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Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
Stadium Showdown: Which ballpark rules Chicago?
Summer is baseball season, and with two teams, the White Sox and the Cubs, Chicago has twice the fun. But as far as ballparks go, it's hard to get more different than Wrigley Field and U.S. Cellular Field. The Cubs ballpark is over 100 years old, while the White Sox's ballpark is nearly 25 years old. Each ones has its own unique characteristcs. We put the two stadiums head to head on food, atmosphere, location, fans and team to help you decide which is Chicago's superior experience.
-Will preseason buzz cure Cleveland Indians attendance blues?
-Royals get crafty, develop new bar at Kauffman Stadium
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DID YOU KNOW? At PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, there are seven light towers that have a total of 672 bulbs.

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2015 BALLPARK ROADTRIP GUIDE
Planning your summer vacation yet? How about a trip across the country to visit your favorite MLB ballpark or visit multiple ballparks in one trip? Plan your roadtrip with our handy guide that provides possible dates for trips to every MLB ballpark.
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Every wondered what some proposed ballpark designs looked like for your favorite team? Curious to see designs that were never developed? Check out our ballpark renderings and models section to view renderings of many ballparks never built.
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Drone view of Candelstick Park, former home of the San Francisco Giants and 49ers
 

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