7: Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles)
Man, this is a good-looking ballpark. From the warehouse beyond right field to the view of the skyline in center, as well as the overall layout is just perfect. One of the best looking parks in baseball. The Orioles revolutionized ballpark construction in the 1990’s, bringing baseball out of the cookie-cutter stadium era. Camden Yards is the first stadium to incorporate existing buildings and architecture.
Opening in 1992, it has seen a no-hitter, Cal Ripken Jr. breaking the Iron Man streak, a four-homer game and the only game in MLB history without any attendance.