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Baseball, Wine, & Good Times! First time in Portland, OR & Seattle, WA

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I accidentally found Fodor's & I think this is an awesome website!

My girlfriend & I (late 30's) are flying into Portland in the next two weeks & then driving into Seattle to watch one of three baseball games.
This is our pseudo work/vacay. She works in the wine industry - sales (and we will be going to some vineyards in Portland & Seattle) & I will hopefully be taking a tour of a mail plant, as I work with mail.

We saw the videos & read some of the articles on Fodor's regarding where to eat and what to do, but we have some questions:
- Where can we purchase a baseball glove for the game in Seattle? Are there any stores, in Seattle, with a large selection of gloves, as I do have larger hands. I found only mainstream sporting goods stores that I already know of online with limited selections.
- Where is the place to go for outlet mall shopping? We love the outlet malls! In fact, does anyone have any shopping recommendations at all?
- Vegan/Vegetarian restaurants: any ideas? For my girl, it has to taste good. For me, it has to be healthy because I'll eat it any way, no matter how gross it is! E.g. I do not like Kale, but I eat it every other day.

We are very open to many options. Thanks everyone!
MCHH

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