Discussion in 'Sports' started by Wry Catcher, Aug 5, 2010.
1. AT&T, San Francisco
2. Brewer Park, Milwaukee
3. Citizen Bank, Philadelphia
Never been to the other 2, but The Bank is a beautiful park. Of course I'm partial, but these days all these new stadiums are pretty much built equally beautiful anyway.
I still miss the Vet though.
Candlestick, Milwaukee County Stadium, Shibe Park
In spite of playing 34 games under .500, the argument over the best ball park in the country begins and ends with Pittsburgh's PNC Park.
Compare PNC to its predecessor, Three Rivers Stadium
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Out of the stadiums I have visited:
1. Camden Yards, Baltimore
2. Safeco Field, Seattle
3. Fenway, Boston
Fenway of course.
Though Camden Yards is quite beautiful, hopefully under Buck they won't suck as bad anymore.
Safeco Field. You can watch the pitchers warm up from a window on the first level. Plus there is an awesome view of Mt Rainer, and Puget Sound.
Citizens Bank has a bi-level bullpen, and the visiting team has the top level. It's about 15 feet below the wide open concourse in right-center called Ashburn Alley. When they're warming up you can stand at the railing there and pretty much WHISPER to them and they can hear you. They take a lot of abuse
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