Since we all have the passion for going to baseball stadiums all over this great country, it got me thinking a little bit: When we signed up one question was, what is your favorite stadium?
How about what is your LEAST favorite stadium that you've been to? What stadium has the best food? What stadium surprised you the most (like you thought it was going to be a dump, but it wasn't too bad)? What stadium disappointed you the most? What stadium would you go back to again (not the hometown one)? What stadium that's now gone would you love to go back in time and watch a game at?
For me, my least favorite stadium as the old Atlanta Fulton County Stadium. It was horrible. Food was awful and you had the sorest of rear ends when you went. I guess the least favorite current one is the Metrodome.
The stadium with the best food, and maybe I'm a little biased is Turner Field. Wide variety of foods and aside from the cheesesteak, nothing on the menu I ever had was bad.
The surprising stadium for me was Tropicana Field. I heard horror stories about it being a dump and such, but other than being slightly cramped and having a slanted exterior view, it was nice watching a game there. And the AC beats the humid Tampa heat.
The disappointing stadium for me was Minute Maid Park. It was more pricey than a regular stadium I thought and the food was disappointing as well. Also, should there be a long wait line for men's bathrooms? PS-if you go, avoid the right field seats (upper and lower levels). Your view isn't as good as say anything on the left-field side.
The stadium I would love to go back again and again if I lived near there would be Camden Yards. Awesome stadium!
The stadium I would love to go back in time to watch a game would be Ebbetts Field.
How about you guys?