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Wrigley Field

Home of the Chicago Cubs.

Thomas J Carothers
Located on the north side of Chicago and serving as home to the Chicago Cubs for more than 100 years, Wrigley Field remains one of the top ballpark attractions in all of Major League Baseball. Among its charms are the ivy on the outfield walls and the most famous of all seventh-inning stretch sing-alongs. Wrigley Field began undergoing a series of renovations in 2014 to ensure its viability for years to come.

Dodger Stadium

Home of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Thomas J Carothers
Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers since 1962, was so expertly built and ahead of its time, that it remains one of the top ballparks in Major League Baseball to this day -- despite remaining much as it was on the day it opened. It is often said that the

Target Field

Target Field

Home of the Minnesota Twins.

Thomas J Carothers
Opened in 2010, Target Field is one of the newest ballparks in Major League Baseball. Target Field uses many of the architectural advancements developed in ballparks built over the previous two decades. Built onto a much smaller footprint than most other recent stadiums, Target Field is a very compact and intimate park where fans are able to catch a great view of the game from just about any vantage point.

AT&T Park

Home of the San Francisco Giants.

Thomas J Carothers
Located on the waterfront in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, AT&T Park has hosted the San Francisco Giants since 2000. One of the most picturesque stadiums in all of Major League Baseball, this gem of a park is perhaps best known for home runs that -- if hit far enough -- land in the water of the bay that sits behind the right field wall.

PETCO Park

PETCO Park

Home of the San Diego Padres.

Thomas J Carothers
Like the Pirates, the San Diego Padres also played in one of the ugly, multi-purpose stadiums built in the 70s, before moving to their sparkling new home in 2004. Like Camden Yards in Baltimore, Petco Park makes use of existing architecture (in this case, the historically-protected Western Metal Supply Co. building) as part of its design.

PNC Park

PNC Park

Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Thomas J Carothers
For more than three decades, the Pittsburgh Pirates played in one of the ugliest stadiums in Major League Baseball -- Three Rivers Stadium -- before moving into PNC Park in 2001. The stadium is widely regarded as one of the top ballparks in the league -- featuring simple, yet elegant architecture, waterfront location, and a stunning view of downtown Pittsburgh.
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