Best Baseball Stadiums in the US

From the scenic views of PNC Park to the sluggers paradise at Coors Field, here are Best Baseball Stadiums in the US !

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12. Miller Park

11. Citizen Bank Park

10. AT&T Park
Located literally on the edge of the San Francisco bay, spectators can soak up the stunning view if they end up with nosebleed seats. So really, anywhere you sit is going to be quite enjoyable. This stadium opened in 2011 to replace the decaying candlestick park. The stadium costed roughly 357 million dollars to construct and it seats about 41000 people. What’s crazy about this place, is that people actually wait around in canoes in the harbor, hoping to snag a home run ball! This is really the only place you can do that. Another iconic image in this place is the coca cola bottle and old fashioned glove, just over the left field wall. Due to its low elevation and often foggy conditions, it’s really been considered as a pitcher’s ball parks, and pitchers from all over the league mark a game here on their calendar.

9. Coors Field

8. Kauffman Stadium
The Kansas City Royals won the world series in 2015 against the new york mets and since then, it’s been one heck of a ball park to visit. The Royal’s crown is placed on top of the big screen in center field next to color changing fountains. When the royals turned into a winning team, they noticed a huge spike upwards in attendance. This is actually the sixth oldest major league stadium but it underwent a 250 million dollar renovation making this place look just like new. And if you’re looking for mighty fine barbeque, this is certainly the place to go! Kansas City is renown for not only their barbecue sauce but their quality cooking at well. You believe you’ll be able to find some of the best barbecue in the entire country right here at Kauffman Stadium.

7. Target Field

6. Angels Stadium
Located right across the street from Disneyland, this is certainly a magical place to spend your time watching baseball. Being home to the young star Mike Trout, you certainly will get your money’s worth watching history being made. Home to the Anaheim Angels, you almost never have to worry about the game getting rained or there being a weather delay. The food and the ambience could use a little bit of a work but there certainly is that SoCal vibe. It’s famous for the Big A for this Giant sign displayed outside of the stadium. Entering the stadium you’ll also see these large caps in a well designed exterior. With Mike Trout pretty much untradable at this point, it may be his home stadium for quite a long period of time.

5. PNC Park

4. Busch Stadium
Located in the Metropolitan area of St. Louis Missouri, the new Busch Stadium ballpark has a maximum capacity of 46,000 people! You can also forget about those fancy IPA designer beers and grab some fresh beer brewed right in one of St. Louis’ famous breweries. This beautiful stadium sports a great view of an American monuments just past centerfield, with spectators being able to easily see the St. Louis Arch, while watching baseball.

3.Safeco Field

2. Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field is basically a museum where baseball games take place. It’s the 2nd oldest MLB ballpark which opened in 1914, over 100 years ago! This is located on the Northside of Chicago and is home to the Cubs. It’s unique, most obvious feature is its brick walls in the outfield, which are covered in Boston Ivy, which kind of spread out of control in 1937. It’s really the only thing that can cushion an outfielder’s collision with the walls. The scoreboard has also been around since 1937 and this is a park that’s known for it’s vintage style, so they may never change anything! The Chicago Cubs were believed to have had a curse placed on them for 71 years. A man with a billy goat was asked to leave a game because of the odor during a game of the world series against the tigers in 1945. Unhappy with being told to leave, the cubs lost the world series that year and wouldn’t make it back until 2016 when the finally broke the curse! And don’t forget to try their hot dogs!

1.Fenway Park
And the oldest, possibly the most unique baseball stadium out there is certainly Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox! This stadium was built in 1912 and hasn’t changed a whole ot since! It’s most notable feature is the Green Monster out in left field. No one’s gonna be able to rob any homeruns over this fence because it rises 37 feet in the sky. This photo here was taken in 1996 of the green monster, before additional seats were added at the top in 2005. It used to be covered with advertisements like you can tell from this photo taken in 1914 with the crowd sitting below! Despite the stadium evolving a tad throughout the years, it still displays that vintage style unique here in the united States. Red Sox hadn’t won too many banners to hang up here but finally in 2004, they broke a drought lasting longer than 80 years against the St Louis Cardinals!

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