So last year I hit Fenway Park and this past weekend I went and saw the Cubs in Wrigley. I'm trying to judge only based on the stadiums themselves but my vote for best park (out of those two classics) is Fenway. I'm not sure if there was one thing I liked better at Wrigley over Fenway. I'm not trying to start a beef here and I grew up watching the Cubs so I'm a fan but I just want to hear what others think about the two if you've been to both.
Went to Wrigley last year and I came away a little disappointed. Nothing I can put my finger on. I just think I built it up so much in my mind. Looking forward to hitting Fenway next year. Also plan to go back to Wrigley. Didnt get to take the tour.
I felt the same way. And when I hit Milwaukee in a few years I will go back to Wrigley and take the tour as well.
I personally prefer Wrigley Field over Fenway Park. They're both great old time ballparks. The big difference is the leg room & the concourse space. Wrigley also has seats in the upper level that everyone can access. The other day I went to Fenway Park. I've now seen 103 baseball games there. I've seen at least one there every year since 1986. Quite amazingly, I finally got to sit in the upper level for the very first time. What a great overview it was especially since the new extended screens didn't ruin my view of the game. I usually sit in the upper level at Wrigley Field where I've seen 84 games, at least one every year since 1988. I have games planned there in July & August to keep that streak intact for another year. I also prefer National League baseball but that doesn't stop me from going to American League games LOL.
I haven't even been to 84 games in total! Wow.
Ryan, I'm an exception to the rule. 84 games is usually a half a season for me. I live in NYC. I have full season tickets to the Mets & Yankees.