Bats Open House

Louisville Slugger Field-Louisville, KY:  Sunday the Louisville Bats held an Open House for their season ticket holders and guests.   It was a chance for us to get away to the ballpark, and enjoy a nice day that was just chill.  After I picked up my ticket package envelope, we headed to the concession stand to get our free hotdog, popcorn, and pop.  And what better place to enjoy these treats than our reserved seats?  This will be my view for every Sunday game this season:

After we finished up our lunch, we went into the bowels of Louisville Slugger Field to check out the Bats locker room and clubhouse.  Both were modest, but they looked like nice facilities for sure.

Putting on my ‘game face’

When we were done poking around the locker room area, we followed the hallway that lead to the Bats’ dugout.  There is something just relaxing about sitting in a dugout for me, it just feels like home somehow.  Brings back some good memories of Little League and high school, I guess.

After our rest in the dugout, we took a lap around the outfield.  It’s always nice to be on the field, too…  We ended our excursion by heading up to check out one of the suites looking over the ballpark.  All I can saw is, I’ve seen the suite life, and it is good.  If or when I win the Powerball, I now know my first purchase will be to secure one of these suites for my friends, family, and I to enjoy the games.  We were able to sample some food up there, also, and it was awesome!  Oh, well, I can dream, anyway…  We have plans to be back here when the Cincinnati Reds visit town for an exhibition. Please help me pray for good weather!

Photos property of Minoring In Baseball

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