The Best MLB Venues

Happy fun Friday everyone! Today, to cap off the week I figured let’s list something. Since I’m still not allowed to write about football or basketball, I figured let’s talk more baseball. Baseball season is right around the corner. This week, Red Sox fans were given exciting news for the first time in a long time. We can all go to Fenway Park this summer. How exciting that life is slowly returning to normal. Me personally, since it is outside, I’ll attempt to go atleast once this summer. The Red Sox will probably lose that day but, it’ll be nice to be back at Fenway singing Sweet Caroline. Speaking of Fenway, today’s article to listing the top five best MLB venues. Let’s get into it, shall we?

1. Fenway Park

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Alright before you say this is bias, let me beat you to it… kind of! Yes, I’m a Red Sox fan. Of course I’ve been to Fenway so I know what you’re immediately going to say. The seats at Fenway are some of the most uncomfortable seats. Yes, I agree. But, if you don’t like Fenway because of the seats…. yikes, that’s all I have to say to you. For diehard baseball fans, Fenway Park is a top destination. You have Pesky’s pole, the green monster and of course the Ted Williams seat. That might forever be the Ted Williams seat since it is the longest homerun hit at Fenway and nobody have ever been able to hit one further. Plus, you can’t go wrong with a Fenway Frank and saying hello to Wally and Tessie. You also can’t forget about the history at Fenway, there’s a ton of it.

2. Yankee Stadium

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It wouldn’t be a baseball list if the Yankees weren’t included. The exterior of this place makes it look like a palace. In a way, it kind of is considering who the Yankees are as an organization. The Yankees literally have an area called monument park where they honor some of the greatest Yankees to ever play the game of baseball. Again, the walls make it seem like you’re in a royal palace. Everywhere you look there is some kind of Yankees history, which again, diehard baseball fans would love. Even as a Red Sox fan myself, I want to visit this place and get the full experience.

3. Oracle Park

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This might be a surprising pick at three. Oracle Park to me is unique enough to be on this list simply because of location. Oracle Park is located in San Francisco, California, the bay area. Sometimes, if a player hits a deep enough homerun, the ball will land in the bay and fans who are out on kayak’s will go after the ball. Plus, you can’t go wrong with being in San Francisco. The San Francisco Giants play in a beautiful area and they take full advantage of that. Seeing the giant Coca Cola bottle too is an attraction as well.

4. Chase Field

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Look at the bottom right of the picture. Yes, that’s a pool. Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, has a pool. Imagine going to a baseball game in your bathing suit. To me, this is awesome. I’d love to sit in the pool and watch a baseball game. It makes sense that Arizona has a pool though since it’s summer time and it’s Arizona. Arizona can get well over 100 degrees during the summer so that pool and I would be best friends. Sign me up for going to this ballpark.

5. Nationals Park

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Washington DC is a fun place to be. That’s a fact. There’s nothing fancy about this park, it’s just a fun area to be in. With the Nationals being one of the better teams, it’s an exciting time to be a Nationals fan and there is more of a reason to go to the ballpark. The atmosphere is great, the team is great, and overall this might be one of the better ballpark’s in the MLB. Diehard baseball fans should want to go here.

Final Thoughts

That’s it. That’s my top five for fun Friday. Let me know what you think of this list! What stadiums would have in your top five? Let me know!

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