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Charlie's Big Baseball Parks Page -- With reviews and photos of nearly 200 ballparks, this page is the stadium website standard-bearer. Charlie sees more baseball in one summer than many of us see in a decade...
Mike Castro's Fields of Dreams -- Mike has visited over 40 stadiums, and his professional-quality photos and thoughtful reviews are the next best thing to being at the ballpark yourself.
Brian Merzbach's Baseball Parks Home Page -- This site documents, in words and photographs, the over 120 different ballparks Brian has visited (more than almost anyone on the web -- except Charlie, of course).
Baseballparks.com -- Joe Mock's lively, informative site is obviously a labor of love by a serious fan. Combining reviews, feature stories, photos, fan comments, and even a quiz, it's one-stop shopping for anyone who loves ballparks.
Tom's Minor League Ballpark Page -- Tom provides photos and comments on many ballparks throughout the southeast and midwest, and has assembled the single best site for information on Appalachian League parks.
Frank's Ballpark Page -- Frank, based out of New York, provides great photos and short reviews of the 40+ ballparks he's visited, mostly in the northeast.
Chris Gigley's Minor League Road Trip -- As advertised, the results of Chris's annual baseball roadtrip can be found here -- nice photos, terrific reviews, and even a critique of each team's website.
Small-Parks.com -- Jeff LeCrone's paean to minor league ballparks, it includes thorough reviews and excellent photos of numerous stadiums, mostly in the northeast. An added bonus -- features on the people that he meets at the games.
The Gibbs Ballpark Page -- If there are more enthusastic baseball fans out there than Gibbs, I've yet to meet them. His site includes lists of the 70+ ballparks he's visited, conveniently organized by league.
Mike McCann's Quest -- This page details Mike's ambition to visit every major and minor league ballpark. It features a list of the 30 or so parks he's already visited, plus a handy page with links to all full-season affiliated teams.
Two Steps Away -- As it says on the site, "a photographic journey through baseball's Eastern League." And a terrific journey it is, too, as photographer Frank Priegue documents the fans, players, and even the mascots of the EL.
The Unofficial Northeast League Independent Baseball Page -- Mike Engle provides information about the league, now part of the Northern League. Also here is a list of the nearly 50 parks Mike's visited himself.
John Skilton's Baseball Links -- By far the most comprehensive index of baseball sites on the web, with links to over 7500 sites. Like the homepage says, if you can't find what you're looking for here, it probably doesn't exist.
Baseball Travel -- Kevin Reichard's site devoted to traveling the baseball circuits of the upper midwest (and some teams in the northwest). It includes a detailed guide to the ballparks as well as thing to do and see while you're in town.
Ballparks by Munsey and Suppes -- A slick, professional-looking site, it's a great source of info on major league stadiums, as well as venues for other big league sports.
Bert's Ballparks -- Insightful reviews and great photos of several major and minor league parks, as well as features on baseball players and fans.
Ballparks and Roadtrips -- Kevin Marsh's site combines photographs of dozens of ballparks with reviews and commentary from his legendary, 50-stop 1995 road trip.
Midwest League Guide -- Joel Dinda, the MWL's unofficial historian and greatest booster, has assembled a terrific site devoted to the teams, ballparks, and players of the league.
Society for American Baseball Research -- Find out more about SABR, a terrific organization. The site includes links to hundreds of sites maintained by SABR members.
Statistical Studies of Baseball -- My dad's a baseball fan, too, but also a bit of an egghead. This page is evidence of what happens when a Computer Science professor and the national pastime meet head-to-head.
Cedar Rapids Kernels -- The official website of the greatest team in the Midwest League (not counting winning percentage). 2001 is the final year for old Veterans Memorial Stadium (my home away from home for the last half-decade), but information about the new ballpark will be posted by April 2001.
Save Fenway Park! -- Everyone claims to love the classic old stadiums, but they're almost gone. This site helps fans get involved to save the oldest remaining big league ballpark.
SoyHappy.org -- see why people like Tony LaRussa have endorsed this campaign to make veggie-dogs available at major league stadiums. Even vegetarians need something to soak up the beer.
University of Iowa Department of History -- Where I am when not at the ballpark.
International Vegetarian Union -- Vegetarian information, resources, and links.
Marathon Guide -- When not at school or the ballpark, I like to run. And run, and run, and run...