Exactly 8 months since my last baseball game, the longest drought I’ve experienced since 1998 into 1999, I figured it was a good time to take another look at the last time I saw each of the 30 major league teams. For someone with season tickets to two teams, one in each league, you would think that I would cycle through each team every few years or so. And, for the most part, that does seem to be the case. I saw 21 of the 30 teams in 2019, going back to 2018, that number jumps to 23. That’s nearly 77% of the league in the past 2 seasons.
What about those remaining 7 teams? The Dodgers, Rays, Braves, and Padres last appeared in 2017, while 2016 takes care of the Reds. I somehow haven’t seen the Diamondbacks since 2014, despite being inside their home ballpark more recently than that. That leaves the Marlins, who I have somehow not managed to see in person since 2013. Anyway, here’s a look at each team and the last time I saw them play.
|San Diego Padres||5/13/2017|
|Tampa Bay Rays||9/3/2017|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||10/19/2017|
|Kansas City Royals||4/15/2019|
|Boston Red Sox||5/5/2019|
|St. Louis Cardinals||5/5/2019|
Toronto Blue Jays
|New York Yankees||6/15/2019|
|New York Mets||6/22/2019|
|San Francisco Giants||8/8/2019|
|Los Angeles Angels||9/8/2019|
|Chicago White Sox||9/29/2019|