My son loved everything about baseball.
It was a fun pastime we shared ever since he could hold a ball and glove in his hand.
We’d spend hours talking about our favorite teams and watch different matches on TV. At home, we attended many matches and loved the competitive atmosphere. But I knew my son wanted to tour different places and see other teams play. So, for his thirteenth birthday last year, I planned a surprise for him. We were going to fly to Denver, Colorado, and watch some games at the famous Coors Field. When I gave him his gift, he almost knocked me down, giving me the biggest hug ever. I saw he was fighting back the tears as he thanked me profusely. He was ecstatic to see the Colorado Rockies play. The day of departure came, and he was ready to go hours before our flight. We flew into Denver on a lovely summer afternoon and were greeted by the July heat. We stayed with a friend of mine who was also taking his son to see the games. Their home was in a beautiful area and had a sound HVAC system to keep us cool during the visit. We woke up early the following morning to get to the stadium on time. There were thousands of people attending the match, given that the Coors field could hold 50000 people. My son and his friend were beyond happy, and we all had a merry time cheering for our favorite players. Later we went to the Interactive center, where we got a chance to test our skills in video batting cages. We all got such a kick from all these activities and had a great father-son bonding moment.