Club 123 Members


Below is the list of Club 123 members - those that have seen a game in all 123 Big 4 venues. Once a member, you remain a member for life, so those that reached Club 123 but have not seen all the new venues since opened are still listed. Those that have seen all 123 active venues are bolded.

In order of completion:

# Name Hometown Final Stadium Date
1&2 Andrew Kulyk/Peter Farrell Buffalo, NYFord Field December 15, 2002
3 Gary Herman Queens, NY Gillette Stadium December 22, 2002
4 Mike Casiano Queens, NY Gillette StadiumDecember 22, 2002
5 Sean MacDonald Ottawa, ON Amway Center March 30, 2014
6 Andrew Van Cleve San Carlos, CA Heinz Field December 21, 2014
7Scott BultmanGrand Rapids, MIChesapeake Energy ArenaMarch 12, 2018
7Josh GriffithFairburn, GAFiserv ForumOctober 27, 2018

As well, we have a few chasers that are nearing the end. In order of least venues remaining:

NameHometownRemaning StadiumsExpected Completion
Kevin SegalLaval, QC1 (Jaguars)December 2018
Mark ChesnaOshkosh, WI10 (Rams, Vikings, NY Giants, Blackhawks, Canadiens, Canucks, Golden Knights, Maple Leafs, Oilers, Senators)2020
Karen KonieczkaSt. Charles, MI9 (Patriots, Texans, Winnipeg Jets, Bruins, Celtics, Rockets, Jazz, Thunder, Nuggets)2020
Steve FeketePhoenix, AZ122020
Ty KramerDayton, OH162020
Sean WalshMalden, MA202019
Mike SilvaSan Jose, CA202020

If you are a member of this club or on your way to joining, please let me know and I will add you to the list.

3 comments:

  1. Sean-You should do one of these pages for Club 160. You are probably the only member at this point, but i think Bob Deal is close and i will be down to 18 after this summer. Ty Kramer

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    1. 160 is the number of minor league stadiums - attending a game in every one doesn't get as much recognition as Club 123 because minor league ball is not as popular as the Big 4 sports. I'd like to work with minor league baseball if we did anything in terms of trying to publicize our travels as that would probably allow us to find more members, of whom I am sure there are many. It is actually easier to do 160 minor league parks because there are so many games, and ballpark chasers are more common than general stadium chasers. I'll see if I can get something started.

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