Meet Baseball Dreamin Robert “RJ” Breisacher

Meet RJ Breishaer

Breishaer is a United State Army veteran who had a dream to travel to all 30 ballparks. Here is part of what he says in his blog:
“My dream is rather simple. I want to see every major league baseball park in the US and Toronto. I want to drive from park to park experiencing all that the US has to offer. I want to see the country I’ve spent two years of my life defending. I come from a small town on Michigan Ohio border and haven’t really seen too much of the US.”

To read more of his blog and the parks he has already visited go to
http://baseballdreamin.blogspot.com/

Breishaer had posted in Baseball-fever asking in as many team’s forums who wanted to be a “tour guide” in their own city. I checked the date (May 9, 2012), checked his blog, found him on Twitter and told him that if he did not have anyone for Dodger Stadium that I could be his “tour guide” He twitted back “the job is yours”

I am looking forward to meeting RJ Breisacher. His dream is ambitious of visiting all 30 stadiums in 2 months! Breishaer is a huge baseball fan and a Tiger fan. His trip started at Comerica Park on Opening Day and will end there. Last time I checked he was in Arizona. He got a speeding ticket. Should have warn him about AZ as some of you know that I got 4 tickets there during Spring Training a couple of years back.

Here is a picture of Breisacher at Cleveland (from DTTWLN)

update: fixed link. Don’t know why it was not working before.

7 Comments

Emma, what is the link to his blog? It’s not showing up in your post for some reason. Would love to check it out.
-Sue

Awesome job, Emma. Enjoy hosting. He will be in good hands for sure! And yes, link please!
–Jeff

Oh shoot! The link still did not work, Let me fix that. I did that in the wee hours of the morning and I was having a hard time with the link. Here it is http://baseballdreamin.blogspot.com/ but I’ll fix the post too

Oh dang, had I known about this earlier I could have been his tour guide for either the Yankees or the Mets game, and he’ll be in Minnesota before I’m set to be situated. Anyway, I hope you have fun in hosting him in a couple of days.
-Mateo
http://mateofischer.mlblogs.com

Mateo,
Wish I would have seen it earlier too to alert more fans.

I am in Phoenix and was able to get RJ a tour inside the stadium before the game when he arrived..we also met him during the game..super nice guy! Had we known sooner he was going to be here,we could have done more..oh well..at least we met and helped some..what a great trip to take!! And the stories he can tell his family/friends for many yrs…

Karen,
That is great! Wish he would have gotten to Dodger Stadium to give him more of a tour but he underestimated the traffic in LA and just got in minutes before the game but I gave him a brief tour. YEs, is great that he is able to take a trip like that. Great guy.

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