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Welcome to the Baseball Fan Grand Slam blog!

In baseball, a grand slam is the most a player can score in a single hit. So, what is a Baseball Fan Grand Slam? It’s a difficult feat of the same magnitude: taking in a game at every Major League Baseball park in one season! That’s what we’re doing in 2023.

We’re also taking this opportunity to raise some visibility – and funding – for a widespread problem. More than 60% of the US population lives paycheck to paycheck. Employees, particularly those with young children, experience homelessness and instability at startling rates. We hope you’ll follow our progress around the United States and support our goal of raising $100,000 for the Employee Stability Program at Wellspring Family Services through Home Runs for Housing.

Blog Posts

  • Stadium 30: Our Visit to T-Mobile Park
    We have completed our Baseball Fan Grand Slam! T-Mobile was our final stop on our 30 stadium tour. Read our recap of the visit here, and find out how much money we have raised (so far!) for Home Runs for Housing!
  • Stadium 29: Our Visit to Oracle Park
    We finally found a stadium that gave Wrigley Field a run for its money. Check out our visit to Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants to find out why the 29th stadium on our trip gave Wrigley competition!
  • Stadium 28: Our Visit to the Oakland Coliseum
    Stadium 28 of 30 in our Baseball Fan Grand Slam was the Oakland Coliseum, home of the Oakland Athletics … at least for now. Read about our visit to the stadium and our downtime in the Bay area in this post!
  • Stadium 27: Our Visit to Angels Stadium
    Our 27th stop on the Baseball Fan Grand Slam was Angels Stadium. Read about the guy who almost fell over the wall, the opposing team’s variation on the national anthem, and our recap of the game here!
  • Stadium 26: Our Visit to Coors Field
    Stadium 26 of 30 was Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies. In addition to watching the game, we connected with friends, visited the Molly Brown House, and stopped in the National Ballpark Museum. Read all about our visit here!