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June 13, 2009, 02:04 PM
WHATS UR THOUGHTS ON THE BEST STADIUM IN THE MLB.
July 3, 2010  08:02 AM ET

fenway, at&t park, petco and the best of all is PNC park in pittsburgh its the only thing the franchise has ever doen right. angels stadiums was less than impressive and mccaffee colliseum in oakland should be blown up and dodgers stadium has alot of history so its nice. also seattle was less than impressive

July 3, 2010  02:21 PM ET

Pittsburgh's PNC Park : Georgeous: Fantastic views: great Food: Baseballs BESt promtional department: Easy access by land, incline or water:
But your post does say MLB and not sure we can call the Pirates a Major League team:YET: But one of these days: Were in a bit of a winning drought here, but the stadium is great!

July 5, 2010  09:00 AM ET
QUOTE(#75):

Pittsburgh's PNC Park : Georgeous: Fantastic views: great Food: Baseballs BESt promtional department: Easy access by land, incline or water: But your post does say MLB and not sure we can call the Pirates a Major League team:YET: But one of these days: Were in a bit of a winning drought here, but the stadium is great!

I agree! I like PNC as well. Also National's Park, Jacob's Field and Camden Yards. Why do so many nice parks have such rotten teams? And many of the old parks (Briggs Stadium, Comiskey Park, Fenway, Griffith Stadium etc. had atmosphere which is missing in most, but not all, of the new ones).

July 5, 2010  11:50 AM ET

Turner Field is nice and reasonably priced.

July 8, 2010  11:09 AM ET

camden yards, but I am from Maryland and even that thrill is gone since we have been in the basement for the last 10 years or so. Used to be a really good time to go see a game there, but now it is depressing.. Need to dump angelos and get a real owner, that will make the club a winner. somebody like Cal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

July 8, 2010  12:10 PM ET

Would have to say Wrigley for historic perspective, and tradition. Coors Field is nice looking at the Rocky Mtns from Lower Downtown. Camden has to be up there. Sorry, but Dodger Stadium (I've been there several times) is an armpit!

July 8, 2010  12:12 PM ET

Wrigley for historic perspective and tradition...overall fun place. Coors Field with view of Rocky Mtns from Lower Downtown. Camden is great too. Dodger Stadium (I've been there several times) is an armpit!!!

July 11, 2010  12:30 AM ET

either fenway or wrigley. with all the money teams and cities put towards building new stadiums, it's nice to see these two stadiums staying strong for about 100 years each...

July 12, 2010  01:59 AM ET
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Wrigley Field is my pick. Nothing quite like it.

It's a nice place if you don't actually care to watch a game, like the world's biggest beer garden. As an actual venue to watch a sporting event though, it absolutely sucks. I can't imagine there is a worse stadium in all of MLB.

 
July 12, 2010  01:22 PM ET

Gotta be biased and say Coors(best beer too)but SF looks nice as does Comerica and Miller Park.Would love to experience Wrigley Field and Petco one day too.Marlins stadium looks terrible with all those empty orange seats tho.

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