I have finally finished seeing all the MLB ballparks (until next year).  I wish they would stop building them so I can hit the minors.
Anyway, since I have now seen all active and some former Major League Ballparks I figured I would rank them.  I based my rankings on the stadium look, feel, food, beverages, fun, location, amenities,comfort, fans, history, etc...basically everything that I like).
1 Pittsburgh Pirates PNC Park
2 San Francisco Giants AT&T Park
3 Seattle Mariners Safeco Field
4 Baltimore Orioles Cadmen Yards
5 Colorado Rockies Coors Field
6 Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium
7 San Diego Padres PETCO Park
8 New York Mets Citi Field
9 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park
10 Minnesota Twins Target Field
11 New York Yankees Old Yankee Stadium
12 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park
13 Florida Marlins Marlins Stadium
14 Chicago White Sox U.S. Cellular Field
15 Houston Astros Minute Maid Park
16 Detroit Tigers Comerica Park
17 Washington Nationals Nationals Park
18 Cleveland Indians Jacobs Field
19 St. Louis Cardinals New Busch Stadium
20 Texas Rangers Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
21 Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field
22 Detroit Tigers Tiger Stadium
23 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field
24 Atlanta Braves Turner Field
25 Cincinnati Reds The Great American Ballpark
26 Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park
27 Los Angeles Angels Angel Stadium
28 New York Yankees New Yankee Stadium
29 Milwaukee Brewers County Stadium
30 Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park
31 St. Louis Cardinals Old Busch Stadium
32 Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium
33 Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Centre
34 New York Mets Shea Stadium
35 Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field
36 Oakland Athletics Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
37 Houston Astros Astrodome
38 Texas Rangers Arlington Stadium
39 Minnesota Twins Metrodome
40 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Municipal Stadium
41 Cincinnati Reds Riverfront Stadium

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Wow! Congrats! Well, next you you only have Suntrust and then you can start hitting MiLB!

Thanks.  It's frustrating that new park are being built.  I try to go to one a 1 a year and to see the White Sox play.  So it has been a long road to hoe.

Curious to see why you have Dodger Stadium and Wrigley low.

They have less comfort than the newer parks and the seats are small with obstructed views, a pain to get to and was not impressed with the food.  Also, I went for White Sox games in my Sox jersey and did get some jerk offs hassling me at LA.  I been to many Cubs games living in Chicago and besides the above reasons, the bathrooms in Chicago were awful guys relieving themselves in the sinks and garbage cans and the lines were long.

Congrats...for now!  We ventured to Turner Field this past season to see it before it was gone.  I'll be back down to 19 current once Sun Trust opens this spring!

It's a long process.  Keep it up.  I think I am heading there too in the upcoming season.

My parents took my brother and me to Texas in 1982 or 1984. I wish I had pictures of Arlington Stadium. I remember we called it a Little League field. The Astrodome was COLD! I'd never wanted cocoa so much in the summer. I do have postcards of the Astrodome.

I don't have pics of the old texas either.  I don't recall the dome being cold.  That's something.  I can't believe texas is getting a new park already.  :-(



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