Cruise with some of Baseball’s Greatest Players
The first sign of spring for many of us in the United States is when we heat the crack of a baseball bat hitting a ball. There is something optimistic about the start of baseball’s spring training. The teams train in the sunny weather of Florida and Arizona, winter snowbird fans flock to see the players hit, catch and tug at their crotches, and every team holds out hope that this will be their year for World Series glory.
The one thing that sets baseball apart from the other major sports in the United States, other than the crotch tugging, that is, is the place in history it holds in society. Young kids growing up today have heard of the great players like Babe Ruth and Ted Williams even if they never had the chance to see them play in person or on television. It is the old time players who have become the legends in our minds and in our hearts.
Here is your chance to hang out with some of the baseball’s greats on a cruise through the Caribbean.
Baseball Greats Cruises
Rub elbows with some of the greatest players to have ever graced the field. Enjoy interactive question-and-answer session with the players, player-hosted trivia games, a lively story-telling session in which the players share candid revelations about some of the “characters” of the game, COMPLIMENTARY AUTOGRAPHS and pitching, hitting, and defense strategy clinics. MSC Lirica 11/26/2006 11-Night Caribbean Sailing (Player line-up: Bob Feller, Ken Griffey, Frank Howard, Graig Nettles and Stan Bahnsen). MSC Lirica 4/18/2007 11-Night Caribbean Sailing (Player line-up: Earl Weaver, Vida Blue, Randy Hundley, Cito Gaston, and Stan Bahnsen).