Power Ranking all 30 MLB Ballparks

Every Major League Baseball team has to call someplace home. Each team across baseball has its own special and unique ballpark. While they are different in their own respective ways, some are clearly more appealing to fans passing through the turnstiles and players sitting in the clubhouse. As is such, here are all 30 Major League stadiums ranked.

The criteria used to rank these stadiums are based on a point system across two categories. The first is visual appeal and how the stadium is designed, which is on a scale from 0-25 points. The second is the history and significance the stadium has to the franchise/sport of baseball. This is also on a scale of 0-25. That leaves a total of 50 points a stadium can earn. 0 points means is should be knocked down immediately, 25 is average, and 50 is the best stadium ever built.

2 Responses

  1. brobetoy

    Nice article but CoPa’s dirt cutout isn’t triangular, it’s five sided and shaped like home plate.

  2. Justin

    I have multiple problems with this article. First, it’s obvious that you haven’t been to half these stadiums. I have, and disagree with just about all your assessments. Second of all, your criteria is absurd. History shouldn’t be half your assessment, because when you go to many ballparks that have been around for 40-50 years, you just don’t “feel” the history. How Yankee Stadium is considered better than Citi Field is mind-boggling. You’ve gotta do better research.


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