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As Spring Training ramps up, so too does Baseball Prospectus, and part of our pre-season planning involves setting up our ballpark events for the upcoming season. We greatly enjoy having these events where we can interact with our readers, and we want to make them as successful as possible. So please consider this as a way to get your feedback on our events heard. We have a survey below that will help us align these events more with what you are all interested in, and we hope that you'll take it. You'll also notice that not every major-league ballpark is available to select in the first question of the survey—this is because a small, handful of stadiums are either too cost-prohibitive, don't have the space we would need for an event or it's a venue that doesn't work for our staff.

So please take the survey below—your feedback is greatly appreciated!

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NoHRTyner
2/18
Link takes me to a page to create my own survey.
bretsayre
2/18
That should only happen after you take the survey. If you're having trouble submitting the survey, you can send me your thoughts on ballpark events via the contact form. Thanks!
geoharky
2/18
I'm having the same issue with the link, it doesn't go to a survey.
geoharky
2/18
Sorry, it just loaded very slowly. Carry on.
dtothew
2/18
Done!
lipitorkid
2/19
I put this in the survey, but I want to make sure this doesn't happen again: PLEASE let us know when you are short buyers of the event and how many more you need. I bought tickets to the LA Dodgers event that was cancelled because too few tickets were bought. I would have rounded up more people if I knew we needed more. PLEASE. You could even have a firm goal and let us know, or even have "rewards" if we exceed a number like Wilson Karaman will create a personal YT or Spotify music list for us to listen to on the way to and from the stadium, if we buy 10 more tickets than the goal.
Oleoay
2/19
Come to Denver, since it's been forever :)
GrinnellSteve
2/19
Just want to point out U.S. Cellular Field is no more. It has been replaced by the horribly named and even more horribly logoed Guaranteed Rate Field. Nonetheless, you should have an event there.
bchenier
2/19
the best part is the prescient, downward pointing red arrow logo
TheArtfulDodger
2/19
I think we can all agree that there's no harm in not acknowledging that it's called Guaranteed Rate Field though, right? Like if we just collectively ignore it?
joeykneecaps
2/19
Went to the one at Nationals Park a few years ago, and it was awesome. Would love to attend an event at Camden!!
krukker
2/19
Ironically, San Diego is pictured, but isn't of one of options.
lipitorkid
2/20
Petco would be cool. BP readers from LA and OC could take the train down together. There nothing like going to a day game at Petco, eating dinner in SD then taking the train back to LA and watching the sunset over the ocean from your train seat.
lipitorkid
2/21
I just looked at this page in an incognito window so I could see the survey again and Petco Park is one of the options.
oldbopper
2/20
Attended the event at Citi Field last year and will travel farther afield if necessary to do it again.
will1331
2/21
No potential for a Dodger Stadium visit?
lipitorkid
2/22
They tried to do a Dodger Stadium one. I had bought tickets, but it got cancelled because too few people bought tickets. See the comment above.