Tour Feature: Southeast Tour 2023

Posted by Glenn Dunlap on Mon, Nov 21, 2022 @ 01:08 PM

Image from iOS (14)May is a great time to put on your flip-flops and enjoy the sunshine (and baseball) of the south! Our Southeast Tour starts in Miami, where guests take in a night game surrounded by the colorful Miami skyline at Loan Depot Park. Did you say Cuban food? We suggest long-time Miami favorites, Versailles or La Carreta, or check out a relative newcomer, Café La Trova (pictured), for fantastic food, drinks, and music. When they’re local favorites, you know they’re good!

Next, guests can unwind right by the water in beautiful St. Petersburg. We’ve added a free day, so you can enjoy the sunny views, shopping and growing food scene before taking in a game at Tropicana Field.

The Southeast Tour winds up in Atlanta, with the unique, all-American experience of Braves baseball. The youngest of the MLB stadiums, Truist Park provides a great atmosphere for a game, and the sights, sounds and tastes of Atlanta never disappoint.


Southeast May
May 18 – Nationals @ Marlins
May 19 – Free Day
May 20 – Brewers @ Rays
May 21 – Free Day
May 22 – Dodgers @ Braves

About Big League Tours
Big League Tours helps fans get closer to the game by securing lower level seats, arranging stadium tours and player experiences, and providing first-class hotel accommodations. Flexible itineraries allow fans to experience the best of the best in the greatest baseball cities across the nation. Unlike other tour companies, Big League Tours not only takes care of the buses and games for a baseball tour, but also provides extras that turn tours into true sports vacations, loaded with unique baseball-related events. For more information, contact Big League Tours at

Topics: Marlins, Rays, Braves

2014 Baseball Tours Sneak Peek

Posted by Doug Lawson on Mon, Oct 07, 2013 @ 09:49 AM

It's hard to believe that our 2013 baseball tour season is over.  This has been one of the mostBig League Tours 2014 successful years for Big League Tours, and we owe that to all of you that traveled with us.  Our guests made new friends, saw new places, and made a lifetime of memories on the road this year. Thanks to everyone that purchased a luxury baseball tour package. We hope you will join us again in 2014.

There are a lot of exciting things going on at Big League Tours.  We hope to expand our business in a number of ways in 2014.  One way will be to offer more tours to the places our guests want to see.  We will also offer tours that feature all 30 ballparks.  One NEW tour in 2014 will be the Sunbelt Tour.  The Sunbelt Tour will visit the warm weather ballparks early in the season, so our guests can avoid the scorching summer heat of TX, FL, and GA, but still mark 5 ballparks off of their baseball bucket list. 

I promised a Sneak Peek, so here it is.  Below is the link to our Sunbelt Tour page.  This link is only accessible from this email.  The web page is not public, so once you navigate away from the Sunbelt Tour page you may have to come back to this link to get to the page again.


You can save 7% off the Sunbelt Tour by booking now.  Just click PURCHASE THIS TOUR and use discount code LUCKY 7. One of our staff will call you right away to collect your deposit and answer any questions.

We are finishing up all the details for our 2014 tours.  Keep an eye out for our 2014 Package Tours Announcement.

Please let me know if you have any questions.  

Topics: Rays, Atlanta, Rangers, baseball travel, baseball vacation package, baseball tour, Yankees

Orioles and Rays at Camden Yards

Posted by Big League Tours on Wed, Nov 23, 2011 @ 11:45 AM
June 16, 2011 - The second day of our tour, we loaded up and headed to Baltimore to see the Orioles and Rays at Camden Yards. For most in our group, it was their first trip to the first of the "retro" parks that started a new trend in stadium design and architecture. But more about that when I write about our baseball stadium tours.

The game was a Sunday afternoon game and, just like the day before, was delayed slightly by rain. This time the game started just six minutes late. Our guests were sitting just above the Rays dugout with a great view of the field and of the warehouse building. The picture to the left was taken from our seats.

On each of our baseball road trips that include Orioles Park, our guests always like this ballpark and tend to include it in their favorite. More to come from our escorted tour of the stadium on Monday.

Topics: stadium tours, Orioles, Rays, baseball road trips, Baltimore, baseball stadiums, Baseball, Oriole Park, Camden Yards

Midwest Baseball Tour Begins With Historic Event - A Perfect Game!!!

Posted by Big League Tours on Tue, Nov 22, 2011 @ 04:15 PM
July 24, 2009 - At Big League Tours, we like to think that all of the baseball road trips that we create will be memorable. And they are. However, the tour that we've just started might be one of the most memorable of all of our small group tours so far. The reason being? Admittedly, something completely out of our control...

This MLB road trip began yesterday like many of our tours, at the first of a few stadiums that we'll visit in a long weekend. This time we began at U.S. Cellular Field, home of the Chicago White Sox, for an afternoon game between the Sox and the Rays.

The Sox got on the board in a big way during the bottom of the second inning when Josh Fields hit a grand slam off of Scott Kazmir. After Buehrle polished off the Rays in the top of the third, my son pointed out that no Rays had reached base. Then after we thought about it, we realized that he had a perfect game going.

You could since the electricity building in the crowd after every out. When the Sox were set to take the field for the ninth inning, the crowd stood and chanted, "Buehrle...Buehrle...Buehrle..." until he charged onto the field and The Cell erupted with excitement.

If you've followed sports at all the last 24 hours, you've seen the catch that Dewayne Wise made to rob Gabe Kaplar of a home run. Click here to see the box scores and video clips of the game. What an unbelievable way to protect the perfecto. Needless to say, when the Sox recorded the final out sealing only the 18th perfect game in MLB history, the celebration began. The photo above shows Buehrle's teammates mobbing him after the game.

So with a grand slam and perfect game, this sports vacation package is off to a great start!

Topics: White Sox, Rays, baseball road trips, baseball stadiums, big league tours, sports vacation, Chicago, U.S. Cellular Field

East Coast 1 Tour - Part Seven

Posted by Big League Tours on Tue, Nov 22, 2011 @ 03:30 PM
May 9, 2009, Boston - There's no better way to wrap up a baseball spring trip than with an Big Papi at bat, Dustin Pedroia on firstafternoon game at Fenway Park. So that's exactly what we did on the end of our East Coast 1 sports package. The Rays were in town to take on the Red Sox. Two left handers were throwing - Lester for the Sox, Kazmir for the Rays.

Here's a view from our seats. Not bad, huh? The Rays on deck circle was just a few feet away from us. When the game got out of reach for the Red Sox (they ultimately lost 14-5), the fans turned their attention to heckling the Rays as they prepared to hit. That proved to be pretty entertaining with a few of the Rays playing right along with them. I imagine that it's easier to take that sort of thing when you are pounding the other team...

Click here to see a complete game wrapup.

Topics: Red Sox, Boston, Rays, Fenway Park

Pitching Ace John Tudor to Join Big League Tours in Boston

Posted by Big League Tours on Tue, Nov 22, 2011 @ 12:00 PM
March 11, 2009 - Our East Coast 2 Tour, which runs over the first weekend in June of 2009, begins in New York City for a Friday night Yankees game at New Yankee Stadium. (I can't wait to get back to Manhattan or to get out to the new stadium.) We'll catch the new division rivals Rays taking on the Yankees.

The next day we'll travel by a luxury motorcoach to Boston for a private tour John Tudor joins the baseball vacation packages offered by Big League Toursof Fenway Park, an afternoon to hang out on Yawkey Way, and then take in the Red Sox game. Who else is in town but Josh Hamilton and the Texas Rangers. I can't help but wonder if some of his home run blasts in the All Star Game last year would have cleared the red seat in right field at Fenway? Maybe we'll get to see him do it in person?!

Joining us on this MLB tour is pitching ace, John Tudor, who was drafted by the Boston Red Sox and began his career in Boston. His most notable season was in 1985 when he started 1-7 and then went on a tear of 20-1 to finish the season. John also recorded 10 complete game shutouts that season, a record that hadn't been touched since 1975 when Jim Palmer reached the same peak. 

Tudor was a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1988 when they won the World Series against the Oakland Athletics. He finished his career with a 117-72 record, 988 strikeouts and a 3.12 ERA.

Check out our website for more details about this and other exciting  small group tours offered by Big League Tours.

Topics: Red Sox, Dodgers, Rays, Rangers, Fenway Park, big league tours, Yankee Stadium

See the Phillies and Rays in '09 on a Baseball Trip

Posted by Big League Tours on Sun, Nov 20, 2011 @ 10:30 AM
World Series Teams on 10 Different Big League Tours in '09
October 23, 2008 - If you are a fan of the Phillies or Rays, you have to be thrilled with the way the Rally caps at the Bankseason is panning out for your team. It's been 15 years since the Phillies have been playing this late in October and Rays fans have never seen their team this late in the year.

No matter how the Series finish up, you'll still have much to look forward to in 2009. Big League Tours has six baseball road trips that include the Rays and four MLB road trips that feature the Phillies. So whether you want to see your team at home or on the road, we've got you covered - rally caps are optional...

Check out our 2009 Tour Packages to see all the details or to make your reservation today!

Topics: Rays, Phillies, baseball tours, baseball vacation package, big league tours, MLB road trips