If you have not already visited the home of the red sox, then Fenway Park should be on the top of your list for stadiums to get to. Fenway has a lot of history with baseball and is well known for the great atmosphere that the fans bring. If given the chance to have seats on top of the green monster, the experience would be unforgettable and would definitely worth your time.
2) Yankee stadium:
Yankee stadium is definitely one of the nicer baseball stadiums around today, because of the fact that it is only 12 years old. If you or your friends want to kill some time before the game starts, The 2,850 square foot area is outfitted with a mini-baseball field, Yankees-themed playground equipment, and oversized baseballs and bases.
3) Tropicana Field
The home of the Tampa bay rays is a domed stadium located in St. Petersburg, Florida, United States, that has been the home of the Tampa Bay Rays of Major League Baseball since the team’s inaugural season in 1998. Being inside the stadium is an experience of a lifetime. This is especially true during a night game when the domed ceiling comes to life with lights.
Located in a really nice area in Miami, Marlins Park is definitely top 5 on the list for baseball parks to visit. They have a home run sculpture of Derick Jeter to the right of center field, and also have the Clevelander Bar out in the left-field to keep people occupied.
5) Guaranteed Rate Field
The White Sox’s home field is filled with Great sightlines, great food, and a young and up-and-coming team. If you give Chicago’s “other park” a chance, it’ll surprise you.
6) Oracle Park
The perfect combination of location, design, food, and fans. A day or night with the Giants in this gem is something that should be at the top of every baseball fan’s bucket list.
7) Dodger stadium
Although it is a very busy area with a lot of traffic, it is definitely worth getting into and watching the dodgers play and dominate the field.
8)Sun Trust park
Critics said putting a ballpark in the midst of a busy Cobb County suburban location wouldn’t work. But SunTrust Park and The Battery have been both a critical and financial success. The fan experience, which features an onsite microbrewery, an outstanding Monument Garden occupying prime real estate, and enough seating options to please every fan, is one of the best in all of baseball.
9 and 10) Miller and Nationals Park
Although they are last on the list, they are still two of the better ballparks in the U.S to visit. There’s a lot to like about Nationals Park in terms of the waterfront location and good sightlines, and it’s also worth noting the impact the ballpark made in the Buzzard Point/Navy Yard area. The same can be said for the Milwaukee park after renovations to the ballpark in 2017 made the places scream Sconnie: from the tailgating in the vast expanse of parking to the cheese curds and brandy Old Fashioneds inside the ballpark, everything relates to the essential Wisconsin experience