Letter to the World Series
It has been played since 1903. The New York Yankees have won it twenty-seven times, and the Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers and four other teams are still looking for their first win. What is? It’s the World Series and it’s a highlight for sports fans every fall.
The World Series doesn’t really span the globe, as it’s a baseball series that pits whoever wins the American League against whoever wins the National League. In fact, games in the big series were only played outside the United States twice, in 1992 and 1993, when the Toronto Blue Jays were part of the big show. And actually, it’s not named after the world like the planet we live on, but the name of a newspaper that was popular in its day.
No one can predict which teams will play in the World Series, so no one knows which stadiums and which cities the games will be played in, but if your home team isn’t part of the show, you’ll have to travel to see whoever is playing. And that’s where a plane rental comes into play.
It’s likely to be cheaper than you imagine and guarantees you a lot less hassle when you charter a plane rather than go commercial. Gone are the security lines and the hustle and bustle of a large and busy airport. Gone are the cramped quarters and noisy atmosphere of a hot, crowded commercial airline. Instead, you can rent to any city you want in the comfort of seats with plenty of leg, head, elbow and shoulder room, which can also be configured however you like. Do you want to take your family with you or maybe you are having a men’s weekend with a bigger party? Don’t worry, a charter can accommodate everyone and best of all, you know your luggage will arrive with you at your destination.
When the Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 2016, they ended a massive 108-year drought, giving the most years without a title to the Cleveland Indians, whose total stands at 68. Isn’t it about time we end your drought and try to travel on a charter?
We don’t know who will compete in the next World Series, but we do know that getting to those cities on a charter plane is the way to go!