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New York Mets fan road trip ideas for the 2020 MLB season

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CINCINNATI, OHIO - SEPTEMBER 22: J.D. Davis #28 of the New York Mets celebrates with teammates after hitting a home run during the game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park on September 22, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Bryan Woolston/Getty Images)
CINCINNATI, OHIO - SEPTEMBER 22: J.D. Davis #28 of the New York Mets celebrates with teammates after hitting a home run during the game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park on September 22, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Bryan Woolston/Getty Images)
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ANAHEIM, CA – JULY 13: General view of atmosphere outside the 81st MLB All-Star Game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on July 13, 2010 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

August 18-20, 2020 in Anaheim

Angels Stadium is one of my favorite places to watch a baseball game. In my experience, there really isn’t a bad seat in the house, which is more than you can say about most ballparks in the country.

Making another trip to California – or just extending your first trip by a few weeks – is worth it for a few reasons. First of all, the district surrounding the stadium in Anaheim has a great selection of restaurants, bars and places to hang out both before and after the game.

Secondly, it gives Mets fans the chance to check two things off the list with a trip to the nearby Disneyland Resort. You will also find yourself minutes away from the Pacific Ocean so be sure to save some time to relax on the beach.

In terms of the series itself, it will be the first meeting between the Mets and Angels since 2017 and the first in California since 2014. Seize the opportunity now to possibly see Jacob deGrom, Pete Alonso, Mike Trout, and Shohei Ohtani all on the same field outside of an All-Star Game. No other reason needed.

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