These baseball stadiums are better than Fenway Park


Travel These baseball stadiums are better than Fenway Park, according to USA Today readers But Fenway did make the top 10 on the publication’s new ranking of baseball stadiums. Inside Fenway Park in Boston. Ben Ghosh
As opening day for major league baseball approaches, USA Today has ranked the stadiums that hit a home run with readers, and Fenway Park didn’t top the list.
USA Today asked an expert panel to nominate their top picks for major league baseball stadiums, and then readers ranked the 10 best MLB stadiums in America. Fenway Park fell toward the bottom of the list, at No. 8.
“If you’re a baseball fan, you probably have a favorite MLB stadium. Maybe it’s the one where your team plays, or maybe it’s the one with the best views, food, or atmosphere,” wrote USA Today.
Here’s what USA Today wrote about Fenway Park:
Boston is renowned for its high concentration of historic landmarks, and Fenway Park is no exception. This 1910s-era structure serves as the oldest active ballpark in all of Major League Baseball, with a wealth of eclectic architectural flourishes ranging from Pesky’s Pole to the Green Monster, a towering left field wall that served as the inspiration for the Red Sox mascot. USA Today’s 10best
The No. 1 park, Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, has “a charming retro-classic design,” wrote USA Today, while the No. 4 Oracle Park in San Francisco has a Giants Wall of Fame and an 80-foot Coca-Cola bottle that lights up during games, and the No. 7 Wrigley Field in Chicago has a hand-operated scoreboard and “huge tangles of live ivy on the outfield wall.”
Here is the ranking 10 best baseball fields, according to USA Today readers:
Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore Petco Park in San Diego Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia Oracle Park in San Francisco Busch Stadium in St. Louis PNC Park in Pittsburgh Wrigley Field in Chicago Fenway Park in Boston Target Field in Minneapolis Coors Field in Denver
For the 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards lists, USA Today travel experts select 20 nominees in topics from food to lodging, destinations to things to do. Then the publication asks readers to cast votes to determine the top 10.
Check out more details about the 10 best MLB stadiums.
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