Ranking The MLB Ballparks

America’s favourite pastime remains popular today despite doomsday news that baseball is a dying sport. With 162 games throughout the season, a game playing almost every day and the most affordable ticket prices among the big four leagues, the sport still attracts a fair share of audiences. What makes the Major League Baseball experience unique are the ballparks that host the games…

MLB Ballparks Ranking

Unlike stadiums or arenas, the ballparks make a more significant impact on games and their sophisticated designs are marvels to behold. We ranked all 30 MLB ballparks on how amazing it is to catch a baseball game using a specific formula. [+]

  • a) Design (style): how well the ballpark is designed from the inside and outside and if it has any distinguishing features that set it apart.
  • b) Fan experience: a beautiful ballpark is just a building without the enthusiasm the fans bring.
  • c) History: the MLB’s rich history has given birth to plenty of memorable events and they further add to the ballpark’s mystic.
  • d) Seating capacity: how many fans the park can fit comfortably.

American League

  1. Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimor
  2. Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City
  3. Target Field, Minnesota
  4. Fenway Park, Boston
  5. Safeco Field, Seattle
  6. Globe Life Park at Arlington, Arlington
  7. Progressive Field, Cleveland
  8. Minute Maid Park, Houston
  9. Yankee Stadium, Bronx
  10. Rogers Centre, Toronto
  11. Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Anaheim
  12. Comerica Park, Detroit
  13. Tropican Field, St. Petersburg
  14. Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago
  15. Oakland Alameda Coliseum, Oakland 

National League

  1. AT&T Park, San Francisco
  2. PNC Park, Pittsburgh
  3. Petco Park, San Diego
  4. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
  5. Wrigley Field, Chicago
  6. Coors Field, Denver
  7. Busch Stadium, St. Louis
  8. Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati
  9. Citi Field, Queens
  10. Chase Field, Phoenix
  11. Nationals Park, Washington
  12. Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia
  13. Marlins Park, Miami
  14. Miller Park, Milwaukee
  15. Turner Field, Atlanta 
  • Yankee Stadium

    One of the most successful professional sports team in the world are the New York Yankees, who have won 27 World Series and appeared in 40, well over double the amount of the next most successful team, [...]

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  • Wrigley Field

    Wrigley Field is the second oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, opening on April 23rd, 1911, roughly two years after Fenway Park. Similar to Fenway, Wrigley is considered a shrine to baseball and enjoys the same legendary [...]

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  • US Cellular Field

    Originally known as Comiskey Park II, U.S. Cellular bought the naming rights in 2003, agreeing to pay $68 million over 20 years to retain the rights. The old Comiskey Park was an ancient venue that had served [...]

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  • Target Field

    Target Field is the home field of the Minnesota Twins, who used to play at the famous Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome before a long political process allowed the Twin Cities region to create a new ballpark. This [...]

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  • Turner Field

    Turner Field has witnessed quite a bit of success, as the Atlanta Braves teams of the mid-90s and the turn of the century didn’t appear capable of missing the playoffs. This venue opened on March 29th, 1997, [...]

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  • Tropicana Field

    The home field of the Tampa Bay Rays has always been Tropicana Field, which was built about eight years before the franchise was awarded to the city. Construction for this facility began in 1986 and required about [...]

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  • Safeco Field

    When the old Kingdome became such a liability that the owners of the Seattle Mariners threatened to leave the city, a plan for a new stadium was drafted, but then quickly denied by voters who didn’t [...]

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  • Rogers Centre

    When it first opened in 1989, the SkyDome, now called Rogers Centre, was a technological marvel because it was the first stadium designed with a retractable roof. Also notable was the hotel built into the facilities, which [...]

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  • Progressive Field

    The home of the Cleveland Indians is Progressive Field, which was opened on April 2nd, 1994. Recent renovations to the field were finished in April 2015, updating the field after a couple of decades of use. This [...]

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  • Petco Park

    Located in the southern area of the downtown core, close to San Diego Bay, Petco Park is the home of the San Diego Padres, who used to share Qualcomm Park with the San Diego Chargers before moving [...]

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  • PNC Park

    Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, PNC Park was constructed to replace Three Rivers Stadium, which was thirty years old when the team moved to their new facility. Construction of PNC Park began on April 7th, 1999, and [...]

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  • Oriole Park at Camden Yards

    Perhaps the most influential major sports facility in North America, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is credited for bringing the old style of ballpark back into MLB cities across the United States. Prior to the new design, [...]

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  • O.co Coliseum

    Typically considered one of the worst sports facility among the major, professional North American leagues, O.Co Coliseum has been the long-time home of the Oakland Athletics, who share the field with the notorious Oakland Raiders of the [...]

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  • Nationals Park

    Nationals Park is one of the newest MLB stadiums on the scene, replacing the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium as the home field of the Nationals. Before the Montreal Expos moved to Washington, the team played at [...]

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  • Minute Maid Park

    Minute Maid Park replaced the Houston Astros old ballpark, the Astrodome, which was a hugely influential stadium due to the fact that it was the first domed stadium that was designed to be a multi-purpose facility. Also [...]

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  • Miller Park

    Miller Park is the replacement for the old Milwaukee County Stadium, which was 30 years old by the time the Milwaukee Brewers moved into their new facility. After a lengthy construction and funding process, Miller Park opened on [...]

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  • Marlins Park

    Marlins Park, home of the Miami Marlins, is one of the newest ballparks in the MLB, opening on March 5th, 2012, after more than two and a half years of construction that started on July 1st, [...]

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  • Kauffman Stadium

    Kauffman Stadium is home to the Kansas City Royals, who played three years at Municipal Stadium before calling Kauffman home over the past five decades. Originally, Kaufmann cost $70 million to construct, broke ground on July 11th, [...]

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  • Globe Life Park In Arlington

    Globe Life Park in Arlington, more commonly referred to as “The Globe”, is located in the north east portion of Arlington, Texas, which is roughly half way between the cities of Fort Worth and Dallas. This has [...]

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  • Great American Ball Park

    The Great American Ball Park is the replacement for Riverfront Stadium, which served as the home to the Cincinnati Reds for 32 years. Construction started on August 1st, 2000, and the facility opened on March 31st, 2003. [...]

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  • Fenway Park

    Perhaps the most famous ballpark in the MLB, Fenway Park is the oldest venue to host a major league team, a couple of years older than Wrigley Field, which is another ballpark that rivals Fenway in terms [...]

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  • Citi Field

    After playing at the much-maligned Shea Stadium for 44 years and sharing the field with other pro sports teams, the Mets finally got their own stadium when Citi Field was erected. Ground broke for this facility on [...]

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  • Dodger Stadium

    Sometimes referred to as “Chavez Ravine”, with new signs that declare this stadium as “Blue Heaven on Earth”, the Dodgers have played at Dodger Stadium ever since they switched from the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 1962. [...]

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  • Coors Field

    After starting off for a couple of years at Mile High Stadium, the Colorado Rockies moved into Coors Field, which is also nicknamed “Coors Canaveral” in a nod to the number of balls that are launched into [...]

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  • Chase Field

    Established in 1998, the Arizona Diamondbacks quickly became one of the better teams in the MLB, earning a post season spot one year later and a World Series title in their third year of existence. Originally called [...]

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  • Citizens Bank Park

    Located close to the state borders of Pennsylvania and New Jersey – which runs the Delaware River, Citizens Bank Park is the home of the Philadelphia Phillies. This venue was a replacement for Veterans Stadium, which served [...]

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  • Comerica Park

    Tiger Stadium served the Detroit Tigers from 1912 to 1999, at one point existing as one of the oldest in-use MLB ballpark in the league. Comerica Park replaced the aged facility, with the Tigers moving in during [...]

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  • Angel Stadium

    The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim play their home games at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. This venue started construction in 1964, planned as a replacement to the previous home, Dodger Stadium. After a year and a half, [...]

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  • Busch Stadium

    The St. Louis Cardinals, the second most successful team in Major League Baseball, have played at a version of Busch Stadium since Anheuser-Busch purchased Sportsman’s Park back in 1953. This is the third version of Busch Stadium, [...]

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  • AT&T Park

    Located along the Embarcadero, next to San Francisco Bay, AT&T Park is typically considered one of the best in the league, beloved by fans and players alike, despite the occasional blast of moist, cool air that wafts [...]

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MLB Calendar

The MLB season runs from April to the end of October or start of November. It is the most active sports league having 162 games and playing all seven days of the week with a few exceptions. Teams generally play six times a week and play their opponents in two to four consecutive games called “series”. Some players can rest on occasion specifically catchers and injured players. Most games are played within each team’s respective league and in the case of inter-league play, rules are adapted for the home team.

MLB TV Schedule In Canada

Because baseball takes place during the end of the NHL regular season, it has become a popular sport for the Canadians during the spring and summer. The Toronto Blue Jays are the nation’s only team and have a near-unanimous support. Their games are broadcasted exclusively by Rogers Sportsnet who also broadcasts other games like the MLB Playoffs and World Series. TSN also broadcasts games particularly the Monday night games. The MLB network also airs replays and other extracurricular programs.

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