With 30 Major League Baseball teams each
playing 162 games a year, there are over 2,400 opportunities to
attend an MLB game every season. When you're ready to make your
next trip to watch your favorite team play at
home or "on the road", just
click on the team or stadium name to see
our information about
hotels conveniently located near all MLB stadiums
Many stadiums, both old and new, are located in downtown locations, frequently giving you multiple options for places to stay. And you'll usually find some hotels that are within walking distance of the ballpark. Downtown locations also give you plenty of places to eat and sightseeing options to consider while in town.
Real baseball fans might even want to create their own tours of MLB ballparks. For instance, in one extended weekend you could take in games in Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Go a little further north and make a swing through the home parks of the Mets, Yankees and Red Sox (plan ahead - Yankees and, especially, Red Sox games sell out early). You can skim around the edges of Lake Erie with a stadium trip that starts in Pittsburgh then goes to Cleveland and Detroit.
Want to see baseball before the regular season begins? Make a spring trip to Florida or Arizona for spring training baseball.