Top 6 Ballparks in the US

Most fans have a preference when it comes to their home team’s playing field, but there are some ballparks that are cut above the rest. Amazingly, it’s not the amenities that make a ballpark what it is but the historic moments that have been made there. Let’s take a look at the six best ballparks in the US. Hopefully your favorite is on our list!

1. Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox

One of baseball’s most famous venues, Fenway Park is a remarkable place to see a ballgame. This park may be simple, especially because it’s not surrounded by breathtaking views like other parks are, and it has a constrained location. Still, Fenway is home to some of the best moments that have defined baseball history: The Green Monster, Pesky’s Pole and the Citgo sign to name a few.

2. Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs

Wrigley Field may not be busting at the seams with modern amenities and great concessions, but fans get a view of the beautiful Lake Michigan and a more rustic experience. The ballpark may be old school, but its beauty lies in the details such as ivy on the brick outfield walls, a giant manual scoreboard and the rumbling sound of the el train in the background.

3. Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City Royals

This family friendly ballpark has things for everyone to do, and its recent renovation has added more concession stands and restrooms. The stadium is probably most famous for its beautiful fountains and interactive crown that rises about 40 feet. There is also a 360-degree concourse, spectacular views of the field and a food court. Even the little ones will have a blast thanks to the kids’ area that features a carousel, batting and pitching cages and a fieldturf surface.

4. Target Field, Minnesota Twins

Target Field is a newer ballpark, and its simple architecture and unfussy layout keep it clean and futuristic. You get a beautiful view of downtown Minneapolis, and there’s hardly a bad seat in the house. This new home has been much appreciated by the Minnesota Twins and its fans, and the sentiment clearly shows with the intimate and cozy setting throughout.

5. AT&T Park, San Francisco Giants

San Francisco is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and when you’re sitting in the stands of AT&T Park, you get views of the Bay and McCovey Cove. The ballpark combines modern amenities with old-school charm, and the stadium serves up some of the best ballpark food around. With every seat being a good one, you can enjoy the game and the views alongside the giant glove and Coke bottle.

6. Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees

The legendary blue seats, HD LED scoreboard, multiple lounge options and private luxury suites are just a few of the noteworthy features of Yankee Stadium. In fact, with all the recent upgrades, you can enjoy other events at the stadium as well, such as birthday parties, weddings and anniversaries. But don’t let the social experiences compromise a great baseball game. All seats have an excellent view of the field, and you can enjoy Babe Ruth Plaza, Monument Park and Great Hall.