligators, crocodiles, and brain aneurysms. Just don’t call him John.
The Cardinals have underperformed this year, and the red-hot Brewers have opened up a decent lead in the NL Central. Still, it’s a tale of two halves in baseball. Cardinals fans can fondly remember 2011 when St. Louis was 10 games out of a playoff spot in late August before going on an unbelievable run, capped off with a World Series title. Now in 2014, the Redbirds have one of the most talented rosters in the MLB – and should start finally playing well. Who knows, maybe Oscar Taveras will get called up soon to help the struggling offense, but either way, Busch Stadium is the place to be this summer as the Cards get ready to make a major charge.
Though she can’t literally juggle, Stacey, multi-tasker extraordinaire, visualizes tossing around flaming swords as she tackles her to do list. In a former life, Stacey was a stage manager and sometimes set painter for a local theater. Since retiring her headset, she sees more shows than she techs. When she's not banging out website feature specifications for TL, Stacey does her part to contribute to the Internet's wealth of funny cat photos.
They say the third time’s the charm, and after two disappointing seasons, Angels fans are eager to see the team’s impressive lineup head to the playoffs this year. Albert Pujols, Josh Hamilton, David Freese, and phenomenon Mike Trout make the Angels an exciting team to watch in the AL West. Catch a game to cheer on that Angels talent as they fight to keep the Oakland A’s from another division title and make a run for the American League pennant.
Toni likes to say it's easier to list the jobs she hasn't tried. From lifeguard to lounge singer, bartender to bill collector, door-to-door salesperson to business analyst--Toni has been there and done that. Then, she decided that what she really wanted to be was a writer. Be careful what you say and do around this one—you might end up in her novel!
The Royals have a real shot at the playoffs for the first time since 1985, when they won the series, largely due to exciting young players like Perez and Ventura. Also, Kauffman Stadium is one of the nicest ballparks in the major leagues (with three in-park Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue® locations), making it a great place to catch a game!
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