|Zebster at Fenway|
I have never seen the Cubs, Mariners, A's, Rangers, Rockies, Marlins, Braves, Indians nor Cardinals. No, I'm not old enough to have seen the Boston Braves!
Obviously being a Boston Red Sox fan and growing up in New England, I've seen the BoSox many more times than any other team, followed by the Padres and Angels. I've seen the Sox play live about 20 times, which seems like a low number to me; and have seen them play at Fenway Park, Nationals Park, Memorial Stadium in Baltimore and the Big A in Anaheim. 1971 would be the first year I saw them play, on a trip to Boston with my grandparents and youngest uncle.
I averaged a couple of visits a season to see Padres games during the four years I lived in San Diego County and would drive up to Anaheim whenever the Red Sox were in town during that same four-year stretch.
Next is a list of the rest of the teams I've seen play more than a couple of times: Nationals 3, Orioles 4, Yankees 3, and Dodgers 4; followed by the teams I've seen once or twice: Brewers, Phillies, Royals, Twins, Pirates, Reds, Expos, Diamondbacks, Astros, Giants, Rays, Tigers, Mets, Blue Jays and White Sox.
What's interesting about the latter list is a couple of teams I would not have seen had I not made a visit to their park; namely the Tigers and the Pirates, which is a nice segue into listing the parks or stadiums I've visited to see a Major League baseball game: Fenway Park, of course, in Boston; Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego; Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles; the Big A in Anaheim; RFK and Nationals Park in DC; Memorial Stadium and Camden Yards in Baltimore; Tiger Stadium in Detroit; old Yankee Stadium in New York and PNC Park in Pittsburgh. "Honorable Mention" goes to Sky Dome/Rodgers Center. My brother and I ate lunch at the Hard Rock Cafe that is in the outfield of that building and which overlooks the field but there was no Blue Jays game the weekend we were there to see a game at Maple Leaf Garden (perhaps a list for another day?) It was actually in March and the basketball court had been set up on the field for a Raptors game the following evening...obviously before their new arena had been built.