Power Ranking all 30 MLB Ballparks

T-28: Rogers Center (Toronto Blue Jays)

Credit: Toronto Blue Jays

Credit: Toronto Blue Jays

Visual: 13/25

The Rogers Center is a unique park. It has a hotel inside of the stadium so you can literally wake up and watch a game. But the combo of turf and the fact that it’s a multi-purpose stadium make it less of a ballpark.

History: 15/25

It has seen a pair of World Series since it opened in 1989, including one of the most famous home runs in MLB history thanks to Joe Carter. Plus it was also home to the Bat Flip Heard Round the World this past postseason.

28/50

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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