Welcome to the community for baseball fans.
We’re all crazy for the greatest game ever.
If you’ve been looking for a place to chat with other fans, track your ballpark visits, or check off once in a lifetime experiences, you’ve found your home field.
“People ask me what I do in the winter when there’s no baseball.
I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.”
Track Your Ballpark Progress
Most baseball fans want to hit all 30 parks. Where are you on your list? Keep track right here.
Meet Other Fans
Talk baseball with other fans. Get insights on the things you haven’t done yet. Keep up with your favorite team.
Check Off Items on Your Bucket List
Keep track of every baseball related thing you’d like to do. Check ’em off as you go along.
Are You a Buckethead?
1. an enthusiastic devotee of baseball (usually as a spectator) who has a “bucket list” of baseball related items. Their goal is to check off as many items as possible.
Ex: Joe is a real Buckethead, he’s been to all 30 active Major League Ballparks, and caught a home run!
2. a member of the Baseball Bucket List online community.
Ex: BaseballBucketList.com is full of Bucketheads who are just as crazy about baseball as you are. You should probably sign up.
“Baseball is an American icon. It is the Statue of Liberty, the bald eagle, ‘In God We Trust,’ Mount Rushmore, ice cream, apple pie, hot dogs, and rally monkeys. Baseball is America.”
Victor Baltov, Jr.
Create Your Own Bucket List
Add your personal bucket list items using our Bucket List tool. Want to travel to all 30 parks? Add it, then do it! Want to touch the Rays in the tank in centerfield at Tropicana Field? Add it! Want to eat 162 hot dogs in a single season? Ambitious…add it!
Once you’ve completed an item on your bucket list, tell the community about it. Upload your photos and post about your accomplishment. Sharing your experiences can help other Bucketheads check items off of their lists.
Track Your Ballparks
Trying to make it to all 30 MLB ballparks? Been to dozens of minor league parks? Use our handy tool to keep track of them as you go!
Our ballpark guides cover everything necessary to make your day at the ballpark a success. Learn where to park, where you should grab a beer before the game, and what the best places for food and drink are once you’re inside. If you’re planning a trip specifically for baseball, we even include some “other attractions” you can share with your family to convince them this wasn’t just a “baseball trip”. We won’t tell them.
Our community is the place for Bucketheads who have similar interests, favorite teams, or shared goals. Join the conversation.