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Ballpark Profile: Dodger Stadium

Ballpark Profile: Dodger Stadium
Posted on 4 comments
Like the Dodgers themselves, Dodger Stadium is a Classic, and paired an outstanding ballclub, it's an absolute must-visit. But you'd better leave now if you're going to beat the traffic.

Ballpark Profile: Tropicana Field

Ballpark Profile: Tropicana Field
Posted on 6 comments

Would I want Tropicana Field to be my home ballpark? No. No way.
But 
I like Tropicana Field. No, I love Tropicana Field.

Ballpark Profile: Minute Maid Park

Ballpark Profile: Minute Maid Park
Posted on 27 comments

Minute Maid checks many of the criteria for a good ballpark. And, when the roof is open, it's a really nice place to see a ballgame.

Ballpark Profile: Truist Park

Ballpark Profile: Truist Park
Posted on 8 comments
Truist Park is exactly what it was designed to be. And it works. 

Ballpark Profile: Yankee Stadium

Ballpark Profile: Yankee Stadium
Posted on 2 comments
It's not even a ballpark. It's a STADIUM. It says so right there in the name. And it gets away with it, because it's . . . well, Yankee Stadium.

Ballpark Profile: Oakland Coliseum

Ballpark Profile: Oakland Coliseum
Posted on 70 comments
There are some cities, some teams, some fanbases that might not want a precious, jewelbox of a ballpark. 

Ballpark Profile: Busch Stadium

Ballpark Profile: Busch Stadium
Posted on 7 comments

Sometimes things are just really good. Busch Stadium is one of those things.

 

Ballpark Profile: Target Field

Ballpark Profile: Target Field
Posted on 63 comments
Target Field checks every one of the 'great ballpark' boxes with authority. It is, by our criteria, pretty close to the perfect ballpark.

Ballpark Profile: Guaranteed Rate Field

Ballpark Profile: Guaranteed Rate Field
Posted on 41 comments
Bottom line? Guaranteed Rate is not the best ballpark in baseball. But it's way better than it was, and is absolutely worth going to catch a game. 

Ballpark Profile: Nationals Park

Ballpark Profile: Nationals Park
Posted on 3 comments
The Capitol and Washington Monument  are within view of Nationals Park. It's a shame that -- for whatever reason -- these iconic views were not included into the overall ballpark plan.

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