Since the quest to see all 30 MLB parks is over for my son and I we are looking for a good top 10 of MiLB and NOF (non-affiliated) parks. I would like to get a feel of what everyone here believes is their top 10. There are two rules. One, the ballpark must host some MiLB or NOF teams at least once a season (Rickwood Field falls into this category). Two, it can be anywhere in the world (NOF fails into this category). I've heard seeing a game in the Dominican Republic is phenomenal. So strike up your reasons I'd like to hear from you.

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Comment by Tim Choiniere on February 20, 2013 at 11:17am

1. For me, Wahconah Park in Pittsfield, MA. Its the park I grew up in and worked at during High School. For years, it was a AA affiliate then became NyPenn, now its a Collegiate Baseball League. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wahconah_Park). 1 team of the Pittsfield Cubs had Mark Grace, Rafael Palmeiro, Greg Maddux, Jamie Moyer, etc. 440 feet to the Power Alley in RF and Sun Delays before most games.

2. McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket
3. Doubleday Field in Cooperstown - try to catch a NY Penn league game there
4. Rockcats Stadium - New Britain, CT. Live near it.

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