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    Where is the best place to be before and after a game in your city?

    This summer I will be making my way around the country visiting all 30MLB ballparks. For my inspiration see http://baseballdreamin.blogspot.com/2012/02/trip.html
    When I go to Cleveland I will be shown around by Matt Van Wormer who writes for www.didthetribewinlastnight.com. We will be eating lunch before the game a restaurant that was featured on Man Vs Food, arriving at the park a few hours before game time to check things out, and sitting in the “Social Media Suite”. It’s shaping up to be an amazing once in a lifetime experience. I will tell you all about it once I am in Cleveland.


    That got me to thinking that maybe I should seek out a “tour guide” in each city. It’s not a particularly hard position just meet up with me and show me where the fun spots are and show me around the park. Basically I am looking for somebody to be an ambassador to your city. I'm looking to experience and document the best possible game day environment in each park. If this is something that interests you please email me at [email protected]. You can find my schedule Here http://baseballdreamin.blogspot.com/2012/02/trip.html

    As I said before I will be documenting every aspect of my trip. Please feel free to take a look at my blog and join me for my adventure. http://baseballdreamin.blogspot.com You can also find me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BaseballDreamin or twitter: https://twitter.com/BaseballDreamin

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    Well there is a bar down the street from Wrigley called Luckys. They were featured on Man vs Food. Awesome awesome awesome sandwiches with the fries, coleslaw, and a fried egg on the sandwich. Well it appears there are two locations now.

    http://www.luckysandwich.com/

    Or if you like exotic hot dogs and deep fried Oreos or what ever they have that day. Chicago Dog House was featured on the Food Network.

    http://www.chicagosdog.com/Chicagos_Dog_House/Home.html

    I've been to both many time and the food is simply great.


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