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Hosted By: Tony Langfellow
Sunrise 7 Anchor
There’s no better way to “think spring” than enjoying popcorn and peanuts at Milwaukee baseball games under the Arizona sunshine. Join fellow area fans on an exciting spring training getaway to Phoenix with tickets to four pre-season games: Milwaukee at Chicago, Oakland at Milwaukee, Seattle at Milwaukee, and Milwaukee at Colorado. Spend five nights at the lovely Embassy Suites featuring deluxe accommodations, daily cooked-to-order breakfasts, and evening receptions with complimentary refreshments. This sports vacation also features ample time at leisure to relax or explore the beautiful desert landscapes, plus the Musical Instrument Museum, Old Town Scottsdale, and iconic Chase Field.
March 6th, 2024 - March 11th, 2024
Price Per Person
Final Payment Date: 12/22/2023
Day 1 : Fly to Phoenix
We arrive in beautiful Arizona, where the Southwest desert sunshine welcomes us. A brief drive brings us to our spacious accommodations that are surrounded by gorgeous mountain views. Enjoy the convenience of unpacking only once, as we stay in this same beautiful hotel throughout our entire vacation. Delight in premier amenities like a resort-style outdoor pool, a stylish on-site dinner lounge, an incredible golf course, and a daily evening reception with refreshments.
Day 2 : Milwaukee at Chicago
Each morning of our trip begins with an included cooked-to-order breakfast freshly prepared at our hotel. Today’s baseball adventure brings us to Camelback Ranch – Glendale, where Milwaukee takes on Chicago. This large complex spans over 140 acres and is the spring training facility for Chicago, as well as Los Angeles. Later, we return to the hotel with time to freshen up before getting to know our fellow travelers over a Welcome Dinner.
Day 3 : Oakland at Milwaukee
Our day begins with a tour of impressive Chase Field, one of baseball’s most recognizable stadiums for its unique features like a swimming pool, a massive high-definition video scoreboard, and a retractable roof. Afterwards, we’re off to watch Milwaukee play Oakland at American Family Fields of Phoenix. This award-winning Cactus League facility is the home for Milwaukee’s spring training games. Watch the game in comfort with the stadium’s unique shade-casting roof and recessed playing field while witnessing fun traditions such as the Sausage Race! In the evening, enjoy time at leisure in popular Old Town Scottsdale, a posh shopping and dining district packed with Southwest and Old West charm.
Day 4 : Seattle at Milwaukee
Take advantage of a leisurely morning before we return to American Family Fields of Phoenix to see our favorite baseball team take on Seattle. After the game, we have the remainder of the day free to enjoy our hotel’s upscale amenities or venture out to explore the many nearby attractions.
Day 5 : Milwaukee at Colorado
Today’s first stop is the Musical Instrument Museum, the largest of its kind in the world. We take a guided tour to discover the rich diversity of music across the globe and browse thousands of musical instruments from nearly 200 countries. Don’t miss out on the chance to test your musical talents in the Experience Gallery, where there are guitars, rattles, gongs, and other instruments to play! We then head to our last game to watch Milwaukee face off against Colorado, surrounded by beautiful vistas of mountain ranges. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is the spring home ballpark for Colorado and the first MLB spring training facility to be built on Native American land, which uniquely blends baseball with the cultural history of the Pima and Maricopa tribes. Tonight, we gather for a Farewell Dinner to celebrate our sports vacation.
Day 6 : Fly Home
We return home today with new friends and great memories of watching our favorite baseball team in sunny Arizona.
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Tony Langfellow joined the NewsChannel 7 team in May 2020 and is a co-anchor and producer on Sunrise 7. Tony originally started as the Sunrise 7 Sunday anchor and producer, then became the Weekend anchor and producer before being promoted to Sunrise 7 on weekdays beginning in August 2022. He is a native of Robbinsdale, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis.
Tony graduated from St. Cloud State University in May 2020 with a degree in Mass Communications and an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism. He was the Editor-In-Chief of the campus newspaper, the University Chronicle in the spring of 2020 and was a News Intern at WCCO Channel 4 in Minneapolis in the fall of 2019.
When Tony is not reporting the news, watching the news, reading the news, or looking for news story ideas, he enjoys watching sports and doing other fun outdoor activities and hanging out with his friends and family.
Join Tony and NewsChannel 7 viewers on this wonderful vacation.
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