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Summer and America’s Favorite Pastime — Baseball

If there’s one thing Americans are nostalgic about, it’s baseball. Americans love their baseball and this tradition lives on.

Baseball has its appeal to people from all walks of life. Unlike other sports, people of average height and build are able to excel in the game. Consequently, many kids grow up playing baseball or softball at school stadiums, on Little League teams or even in their own backyards.


A Snapshot of Baseball History

Baseball first emerged before the American Civil War in the 1800’s and the first official, professional baseball league came into existence in 1871. As baseball grew in popularity during the 20th century, large cities all over the U.S. formed professional ball teams. By the 1920’s Babe Ruth became renowned for his home runs and took the Yankees to the World Series. Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers broke the race barrier in 1947 as the first African American to play in the major leagues. Furthermore, baseball has survived the tests of time and still remains a highly popular sport today.

Find a Ball Park in your City and Head to a Game

Nothing beats sitting in the bleachers with a friendly crowd that is thrilled about the game. Fans bond as they cheer for their team. People sink their teeth into tasty hotdogs and wash them down with glasses of ice-cold beer. “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” plays in the seventh inning. And fans join together doing “the wave.” You’ve got to love it because it’s all great fun.


Head on out to a Game

Your excitement can begin when you step onto a charter bus with friends and family. Enjoy the ride, chat, relax, and travel stress-free by leaving traffic and parking to a professional driver.

Charter buses are the safest and greenest form of road transportation in the nation. Plus, they are affordable.

Book the Fast and Easy Way

Make reservations within minutes online. Or if you prefer, call 1-888-502-3458

Summer and America’s Favorite Pastime — Baseball