Baseball season is right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the nation’s favorite pastime than hitting the road in search of America’s most beloved ballparks? These are the top stadiums to grab a seat at and enjoy the Major Leagues the way they was meant to be seen—live, in-person, with a hypercaloric hot dog in hand and a spot in the stands that catches the satisfying reverb of a batter’s crack. From the friendly confines of the legendary Wrigley Field to the teenage Washington Nationals Park, these nine baseball stadiums will make you forget about Congressional hearings and juiced-up sluggers.
And the 10th stadium on the list? That was New York’s Yankee Stadium, which had its swan song in the 2008 season before being bulldozed in 2009 to make way for the Yankees’ controversial new stadium. It was enough to make any diehard baseball fan shed a tear. Though the ballpark, built in 1923, lacked the aesthetic of other historic baseball stadiums like Wrigley or Fenway, it’s still sorely missed among fans of the sport. So while the old Yankees’ home has been sadly removed from our best stadiums list, check out the nine other entries that continue to hit it out of the park.
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