11: Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers)
Comerica is a very cool ballpark. Its walls are deep, but it doesn’t play like a park with big fences. The big scoreboard in left, grass batters eye in center, and Detroit backdrop in right center add to its original look. Comerica also has the dirt strip from the mound to home, and has a unique triangular cutout around the dish.
Comerica opened in 2000, replacing legendary Tiger Stadium. While that’s a difficult act to follow, the new park has made its own legacy. It has seen a World Series in 2006, and is one of two parks to have a dirt line going from the pitchers mound to home plate, Chase Field being the other.