The Bottom Five
30- Tropicana Field
I mean come on, do I really need to explain?
29- Oakland Coliseum
Same deal as the trop, only benefit is that it is quirky.
28- Marlins Park
The damn sculpture, it's disgusting.
27- Target Field
Minnesota really needs a retractable roof like the Jays do, it gets too cold late in the season.
26- Rogers Centre
More than anything I just abhor the way the Jays fans feed into the cockiness of Donaldson and Bautista, but all blue everything in that stadium along with the fact that there are way too many decks just add up to grossness.
The "Could be Worse"
24- Globe Life Park in Arlington
Dumb name along with a stadium that's too big even for Texas make it bad, but not the worst.
23- Guaranteed Rate Field
I've been to this one when it was still "The Cell." I enjoyed it, but this name is so awful it drives it way down the list.
22- Citi Field
No particular reason, I just think the place is ugly.
21- Comerica Park
20- Progressive Field
I hate the wannabe green monster in left along with that video board that is WAYYYY too big for that place.
The Middle 10 That I'm Not Going In Depth For (Except for One)
19- Angel Stadium
18- Safeco Field
17- Petco Park
16- Miller Park
15- Dodger Stadium
14- Minute Maid Park
13- Coors Field
12- Nationals Park
11- Yankee Stadium
As much as I love the team that plays there, I absolutely hate looking at the constantly empty legends club seats. It makes the stadium seem lifeless and without energy. Other than that I have no complaints. But my top 10 all have something special to them that I can't find in New Yankee Stadium.
The Top Ten
10- Citizens Bank Park
I adore the shrubbery out in center, it's charming.
9- Busch Stadium
I love the skyline of this place with the city of St. Louis in the background, absolutely gorgeous.
8- Oriole Park at Camden Yards
It has the charm of a classic stadium but the amenities of a modern one. Perfect mix here at Camden Yards.
7- Chase Field
I love the fact that there is a pool in the stadium. Along with the weird high wall out in center it has a quirkiness to it but it isn't glaring like it is in Oakland.
6- PNC Park
The location on the river is picturesque, just a gorgeous place to watch a game.
5- Wrigley Field
An old classic, I love the rooftop seats and the ivy on the walls. Only thing keeping this out of first in my mind is how dank and dark it feels on the concourse behind the main grandstand along the 1st and 3rd baselines. Also a pain exiting.
4- Great American Ballpark
This place is hitter friendly and has those steam towers out in center. I think the park looks spectacular
3- SunTrust Park
While it may be the newest stadium in the league, I already have found some charm to it. The Chop House out in right gives it a signature location, and I think once the braves get better the place will be a spectacular atmosphere.
2- Fenway Park
I love the oldest park in baseball, while I hate the team that plays there, I enjoy watching how the ball plays off the monster and the short homers around Pesky's pole. It is just a great stadium with some weird features.
1- AT&T Park
The team sucks in San Fran, but the stadium rocks. The giant coke bottle and ball glove out in right look great, and the arcade area in right over McCovey's cove is weird in how it creates that deep alley in right center field known as "Triples Alley" to go along with the sort of jail cell section that fans are allowed to watch from below the arcade seats. Pair this with a spectacular crowd during even years seemingly, and it creates the greatest park in all of baseball.