The Top 5 Must See Baseball Stadiums
By Brandon Dudley January 6, 2011
When it comes to attending a baseball game, or a sport of any kind, it is typically the quality of the team on the field that is most paramount to fans. However, the importance, history and beauty of the stadium can never be overlooked. Below are five of the must see baseball stadiums.
5. Citizens Bank Park- Philadelphia Phillies
To begin with, this stadium doesn’t exactly have anything extra special as far as design or layout. But what it does have is a sellout crowd practically every night and a team that has made it the past two World Series. And if Halladay’s no-hitter to begin the NLDS was any indication, they might just make it to the championship again this year.
4. Minute Maid Park- Houston Astros
Now Minute Maid Park may not have the history of a Fenway Park, but is easily one of the most beautiful stadiums in all of baseball. Its perhaps best attribute being the Conoco Home Run Porch which is sure to give fans an illustrious view they would not get any place else. The stadium, for those engaged by the long ball, is also known for witnessing a lot of home runs.
3. Yankee Stadium- New York YankeesNow the new stadium may not have the flare or history of the previous Yankee Stadium which witnessed 2008 as its final season. Still, any time you get the opportunity to watch a championship-caliber team in front of a packed house of Yankee faithful, a memorable experience is sure to be in store. Charter Bus New York can only verify that statement.
2. Wrigley Field- Chicago Cubs
With its outfield walls decorated by beautiful ivy, Wrigley Field provides fans with a look they wouldn’t get at any other ballpark. Now if they could just overcome the infamous Curse of the Billy Goat, the city of Chicago would have even more to celebrate. Best of all, Charter Bus Chicago can get your group there at a great rate.
1. Fenway Park- Boston Red Sox
When it comes to Fenway, the epic Green Monster says it all. Towering 37 feet, the monster is a nemesis to hitters and a classic for fans. Especially for those few fans that are able to grab seats sitting directly above the wall in left field. It would take a little hit to the pocketbook, but Charter Bus Boston could show you how it would definitely be worth the expense.