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Contact: Drew Blakeman
Kratz & Jensen Inc. for myprimetime.com
212-979-2700 ext. 251
dblakeman@kratzjensen.com

Myprimetime.com Presents Insider's Guide to All 30 Major League Baseball Stadiums
Consult the "Wise Guide to Ballparks" Before Heading Out to the Old Ball Game


SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 6, 2000 - Myprimetime.com, the definitive online resource for baby boomers, will be helping baseball fans "play ball" this season with a new Web site feature called the "Wise Guide to Ballparks."

Providing an inside look at all 30 major league baseball stadiums, myprimetime.com's Wise Guide to Ballparks is filled with useful information about where to sit and which seats to avoid, what to eat and drink (all hot dogs are not created equal!), and the not-to-be-missed special features in each major league baseball stadium.

"Every year, a few lucky people take a fantasy trip of a lifetime, traveling the country to see
a game at every major league baseball stadium," said W. Blake Gray, the myprimetime.com columnist behind the Wise Guide to Ballparks feature. "For those who can't make it to all 30 ballparks, our guide is the next best thing to being there."

Gray, a confirmed baseball fanatic who has personally visited almost every current major league ballpark (and many that are now extinct), once attended more than 400 games in a five-year span. "Myprimetime.com's Wise Guide to Ballparks provides a wealth of information gleaned from my visits as well as the comments of locals," he noted. "We want every baseball fan to have the best possible experience, and these tips are provided in that spirit."

So where can you find the best ballpark food? Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL, home of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, where Cuban cuisine reigns supreme. How about the worst cheap seats
in a supposedly well-designed new stadium? The Houston Astros' Enron Field, where the top row of the upper deck is level with the stadium lights. The biggest bargain? Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles, where field box seats go for a mere $17 (and are often available on game day).

In addition to providing background information on each of the 30 major league baseball stadiums, myprimetime.com's Wise Guide to Ballparks also offers links to official team and fan sites, where you can take virtual stadium tours, purchase tickets and souvenirs, and even find out how the team's best closer is faring.

"This was a labor of love for Blake," said myprimetime.com Co-Founder, Vice President and Editorial Director Donald Van de Mark. "If you don't go to games regularly - and even if you
do - you probably don't know all this stuff. We're happy to be able to add value to the experience of participating in America's favorite pastime."

About MyPrimeTime, Inc. and myprimetime.com
Empowering people between the ages of 35 and 54, myprimetime.com is a Web site that provides 81 million Americans with the tips, tools and inspiration to make positive changes in their lives. The site's four principal content areas are Money, Work, Health and Play. Users get finely edited content to help them reach their goals, including information on how to accelerate a savings
plan, slow the aging process, start a business and plan the vacation of a lifetime. According to MyPrimeTime, Inc. Co-Founder, Vice President and Editorial Director Donald Van de Mark,
the myprimetime.com Web site is "a personal trainer for your life." Myprimetime.com, part of integrated media company MyPrimeTime, Inc., is based in San Francisco, CA.



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