In the summer of 2014, I photographed a game at all 30 MLB stadiums. Here's a selection of images from my trip. See the full project here.
In Anaheim, CA, a young fan stands outside Angels Stadium of Anaheim. The home plate gate entrance features a full-size brick infield and pitcher's mound.
Fans watch the game from the upper deck in right field at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, MO.
Lydia and Tony Jimenez kiss for the "kiss cam" on the jumbotron at Marlins Park in Miami, FL. They are frequently featured as the last couple and draw ravenous cheers from fans. Last year they attended all 81 games. They met in Puerto Rico and have been married 61 years.
The huge windows and retractable roof create long shadows at Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI.
Jay holds his son Luca up on his shoulders at Citi Field in New York, NY.
A man dressed as superman walks around Chase Field in Phoenix, AZ, occasionally stopping to give fans high fives and take pictures.
The Pittsburgh Pirates Pierogies race at the end of the 5th inning at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA.
Red Sox fans cheer after the team defeated the Chicago White Sox on a walk-off hit at Fenway Park in Boston, MA.
Recruits and graduates of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego stand at attention before a game at Petco Park in San Diego, CA. At each home Sunday game, the Padres honor members of the military.
Washington Nationals fans walk past a banner displaying a portion of the Nationals motto, "Nothing but Natitude," in Washington, D.C.
A young fan waits for an autograph in Boston, MA.
Dave Clarke holds his cigar at the Cuesta Rey Cigar Bar at Tropicana Field in Tampa, FL. Tropicana Field is the only MLB stadium with a cigar shop.
Season ticket holder Coco Fingers plays drums at A's games. He derives his game name from the combination of Rollie Fingers' mustache and Coco Crisp's hair. O.co Stadium. Oakland, CA.
Social worker Joy Aisha Bell, left, laughs with Joann Wilson, who was attending her first baseball game ever. Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD.
Safeco Field. Seattle, WA.
Sue Nelson plays organ at Target Field in Minneapolis, MN. She plays in a box where fans are able to visit with her during the game.
Tyler Clarke throws batting practice to Jamel (not pictured) on a field across the street from Yankee Stadium in New York, NY. Yostin and Elmer (not pictured) shagged batted balls in the outfield.
David has been an usher at Turner Field in Atlanta, GA for 16 years. He works in Aisle 116. He collects pins, including those from the U.S. Armed Services, and displays them on his uniform. He served in the Army, his brother served in the Navy and his son is a Marine.
Fans try to get a ball from outfielder Hunter Pence before the start of the game.
Buck O'Neil played and managed for the Kansas City Monarchs, one of the best negro league teams ever. He then became a highly respected MLB scout, ambassador of the game and was integral in establishing the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. After O'Neil passed away in 2006, the Royals honored his memory by giving tickets to his from seat to a "member of the community who, on a large or small scale, embodies an aspect of O'Neil's spirit."
From right, stilted jugglers Adam and Brian of the Cincinnati Circus Company walk from one outfield section to another at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, OH.
Emmet, right, and Dylan look on as the Indians score at Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH.
A vendor works the stands as relief pitcher Javy Guerra delivers to home plate at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, IL.
From left, Jessica, Tom, Linda, Turtle and Ray share a laugh on the outfield concourse at Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX.
Becky Goldrick, left, and Virginia Day, right, cool off at the outfield shower in the outfield concourse. The shower was formerly installed at the old White Sox stadium, Comiskey Park.
Ushers at Coors Field in Denver, CO walk the seats just after the gates open.
An usher sleeps on a post-game train back to downtown after a game at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA.
Ace the Toronto Blue Jays mascot jokes around with an usher at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, ON.
Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA is repainted during every off-season.
Art, who has lived in Detroit for more than 30 years, collects bottles before a game at Comerica Park in Detroit, MI.
Fans shag balls on Waveland Avenue during batting practice at Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL. Dave Davison, second to the right, has collected more than 5000 balls in more than 20 years.
Tony Solis wears a chain with a medallion in the shape of the Astros logo that his dad purchased for his birthday. Minute Maid Park. Houston, TX.
See "A Ballpark Tour, in Every Major League City," published by The New York Times.