Die hard baseball fans love memorabilia. It is like taking home a piece of the game game balls, baseball cards, or on the high end, coveted field seats that are salvaged when renovations replace the old with the new. The problem is that one of those old Fenway box seats can run in the thousands of dollars due to rarity. Chicago baseball fan Bill Hartel and Mary Ann Wentzel have come up with a way to take the seats everywhere via your shirt pocket. Their Ballpark Pens are made from salvaged baseballpark seat woods – Fenway, Yankee Stadium, Wrigley Field, and a bundle ofother classic American stadiums. They come at a discounted price when compared to fullseats and double as writing instruments. Visit them at ballparkpens.com for moreinformation.