Baseball Season Means Taking the Train to the Game

It’s finally spring time which means warmer temps, longer days and baseball! With our 500 destinations, 162 games in the season  and 30 ball clubs across the country, it’s safe to say we can take you out to the ball game (sorry, Cracker Jacks not included).

Check out our list below to see a few stadiums we travel to. Warning if you haven’t already started you will be singing Take Me Out to the Ball game when you’re finished.

St. Louis – Busch Stadium
Our stop in St. Louis takes you right by the stadium and close to the Arch. Be a multitasking Amtrak traveler and Missouri tourist when you head over to see the Cardinals play this season.
Routes: Illinois ServiceMissouri River RunnerTexas Eagle

Chicago – U.S. Cellular Field
If you’ve ever traveled to Chicago by train you have rolled right past U.S. Cellular Field, home to the Chicago White Sox. Next time you head to the Windy City catch a game and enjoy a Chicago style hot dog!
Routes: California ZephyrCapitol Limited, Hiawatha, Southwest Chief, Illinois Service, to name a few

Oakland – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
They might not be the best team in the state of California but they did have a movie made about them staring Brad Pitt. Which means they’re legit, right? All kidding aside, when you take the train to see the Oakland Athletics, you’re only steps away from the diamond and you can save 25%!
Routes: Capital Corridor

Seattle – Safeco Field
This city has already won the Lombardi Trophy, is a pennant in their future too? Find out when you take the train to see the Mariners in Seattle. When you go let us know if their baseball fans are as loud as their football fans. #12Man
Routes: Amtrak CascadesCoast StarlightEmpire Builder,

What baseball stadiums do you take the train to? Let us know in the comment section below.