Best Cities to Watch a Baseball Game – SI Showcase

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Major League Baseball opened on April 7, 2022, after a 99-day owner-initiated lockout that was the second-longest strike in the games history after the 232 players’ strike in 1994 – 1995. For fans, it was a day to celebrate at their favorite baseball park or even to watch from their favorite sports bar or the comfort of their own homes.

After all, with the right Smart TV and sound system, the experience at home can be just as much fun as watching from a ballpark. Plus, home viewing offers a front row vantage point for every play and reasonably priced (well, sort of…) food and beverages!

No doubt, MLB has suffered public image issues as a result of the lockout, which could keep some fans away from the stadiums. Coming off a shortened 60-game season in 2020, the sport has yet to fully recover – physically and financially.

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