There has been a renaissance in ballpark architecture since Camden Yards opened in Baltimore in 1992. Some classics built before the "Concrete UFO era" of ballpark building still remain and are in use today. Here are some of the finest parks in which to watch a baseball game today.
One of the oldest teams in all of Major League Baseball, the Chicago Cubs have had some marvelous players don their uniform over the years. Here are a few of the very best.
The Minnesota Twins have had many noteworthy players don their uniform since the team came into existence in 1961 following the move of the Washington Senators to the Twin Cities. Here are but a few of them.
Ron Santo is hands-down the greatest third baseman in Chicago Cubs history and was one of the great team ambassadors during and after his playing days.
A look at the statistics, highlights and a look at the life and death of Minnesota Twins outfielder Kirby Puckett.
Wrigley Field is one of the oldest and most beautiful ballparks in Major League Baseball.
The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, located in downtown Minneapolis, Minn., was the epicenter of Minnesota sports form 1982 until 2013.
Kent Hrbek may not have had the greatest statistics, but his penchant for a clutch play and his larger-than-life personality certainly made him a hometown hero during his career with the Minnesota Twins.
Fran Tarkenton remains the greatest quarterback in the history of the Minnesota Vikings. He led the team to three of its four Super Bowls and helped put his stamp on the quarterback position.
Metropolitan Stadium was the epicenter of Minnesota sports from its inception as a minor-league baseball park in 1956 until its final day as a football stadium for the Minnesota Vikings in 1981. The Mall of America currently stands on the former site of the stadium.