Parks I've been to:
1. Target Field: yeah, you all know.
2. County Stadium: a total dump, but it had a charm to it.
3. Miller Park: love the brats, hate pretty much everything else. Has all the charm of a Costco.
4. Wrigley Field: best pure baseball experience in the country. Getting in and out can be a nightmare.
5. US Cellular: I went before the renovation, but I wasn't impressed. I need to go again.
6. Kaufmann Stadium: an absolute gem, completely underrated. The only problem is that June-August is like an oven.
7. Busch Stadium: great atmosphere, great fans, suffers from same "oven" problem as Kansas City
8. Rangers Ballpark: Hot, hot, hot. I don't remember much else.
9. Minute Maid Ballpark: Quirky, weird, hangar-like, but nice view of downtown.
10.Coors Field: Great city, great park, it's held up as one of the better "new retro" parks.
11. Tiger Stadium: I spent four innings here, and regret not spending more. In my defense, my first girlfriend had dumped me by phone a couple of hours before the game, and I was sufficiently teenage-emo that evening. Also, the concourses smelled of pee.
12. Comerica Park: Surprisingly nice and comfortable, considering the craphole town it's in.
13. Progressive Field: Nice. I watched Kenny Rogers throw 7 1/3 perfect innings here before two jackbags behind us showed up and promptly said, "oh look, he's throwing a perfect game!" *Walk*. "Well, at least it's still a no-hitter!" *Double off the wall*.
14. Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati) Total dump. Saw two games here, unfortunately. Woof.
15: Great American Ballpark: the definition of "meh." Nice enough park, but nothing special.
16. PNC Park: Gorgeous. A true gem. Best downtown view in the majors, and one of the main reasons I love Pittsburgh.
17. Veterans Stadium (Philadelphia): Not as bad as I had heard, but still godawful. Port-os in the concourse.
18. Rogers Centre: Oy. The good people of Toronto deserve a LOT better.
19. Fenway Park: second-best pure baseball experience in the country. Cramped as hell though, and Fenway Franks are overrated.
20. Old Yankee Stadium: The field itself is the ground of legends, the stadium SUCKED. Cramped, stinky, and not historic enough to justify it after being renovated in 1975. The fans, despite their reputation, were really cool even though they were playing the Twins.
21. Shea Stadium: my dad and I take the 7 train from Times Square, it's no-breathing-room cramped, at least 105 degrees in the car, we walk out into the hottest, most humid day in NYC in years, pay exorbitant prices for the Mets-Phillies game, choke down a mediocre hot dog, go to our crappy seats, and I get SPIT ON for wearing a Twins (!) hat. We left after three. f*** the Mets, f*** their fans, and f*** their old s**t stadium.
22. Camden Yards: Great old-timey feel, at the time it was still novel to have a retro park, and Eutaw Street is a killer hangout spot.
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