View from the upper deck at Wrigley Field


Nicknamed the Friendly Confines, Wrigley Field is baseball’s second oldest ballpark, where fans come to see the ivy covered outfield walls, the classic hand-operated scoreboard, the marquee outside the homeplate entrance and the Cubs play ball!. Stepping into Wrigley Field today is like stepping back in time. Fans come out to Wrigley Field whether the

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View from the upper deck at Turner Field - Picture: Mark Whitt


The 2016 season marked the last year the Braves called Turner Field home before moving north of Atlanta to a new ballpark in 2017. During the late 1980s the Braves began pursuing a new ballpark to replace the multipurpose Atlanta Fulton County Stadium and the city of Atlanta began to via for the Summer Olympics. In

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View from the lower deck at PNC Park


PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates is known by fans across the country as one of the most beautiful ballparks in baseball with its sweeping views of the downtown Pittsburgh skyline, the Allegheny River and Roberto Clemente bridge. The Pirates have not always played at a ballpark with such an amazing view. For 30

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View from the upper deck at Petco Park - home of the San Diego Padres - Picture: Mark Whitt


Since 2004, Padre fans have had one of the best ballparks to watch games and create new memories each summer. However before Petco Park’s opening, that was not always the case. With an aging Jack Murphy Stadium and having to share it with the San Diego Chargers (NFL), the Padres needed a ballpark of their

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View from the upper deck at Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals


Baseball returned to the Nation’s capital in 2005 and in 2008 the first new ballpark since 1962 opened in Washington, DC. The history of professional baseball in Washington, DC dates to 1901 when the Washington Senators became charter members of the American League. From 1911 until 1961 the club played at Griffith Stadium before moving

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Outside what ballpark can you smell brats being cooked on a grill and fans cracking open their favorite cold beverage? If you guessed Miller Park in Milwaukee you are correct. In the parking lot of the Brewers ballpark you will find the best tailgating experience of any in baseball. Brewers fans have a passion for

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View from the upper deck at Marlins Park - Picture: Mark Whitt


Heat, humidity and rain are three factors that plagued fans when they attended Marlins games at Sun Life Stadium. In April 2012, that changed as the Marlins moved into the newest ballpark in baseball. For 18 seasons the Marlins played at the multipurpose Sun Life Stadium, a stadium built primarily for the Miami Dolphins (NFL).

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View of Great American Ball Park, home of the Cincinnati Reds


Along the banks of the Ohio River in downtown Cincinnati sits the second ballpark the Reds have called home and the site of the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. Great American Ball Park is one of the city’s crown jewels as it has revitalized the area along the riverfront and is the home to baseball’s oldest

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View from the upper deck at Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers


With a background that includes swaying palm trees and the San Gabriel Mountains there is no other ballpark that you could be at other than Dodger Stadium. It’s the third oldest ballpark behind Fenway Park and Wrigley Field, but Dodger Stadium looks as if it is one of the newest stadiums in baseball while keeping

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View from the upper deck at Coors Field


Nestled in the streets of downtown Denver is Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies since 1995. For years the City of Denver was the home of two professional sports franchises, the Denver Broncos (NFL) and Denver Nuggets (NBA). By the 1980s the city had grown considerably and wanted a Major League Baseball franchise. In August

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