Baseball will forever be an American pastime, inspiring millions of men to live out a fantasy as a general manager and bringing friends and family together in the grand stands of iconic ball parks from the beginning of spring to the first falling leaves of fall. These baseball tickets are sought to play first hand witness to a no hitter or an inspiring ninth-inning rally started with two outs. They are a chance to enjoy a summer with a game that celebrates the lazy lull of an amazing summer with three up and three down, but harkens the call for a little excitement with fireworks after a homerun brings the bleachers to its feet as they look for the ball in the sky.
This was America’s first offering to the world of sport, a game supposedly dating as far back as the middle of the 18th century. It took a while, but baseball would develop verifiable rules by the 1846 when the first recorded game took place in Hoboken, New Jersey one afternoon. Within half a century the National League and American League (which would merge to form Major League Baseball) were formed and were flourishing as stars like Ty Cobb, Cy Young, and Babe Ruth enticed thousands to arrive at stadiums around the country. Now baseball game tickets remain a festivity cherished by each generation, by families coming together in the bleachers, and friends sharing a beer directly behind the plate.