All 30 MLB Stadiums, Ranked First to Worst

Jon and Kara at Coors FieldEarlier this year Kara and I were able to complete our bucket list of visiting all 30 MLB stadiums before turning 30. What an incredible adventure! We’re talking about developing an eBook for future MLB ballpark chasers with info on the best restaurants in and around each ballpark, parking and transportation suggestions, tourist tips, and lots of other good info.

As part of our “30 before 30” MLB Tour, we developed a seven category ranking system to accurately rate and rank each MLB based on our experience. The rankings may change moving forward as new stadiums are built, environments change, and team dynamics are affected. For now though, this is our list of all 30 MLB stadiums ranked first to worst. Enjoy!

  1. AT&T Park – San Francisco Giants
  2. Turner Field – Atlanta Braves
  3. Nationals Park – Washington Nationals
  4. Busch Stadium – St. Louis Cardinals
  5. Fenway Park – Boston Red Sox
  6. Coors Field – Colorado Rockies
  7. Oriole Park @ Camden Yards – Baltimore Orioles
  8. Miller Park – Milwaukee Brewers
  9. Globe Life Park – Texas Rangers
  10. PNC Park – Pittsburgh Pirates
  11. Angel Stadium – Los Angeles Angels
  12. Chase Field – Arizona Diamondbacks
  13. Rogers Centre – Toronto Blue Jays
  14. Minute Maid Park – Houston Astros
  15. Target Field – Minnesota Twins
  16. Yankees Stadium – New York Yankees
  17. Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia Phillies
  18. Marlins Park – Miami Marlins
  19. Comerica Park – Detroit Tigers
  20. Petco Park – San Diego Padres
  21. Great American Ballpark – Cincinnati Reds
  22. U.S. Cellular Field – Chicago White Sox
  23. Kauffmann Stadium – Kansas City Royals
  24. Citi Field – New York Mets
  25. Safeco Field – Seattle Mariners
  26. Wrigley Field – Chicago Cubs
  27. Progressive Field – Cleveland Indians
  28. Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles Dodgers
  29. Tropicana Field – Tampa Bay Rays
  30. Coliseum – Oakland Athletics
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