May 29, 2019

MLB All-Star Game


Sunday, July 7 – Wednesday, July 10

MLB All-Star Game
MLB HR Derby
MLB Futures Game
MLB Play Ball Park Experience (formerly known as Fanfest)

This is a four day, three night trip takes us to the heart of Major League Baseball midseason classic!  You will be right in the middle of the action with Sunday’s Future’s Game and Celebrity Softball Game, Monday’s HR Derby and Tuesday’s All-Star Game. All three days you will have tickets to the MLB Play Ball Park event that includes opportunities to hear and meet MLB legends through Q&A, Autograph Sessions, Diamond Clinics, Photo Ops and so much more. Click here for MLB Play Ball Park details.

Tickets to the Future’s Game, HR Derby, All-Star Game are budgeted to get you the best seat in the ballpark for the allotted budget amount. Tickets will not be standing room only. Upgrades available upon request. 

Sunday, July 7th
TBD – Depart Nashville (or wherever you originate from)
TBD – Arrive Cleveland
12pm – MLB Play Ball Park event / experience
3pm – Progressive Field, gates open
TBD – Future’s Game
TBD – Celebrity Softball Game

Monday, July 8th
All Day – MLB Play Ball Park event / experience
TBD – Progressive Field, gates open
TBD – MLB HR Derby

Tuesday, July 9th
All Day – MLB Play Ball Park event / experience
TBD – Progressive Field, gates open
TBD – MLB All-Star Game

Wednesday, July 10th
Depart for home

Hampton Inn & Suites – Oakwood Village, Ohio

Full trip package:  $1,840 (check/cash) or $1,895 (card). Inquire for adjusted trip costs if you only want 1 or 2 nights hotel stay or do not want certain events included in your package (i.e. – HR Derby, All-Star Game).  

Cost includes the following:
3 nights hotels mentioned above at a double occupancy rate with two queen beds
Please inquire for
adjusted occupancy rate for single, triple or quadruple occupancy. 
• Roundtrip airfare from Nashville (or wherever you originate from)
Ground transportation throughout the trip (Lyft / Uber)
Tickets to All Star Game, HR Derby, Future’s Game, 3 days of MLB Play Ball event/experience
A tour guide for your detailed trip itinerary
Simply A Fan lanyard
An unforgettable baseball trip!

A minimum of 6 people are needed for this trip. 

To secure your spot, click the red register button to fill out your registration form below. Once the trip minimum has been met, you will be invoiced accordingly and can choose to pay via check ($1,840) or by card ($1,895). Payments are non-refundable, but are potentially transferrable if you cancel and find someone to take your spot. 

If you have questions, please email Simply A Fan’s Chief Trip Planner, Mark Jent, at

What is Simply A Fan?
Simply A Fan is a Nashville-based baseball venture that organizes and leads baseball trips to MLB ballparks across the country, while also providing a platform for baseball fans everywhere to share their personal baseball story.

Do I have to live in the Nashville area to go on a trip?
Not at all! We will coordinate logistics for you to join us wherever you are coming from. 

What if I live in the Cleveland area, can I just tickets from Simply A fan to be part of the group?
Certainly! We will gladly have you just join us for any portion of the trip. Inquire for details. 

How can I save money on the trip cost?
If you have 3 or 4 people in your party and would prefer triple or quadruples occupancy with two queen beds, this would reduce your trip cost. If you would like to join us for a portion of the trip, your cost can be adjusted accordingly. Inquire for details. 

What if I have airline points / rewards, can I save money and book my own flight to save money?
Yes, we will gladly accommodate and will adjust your trip cost accordingly. 

What if I have hotel points / rewards, can I save money and stay at a nearby hotel and my trip cost by adjusted?
Yes, we will gladly accommodate if there is a nearby hotel. See above details above for which hotels in what cities we will be staying in. 

What other trips is Simply A Fan taking in 2019?
Click on the following link to see all of the upcoming trips for this season – Trips.
What is this about Simply A Fan stories?
To read some pretty cool stories from the stands of people who are simply baseball fans – Stories


Official MLB All-Star Game logo


May 29, 2019

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