Power Ranking all 30 MLB Ballparks

1: Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)

Credit: Chicago Cubs

Credit: Chicago Cubs

Visual: 25/25

Wrigley is heaven on Earth. When I walked in for the time I was literally speechless and looked around in awe for about 10 minutes. If you travel to one place in your entire life I recommend it be Wrigley.

History: 24/25

It was opened in 1914, making it the second oldest ballpark behind Fenway. Although it hasn’t hosted a World Series since 1945, it has seen a ton of playoff moments and historic achievements.


Agree or disagree with this list? Where did your favorite teams stadium fall? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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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