Best Baseball grounds in the world

What makes a stadium special is not only the field where the players play in. It also includes the design, food, comfort of seats, space and aesthetics. Each ballpark has its own uniqueness, pros and cons. Though it is a subjective opinion, here we have compiled a list of best baseball grounds in the world in no particular order:

Wrigley Field:

Wrigley Field is the home ground of the Cubs and is one of the oldest baseball stadiums crossing its 100 years in 2014. It was originally constructed for the Chicago Whales however the Cubs made it their home and reconstructed it to what it is now. The ivy on the outfield wall has been a beautiful iconic trademark of the Cubs. It has a classic touch to it, and the historic feels will make you fall in love with the ballpark.

Kauffman Stadium:

Another ballpark that we would include in our list of best baseball grounds is the Kauffman Stadium which belongs to the Kansas City Royals. It was built in the 1970s. There are beautiful water fountains surrounding the stadium is aesthetically pleasing, and the stadium is family friendly.  It has a large appealing concourse where one can also bring young toddlers to.

Oriole Park:

Since 1992, the Oriole Park has been home to the Orioles. Oriole Park is known as one of the best retro ballparks. It has a beautiful and appealing look to it which you have to experience in person. The red bricked factory, the giant clock, outfield walls and the view of Baltimore Inner Harbour makes the park even more attractive.

AT&T Park:

AT&T Park is home to the San Francisco Giants who has won some World Series Championships. The view of McCovey Cove besides the ballpark is something worth going for. People who have been to the ballpark also boast of the good food found in the stadium. It is also well known for its great exteriors, outfield concourse, giant glove and Cokz bottle which gives an aesthetic look to the ballpark.

Dodger Stadium:

What makes the Dodger Stadium special are the seats with table tops. Home to the Los Angeles Dodgers it was built in the 1960s. It is a classic and simple ballpark. The simplicity is the charm of the stadium. The ballpark is also famous for the food available in the stadium.

Coors Field:

The Coors Field was inaugurated in 1995 and has seen great renovations. Home to the Colorado Rockies, it has been said that the Coors Field has one of the best home run parks. It also has a bar or a party deck which has garnered a lot of attention. The atmosphere, food, drinks and view you get is worth visiting for.

Fenway Park:

Home to the Boston Red Sox is the last baseball grounds that we chose to include in our list. It is the oldest ballpark. The Fenway Park has a great atmosphere that fans love. It is known for the park’s design.

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