PNC Park is one of baseball <3.

1. PNC Park

9.5
Baseball Stadium · Northshore · 115 Federal St (at General Robinson St), Pittsburgh, PA

ESPNESPN: PNC has delicious grub (Primanti Bro’s, do it) & extraordinary views of the ‘burgh along the third base line. Lloyd McClendon probably ripped out first base in ‘01 to have a souvenir of this place.

Rogers Centre is one of baseball <3.

2. Rogers Centre

8.8
Baseball Stadium · Entertainment District · 1 Blue Jays Way (at Front St), Toronto, ON

ESPNESPN: The roof, the roof, the roof is…retractable. The Skydome…er, Rogers Centre opened in 1989 with the world’s first-ever fully retractable roof. It takes twenty minutes to open & close the thing.

Great American Ball Park is one of baseball <3.

3. Great American Ball Park

9.4
Baseball Stadium · Central Business District · 100 Joe Nuxhall Way (at Mehring Way), Cincinnati, OH

ESPNESPN: The Skyline Chili Dog is a must, but if you want to do WORK, there are funnel fries. That is, funnel cake in French fry form. Put one under your nose, & you’ll have a mustache akin to Mr. Redlegs.

U.S. Cellular Field is one of baseball <3.

4. U.S. Cellular Field

9.0
Baseball Stadium · Armour Square · 333 W 35th St (at Wentworth Ave), Chicago, IL

ESPNESPN: There are 2 blue seats left here, both from Game 2 of the ‘05 World Series. In left, the spot of Paul Konerko’s 7th-inning grand slam. In right-center, the mark of Scott Podsednik’s walk-off homer.

Wrigley Field is one of baseball <3.

5. Wrigley Field

9.3
Baseball Stadium · Wrigleyville · 1060 W Addison St (btwn Sheffield Ave & Clark St), Chicago, IL
Nationals Park is one of baseball <3.

6. Nationals Park

9.3
Baseball Stadium · Navy Yard · 1500 S Capitol St SE (btwn N St SE & Potomac Ave SE), Washington, D.C.

ESPNESPN: The Presidents Race takes place in the middle of the 4th & features Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln & Roosevelt. Don’t pledge your allegiance to Teddy. He hasn’t won since the race’s inception in ’06.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards is one of baseball <3.

7. Oriole Park at Camden Yards

9.4
Baseball Stadium · The Stadiums · 333 W Camden St, Baltimore, MD

ESPNESPN: There are two orange seats here. In right-center, the landing spot of Eddie Murray’s 500th home run. In left, the honorary mark of Cal Ripken Jr.’s 278th HR ball, the record breaker for shortstops.

Miller Park is one of baseball <3.

8. Miller Park

9.4
Baseball Stadium · Story Hill · 1 Brewers Way (at Frederick Miller Way), Milwaukee, WI

ESPNESPN: Brett Wurst. Stosh. Guido. Frankie Furter. Cinco. Sausage Race. Bottom of the 6th. Be there.

Citizens Bank Park is one of baseball <3.

9. Citizens Bank Park

9.4
Baseball Stadium · South Philadelphia East · 1 Citizens Bank Way (at Pattison St), Philadelphia, PA

ESPNESPN: Go to the McNally's stand in left field, home of Mike Schmidt’s sandwich namesake: The Schmitter. Sliced steak topped with tomatoes, fried onions, layers of cheese, special sauce, and grilled salami.

Yankee Stadium is one of baseball <3.

10. Yankee Stadium

9.2
Baseball Stadium · Concourse Village · 1 E 161st St (btwn Jerome & Rivera Ave), Bronx, NY

ESPNESPN: Fun Fact: Derek Jeter was the final Yankee to bat at the old Yankee Stadium AND the first Yankee to bat at the new Yankee Stadium.

Citi Field is one of baseball <3.

11. Citi Field

9.3
Baseball Stadium · Flushing Meadows-Corona Park · 12301 Roosevelt Ave (at 126th St), Flushing, NY

ESPNESPN: While everyone makes a beeline for Shake Shack, outsmart the crowd and head to Box Frites. They’ll serve you faster than a Doc Gooden heater, and you’ll have a smorgasbord of dipping sauces. Amazin’!

Busch Stadium is one of baseball <3.

12. Busch Stadium

9.5
Baseball Stadium · Downtown East · 700 Clark Ave (btwn Broadway & 8th St), St Louis, MO
Turner Field is one of baseball <3.

13. Turner Field

9.3
Baseball Stadium · Summerhill · 755 Hank Aaron Dr SE (at Bill Lucas Dr SW), Atlanta, GA

ESPNESPN: Tomahawk chop your way to the Braves Museum in left field. Among other artifacts, you’ll find Hammerin’ Hank's record-breaking 715th home run bat and ball.

Fenway Park is one of baseball <3.

14. Fenway Park

9.5
Baseball Stadium · Fenway - Kenmore - Audubon Circle - Longwood · 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA

ESPNESPN: Take a look in center field to find the “lone red seat,” where Ted Williams hit the longest recorded home run at Fenway. Where? Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21.

Target Field is one of baseball <3.

15. Target Field

9.5
Baseball Stadium · North Loop · 1 Twins Way (btwn N 5th & N 7th St.), Minneapolis, MN

ESPNESPN: The admissions gates here are numbered according to Twins legends. LF is #6 (Oliva), CF is #3 (Killebrew), RF is #29 (Carew), Target Plaza (also in RF) is #34 (Puckett), and home plate is #14 (Hrbek).

Kauffman Stadium is one of baseball <3.

16. Kauffman Stadium

9.4
Baseball Stadium · Truman Sports Complex · 1 Royal Way, Kansas City, MO

ESPNESPN: On 7/11/90, Bo Jackson made his famous “wall run” catch in left center. Bo caught the ball, then ran on the wall sideways like Keanu in “The Matrix”. If you’re lucky, you’ll see a catch half as good.

Tropicana Field is one of baseball <3.

17. Tropicana Field

8.9
Baseball Stadium · 1 Tropicana Dr (at 3rd Ave. S), Saint Petersburg, FL

ESPNESPN: Peer out to right field. In a sea of teal, you’ll see a lone yellow seat in section 144. That’s where Wade Boggs’ 3,000th hit (a home run) landed back on August 7, 1999.

Globe Life Park in Arlington is one of baseball <3.

18. Globe Life Park in Arlington

9.4
Baseball Stadium · 1000 Ballpark Way (at E Randol Mill Rd), Arlington, TX

ESPNESPN: True story: distance-wise, Arlington’s upper deck is the farthest away from the diamond in MLB history. Talk about nosebleeds…

Sun Life Stadium is one of baseball <3.

19. Sun Life Stadium

8.6
College Football Field · 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens, FL

ESPNESPN: Since its opening on 8/16/87, Sun Life Stadium (also known by 6 other names) has hosted five Super Bowls, two World Series, and three BCS National Championship Games. Not too shabby, eh?

Minute Maid Park is one of baseball <3.

20. Minute Maid Park

9.2
Baseball Stadium · Downtown Houston · 501 Crawford St (at Texas Ave), Houston, TX

ESPNESPN: Richie Sexson, then of the Brewers, is the only player to have ever hit the flagpole in center. There used to be a visible mark from the ball until the 2011 season, when the pole was repainted.

Coors Field is one of baseball <3.

21. Coors Field

9.4
Baseball Stadium · Ballpark · 2001 Blake St (20th St.), Denver, CO

ESPNESPN: See that row of purple seats in the upper deck encircling the field? That marks exactly 5,280 feet (one mile) above sea level. Daunte Bichette couldn’t even hit a ball up to those bad boys.

Chase Field is one of baseball <3.

22. Chase Field

9.2
Baseball Stadium · Copper Square · 401 E Jefferson St (btwn S 4th & S 7th St), Phoenix, AZ

ESPNESPN: Who splashed the first-ever home run in the pool? None other than D-backs legend Mark Grace on 5/12/98. BUT, he hit it as a member of the Chicago Cubs.

Safeco Field is one of baseball <3.

23. Safeco Field

9.3
Baseball Stadium · Industrial District · 1250 1st Ave S (at S Royal Brougham Way), Seattle, WA
Petco Park is one of baseball <3.

24. Petco Park

9.4
Baseball Stadium · East Village · 100 Park Blvd (at Tony Gwynn Dr), San Diego, CA

ESPNESPN: The first ever game ever at PETCO featured Mr. Padre, Tony Gwynn…but not the Padres. As manager of San Diego State’s baseball team, Gwynn led the Aztecs to a W over the Houston Cougars on 3/11/04.

Angel Stadium of Anaheim is one of baseball <3.

25. Angel Stadium of Anaheim

9.1
Baseball Stadium · Platinum Triangle · 2000 E Gene Autry Way (at State College Blvd), Anaheim, CA

ESPNESPN: If the Halos are winning late in the game, don’t expect to see a primate. The Rally Monkey only appears on the stadium’s video screens if Anaheim heads into the 7th tied or trailing by 3 runs or less.

Dodger Stadium is one of baseball <3.

26. Dodger Stadium

9.2
Baseball Stadium · Elysian Park · 1000 Elysian Park Ave (at Stadium Way), Los Angeles, CA

ESPNESPN: Try a Doyer Dog (read: “Doyer Dog”, not “Dodger Dog”). This behemoth boasts chili, cheese, tomatoes, onions & jalepenos over a hot dog base. Finish one, then give a Kirk Gibson fist pump to celebrate.

O.co Coliseum is one of baseball <3.

27. O.co Coliseum

8.3
Baseball Stadium · Central East Oakland · 7000 Coliseum Way (at Hegenberger Rd), Oakland, CA

ESPNESPN: Don't expect to catch a foul ball while you’re here. The Coliseum has the most expansive foul ball territory of any major league ballpark.

AT&T Park is one of baseball <3.

28. AT&T Park

9.4
Baseball Stadium · South Beach · 24 Willie Mays Plz (at 3rd St), San Francisco, CA

ESPNESPN: Don't leave AT&T Park without trying the Gilroy Garlic Fries. Your breath might reek afterwards, but hey, Pablo Sandoval can lend you a piece of bubblegum to fix that.

Progressive Field is one of baseball <3.

29. Progressive Field

9.4
Baseball Stadium · Downtown Cleveland · 2401 Ontario St (at Carnegie Ave), Cleveland, OH

ESPNESPN: Remember when a swarm of insects lifted the Tribe to a playoff win on in ‘07? How ‘bout when a seagull gave Shin-Soo Choo a game-winning RBI in ‘09? Yup, the critters help the home team at the Prog.

Comerica Park is one of baseball <3.

30. Comerica Park

9.4
Baseball Stadium · Downtown Detroit · 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI

ESPNESPN: There are nine humongous tiger statues scattered throughout the park. Along the outside walls, you can also find thirty-three tiger heads with lighted baseballs in their mouths. Roar, indeed.

Goodyear Ballpark is one of baseball <3.

31. Goodyear Ballpark

8.4
Baseball Stadium · Central Goodyear · 1933 S Ballpark Way, Goodyear, AZ
Huntington Park is one of baseball <3.

32. Huntington Park

9.4
Baseball Stadium · Downtown Columbus · 330 Huntington Park Ln, Columbus, OH
Canal Park is one of baseball <3.

33. Canal Park

9.1
Baseball Stadium · Downtown Akron · 300 S Main St, Akron, OH
Classic Park is one of baseball <3.

34. Classic Park

8.5
Baseball Stadium · 35300 Vine St, Willowick, OH
AutoZone Park is one of baseball <3.

35. AutoZone Park

9.3
Baseball Stadium · Midtown · 200 Union Ave (at S 3rd St), Memphis, TN

Kerry C.Kerry Crawford: Buy your tickets in advance (they're way cheaper), get some barbecue nachos and park it on the bluff for a super relaxing evening of AAA baseball. Read more.