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Best Looking MLB Stadium (Edited 11/01/09 05:51PM by SusanVette)
Which of these parks do u like the most? As in it looks nice.
| Closed on 12/15/09 at 02:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | MLB | Multiple Choice Opinion Poll
Team Breakout:
32 Fans 
16%a. New Yankee Stadium
3%b. Oriole Park at Camden Yards
0%c. U.S. Cellular Field
3%d. Comerica Park
0%e. Kauffman Stadium
0%f. Safeco Field
0%g. Angel Stadium of Anaheim
3%h. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
0%i. Citi Field
9%j. Citizens Bank Park
3%k. Turner Field
0%l. Nationals Park
6%m. PNC Park
16%n. Busch Stadium
9%o. Wrigley Field
0%p. Miller Park
3%q. Minute Maid Park
3%r. Great American Ballpark
0%s. PETCO Park
25%t. Other

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#6 | 1727 days ago

PNC Park  
  
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#1 | 1728 days ago
BDV4U (+)

As much as I loved Busch II, Busch III is awesome!
Busch Stadium  
#2 | 1728 days ago

At Tuner Field every seat is a good seat, I intern here so I know, and did you know Tuner Field also had $1.00 tickets so if you just wanted to go hang out at the center near the top for drinks to hang out for a $1.00 you can with open bar with looks at a big screen of the game from this standing area. $1.00 tickets you have hit all target markets Mr. Turner, and with this seating, if you do not like baseball, you will after seating at Turner Field.A+ Turner Field
Turner Field  
#3 | 1728 days ago

Phone Company Park in San Francisco.   How could that NOT be on the list?
Other  
#4 | 1727 days ago
BDV4U (+)

ML31 wrote:
Phone Company Park in San Francisco.   How could that NOT be on the list?
Because, like you just demonstrated, it can't keep a name for more than 5 minutes! LOL

Maybe the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in Orange County within California as part of the United States on the North American continent should play there, since they have the same problem.
Busch Stadium  
#5 | 1727 days ago

I like the park the Giants play at. I love the view of the bay next to the stadium.
Other  
#6 | 1727 days ago

PNC Park  
#7 | 1727 days ago

BDV4U wrote:
Because, like you just demonstrated, it can't keep a name for more than 5 minutes! LOL

Maybe the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in Orange County within California as part of the United States on the North American continent should play there, since they have the same problem.
A rose by any other name....
Other  
#8 | 1727 days ago
jacobmrley (+)

Fenway.  No mallpark nonsense, just old school urban neighborhood baseball beauty. 
Other  
#9 | 1726 days ago

As much as I like Bush or Kaufman stadium....Great American Ball Park is a very picturesque place;
Great American Ballpark  
#10 | 1726 days ago

Speaking of picturesque...

This is rivaled only by PNC I think.
Other  
#11 | 1726 days ago

Had to put in Kauffman Stadium....

Great American Ballpark  
#12 | 1726 days ago

Okay here is Busch......

Great American Ballpark  
#13 | 1725 days ago

Wrigley Field, The Ivy on the wall, the scoreboard, the lake right behind it with the boats sailing on it. To me it just doesn't get any better than that.
Wrigley Field  
#14 | 1725 days ago

jacobmrley wrote:
Fenway.  No mallpark nonsense, just old school urban neighborhood baseball beauty. 
I agree I like the old parks.
Wrigley Field  
#15 | 1724 days ago

The new TCF Bank park in downtown Mpls will be a real gem for the 15-20 games/year when it is not too hot, cold or wet.
Other  
#16 | 1724 days ago

(Edited by ML31)
mrturk wrote:
The new TCF Bank park in downtown Mpls will be a real gem for the 15-20 games/year when it is not too hot, cold or wet.
Wow.  Playing under a roof has made Minnesota fans soft.

PS...  Did the sponsor change?  I thought it was Target Field.
Other  
#17 | 1724 days ago

gotta go with wrigley field as the tops, miller park in milwaukee is nice and spacious and great american is also a nice stadium.  
Wrigley Field  
#18 | 1724 days ago

sorry, nowhere better than petco park in san diego.  even the standing room areas are close to the field.
#19 | 1724 days ago

 And the most amazing stadium in the world is left off the list.

Unbelievable.
Other  
#20 | 1723 days ago

kentuckycolonel wrote:
sorry, nowhere better than petco park in san diego.  even the standing room areas are close to the field.
Petco is nice.  Better than the Murph ever was.  And better than many of the newer parks out there....  But PNC and that bay side one up north has it beat.

Sorry.
Other  
#21 | 1721 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

For old-school ambience, I'd go with Wrigley. The way it's in the middle of a neighborhood... you can stand out on Waveland Avenue and try to snag home run balls. PNC is gorgeous, which is a good thing, because the stadium itself is about the only reason to visit it.

But there's one more with a magnificent backdrop:

Wrigley Field  
#22 | 1721 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
For old-school ambience, I'd go with Wrigley. The way it's in the middle of a neighborhood... you can stand out on Waveland Avenue and try to snag home run balls. PNC is gorgeous, which is a good thing, because the stadium itself is about the only reason to visit it.

But there's one more with a magnificent backdrop:

Again...  Nice.  Better than most.  And I think often overlooked when it comes to nice new yards. 

But certainly not in the class of PNC or Phone Company Park.
Other  
#23 | 1721 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

ML31 wrote:
Again...  Nice.  Better than most.  And I think often overlooked when it comes to nice new yards. 

But certainly not in the class of PNC or Phone Company Park.
Did you know Coors is the 3rd-oldest park in the NL? Amazing.
Wrigley Field  
#24 | 1721 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
Did you know Coors is the 3rd-oldest park in the NL? Amazing.
I was thinking about that...  I think the age goes...  Wrigley Field, Dodger Stadium...  But Coors is not next...  Whatever the current name of the place the Fish play in is next.  They have been playing there since '93 and the stadium has been there longer than that.  Coors first season was '95.

You know, another one I think may be underrated is Royals Stadium.  I'm hoping to get to a game there next season.
Other  
#25 | 1721 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

(Edited by jasonwrites)
ML31 wrote:
I was thinking about that...  I think the age goes...  Wrigley Field, Dodger Stadium...  But Coors is not next...  Whatever the current name of the place the Fish play in is next.  They have been playing there since '93 and the stadium has been there longer than that.  Coors first season was '95.

You know, another one I think may be underrated is Royals Stadium.  I'm hoping to get to a game there next season.
Marlins I believe is Pro Players Stadium, wait, I think they renamed it Land Shark... I know they were playing the Dolphins stadium... not sure about it; I just recall hearing that Coors (opened 1995) was third-oldest.

OK, just looked it up-- if the Wikipedia article is correct-- Land Shark (Miami) was opened in 1987. So Coors is fourth-oldest. According to this list, only eight of the 30 were built before 1990. Three of those are in California (Oakland and both L.A. teams). Dodgers Stadium (1962) is the oldest remaining after Fenway and Wrigley.
Wrigley Field  
#26 | 1721 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
Marlins I believe is Pro Players Stadium, wait, I think they renamed it Land Shark... I know they were playing the Dolphins stadium... not sure about it; I just recall hearing that Coors (opened 1995) was third-oldest.

OK, just looked it up-- if the Wikipedia article is correct-- Land Shark (Miami) was opened in 1987. So Coors is fourth-oldest. According to this list, only eight of the 30 were built before 1990. Three of those are in California (Oakland and both L.A. teams). Dodgers Stadium (1962) is the oldest remaining after Fenway and Wrigley.
It can't be.

Wrigley opened in 1912 or something similar.

Dodger Stadium opened in 61 or 62.  Can't remember (but who WANTS to?)

Then the Fish are playing in the same place they started in 1993. 

Since Coors opened in 1995, than makes them the 4th oldest.

Either you are remembering reading it wrong, or what you read was horridly incorrect.
Other  
#27 | 1721 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

ML31 wrote:
It can't be.

Wrigley opened in 1912 or something similar.

Dodger Stadium opened in 61 or 62.  Can't remember (but who WANTS to?)

Then the Fish are playing in the same place they started in 1993. 

Since Coors opened in 1995, than makes them the 4th oldest.

Either you are remembering reading it wrong, or what you read was horridly incorrect.
Look back-- I edited the comment.
Wrigley Field  
#28 | 1720 days ago

(Edited by missvangogh)
Busch Stadium  
#29 | 1720 days ago
BDV4U (+)

ML31, if I didn't know any better, I would say you're just a hopeless homer - degrading everyone else's comments just to drive home your neighborhood's park that can't decide on a name! LOL

But we all know that's not true.....
Busch Stadium  
#30 | 1684 days ago
Sherry63 (+)

jasonwrites wrote:
For old-school ambience, I'd go with Wrigley. The way it's in the middle of a neighborhood... you can stand out on Waveland Avenue and try to snag home run balls. PNC is gorgeous, which is a good thing, because the stadium itself is about the only reason to visit it.

But there's one more with a magnificent backdrop:

This one looks cool I love the mountains.
 

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