1. The Transformation of Madison Square Garden

    Has any one noticed that the famed MSG is going under the knife? Seriously, this is one place that needed it. It has almost been in as bad of repair as the old Vet in Philly...

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  2. Consol Energy Center | Pittsburgh Penguins

    Right now, is there a hotter Hockeytown than Pittsburgh, PA? The Penguins are considered, by some, to be the favorites in the East and are riding a 150+ game sell-out streak. The winter classic is being held at Heinz Field this year...

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  3. Alabama Crimson Tide: A Bryant Deny Stadium Fan Interview

    While planning some upcoming sports road trips for the Sports Trekker I had the fortune to interview a Tuscaloosa Native and Alabama Alum, Brittany Cockrell, on what one can expect if you go to a 'Bama game in the fall...

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  4. Penn State's Beaver Stadium: How to Improve the Experience

    Ten improvements that I would love to see around Beaver Stadium. Really, Beaver Stadium is one my happy places. It's been one of the few constants in my life as my family has been going to games well before my arrival...

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  5. Tropicana Field: St Petersburg, FL

    Built in the final dark years of stadium design (1990), the city of St. Petersburg wanted to attract a Major League baseball franchise. Left vacant for a few years, the original occupying team was a hockey team (Tampa Bay Lighting)...

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  6. Summer Baseball on the Cape: Cape Cod, MA

    With summer in full swing, now is the best time to take in a baseball game. And while there are terrific professional ballparks scattered around the country, some of the best collegiate ...

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  7. Beers for the Fourth of July: Beer Sports Pairings

    Have you ever thought to yourself while watching a sporting event, "You know, this beer is really ruining my experience?" Or have you ever been out beer shopping before the game and ...

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  8. 30 MLB Ballparks, One Family | Insight from the Wishmans

    Prepping for a trip to the Midwest, the Wishman family is getting ready to do something they have been doing for the past 16 years: Visit ballparks...

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  9. The Masters Golf 2010: Could It Be the Most Memorable Ever?

    Clearly, the Masters is one of the toughest tests of nerves that golfers endure. I can’t imagine how PGA tour players can keep their emotions in check while standing over a putt to win a regular tour event...

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  10. The Ballpark Project

    The ‘Ballpark Project’ starts today! The Project answers the simple question, ‘Who has the best Ballpark in Baseball?’ First, we traveled to and experienced the ballparks...

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  11. 2010 Bottom 5 Ballparks

    Every year right before baseball season starts we come up with a list of the worst major league ballparks still in operation...

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  12. City Stadium Profile | Philadelphia PA

    Welcome to the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. Once home to some of the most notorious sports facilities in the US, perhaps the world, it is now home to a handsome collection of stadiums, each with it's own flavor...

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  13. Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis: Home Of the Final Four

    The 2010 NCAA Final Four will be in held at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis, but the Circle City is no stranger to the Final Four as this is its fifth time playing host...

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  14. Minnesota Twins Get New Home Away from the Dome

    Next season the Minnesota Twins will finally have a place to call their own. After sharing the dreadful indoors at HHH Metrodome with the Vikings since 1982, the people of the Twin Cities finally had enough...

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  15. How You Are Going To Watch The Tourny With Your Boys?

    The NCAA tournament is almost upon us! They are some of the best days of the year to take off from work, order a pizza and just plop down on the couch all day with a few of your friends...

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  16. NCAA Basketball: March Madness Starts Here!

    It's finally March! Every single sports fan in America knows what that means: March Madness! Before you know it, everyone at your office will be running around, filling out brackets, and explaining ...

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  17. CHG visits the Big House

    CHG @ The Big House The Crosshair Guide had the opportunity to visit the Big House last weekend at the University of Michigan. Here is what we took from our trip. Good: Michigan fans were excellent hosts...

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  18. Green (LEED) Stadiums

    There are a lot of environmental buzz words going on right now...sustainability, Green and Climate Change, etc. Sure you hear these words all the time (mostly by politicians) but did you know ...

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  19. Cleveland Browns Stadium

    Home of the Cleveland Browns Opened in 1999 on the Cleveland Lake Shore Construction cost ran $283 Million Seating capacity is 73,200 Site on the site of the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium ...

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  20. Revoluntionary Stadiums

    Every so often as fans we are treated to a new stadium that promises to changes the way we look at the sporting world. Last night the Cowboys ushered in their state of the art, ultra flashy new digs...

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  21. Revolutionary Stadiums

    Every so often as fans we are treated to a new stadium that promises to changes the way we look at the sporting world. Last night the Cowboys ushered in their state of the art, ultra flashy new digs...

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  22. Most Likely to Rupture Your Eardrum: 2009 College Football Stadium Superlatives

    How great is college football? There is nothing better than making a road trip and traveling to a big-time college football game...

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  23. LSU Tiger Stadium Guide

    Tiger Stadium: Home of LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium (alternatively known as Death Valley) for years has been a house of horrors for opposing teams. Like a vampire LSU loves to come out at night...

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  24. Michigan Stadium Guide

    Michigan Stadium: Home of the Michigan Wolverines Nicknamed the Big House, Michigan Stadium is home to the winningest D-I college football program in the nation. The Wolverines have called this their home since 1927...

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  25. Guide to the Little League World Series

    Little League World Series: South Williamsport PA Every August the Little League world turns to the central Pennsylvania town of Williamsport...

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