Top 7: The Best and More Forgotten Ballparks in America

Sure, we know you can give us Fenway Park. Wrigley. Even the newest Yankee Stadium. Camden Yards. Yea, they’re all classics.

We know Toronto sucks. Tampa, too. Florida used to.

But, what about the best ballparks you forget to mention? What about the ballparks your mother doesn’t know about, or that your girlfriend doesn’t care about? (*Unless she’s a tomboy. In which case, good on you, sir.) You always know about them. They’re obvious choices. Of course Orange County and San Fran would be beautiful spots to watch a ballgame, right? But, what about Milwaukee? Pittsburgh? Detroit?

America’s blue collar havens have re-invented themselves as trendy live baseball meccas.

Here are the Top 7 Best and More Forgotten Ballparks in America, in no particular order…

Miller Park

Milwaukee – “Red, White, and Baseball” (August 15, 2009)

Angel Stadium

Anaheim – “Red, White, and Baseball” (September 11, 2009)

AT&T Park

San Francisco – “Red, White, and Baseball” (September 2, 2009)

Comerica Park

Detroit – “Red, White, and Baseball” (August 14, 2009)

Safeco Field

Petco Park

San Diego – “Red, White, and Baseball” (September 21, 2009)

PNC Park

Pittsburgh – “Red, White, and Baseball” (August 20, 2009)