Power Ranking all 30 MLB Ballparks

4: AT&T Park (San Francisco Giants)

Credit: San Francisco Giants

Credit: San Francisco Giants

Visual: 20/25

This ballpark is just beautiful. From the Coke bottle (product placement!) and glove beyond the seats in left, the cars in the left field wall, and McCovey Cove in right field, AT&T Park certainly is a unique ballpark.

History: 20/25

While it opened in 2000, it is already on its third different name. It has seen a few no-hitters and even a perfect game, as well as Barry Bonds breaking the home run record here. For only being opened for 15 years, it has seen a lot of baseball history. The Giants have also won the World Series three times since leaving Candlestick Park.

Overall: 40/50

2 Responses

  1. brobetoy

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

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  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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