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Annual Road Trip - Pirates

Annual Road Trip - Pirates

Annual Road Trip - Pirates

Every year our family has a tradition of taking a baseball road trip.  This year we targeted Pittsburgh and we weren't disappointed.  Go early and catch the Ball Park Tour. They have a alley of Negro League statues and it is well done. Not only did we catch an amazing Pirates game that they won big, but my son got two balls. One during the game and one during BP. 

We also got to see the Hynes Sports Museum and the Roberto Clemente Bridge.  Downtown is beautiful, it is worth walking around to see all the sights (including some interesting guys who hang on the bridge).

Next year.....California.

By GoSox2012
Tuesday, 11 Oct 2011

 

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