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Ranking them all

Your webmaster ranks all 30 big league parks

For the past couple of years, I've maintained a ranking of the 30 MLB parks. Then USA Today asked me to write an article on how I prepared my list. They also wanted me to take a fresh look at my 1-to-30 ranking. They then printed all of this in their 2013 Baseball Annual magazine.

Therefore, I thought it would be appropriate to modify the list here on Baseballparks.com to match what appeared in the magazine. That is the list you see below. By the way, the name of each park is a link to our Photo Album page for that facility.

No doubt, any ranking I do will stir up some controversy ... so feel free to make comments in the space below the list to tell me how I'm all wrong. Before you do, though, keep in mind I haven't just read about the 30 parks currently in Major League Baseball. I've attended multiple games at every one of the 30, photographing all aspects of them. I think I've done my homework to be able to make some valid comparisons.

And it was indeed a pleasure removing Sun Life Stadium from the list (it was my bottom dweller through 2011), replacing it with the far-more-impressive new Marlins Park in 2012 .

  1. Wrigley Field  Among pre-'90s parks, it's number one out of seven -- see my article on Wrigley that appeared in Sports Weekly here

  2. PNC Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number one out of 23

  3. AT&T Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number two out of 23

  4. Kauffman Stadium  Among pre-'90s parks, it's number two out of seven

  5. Fenway Park  Among pre-'90s parks, it's number three out of seven

  6. Coors Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number three out of 23

  7. Citi Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number four out of 23

  8. Petco Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number five out of 23

  9. Oriole Park at Camden Yards  Among parks built since 1990, it's number six out of 23

  10. Marlins Park   Among parks built since 1990, it's number seven out of 23

  11. Target Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number eight out of 23

  12. Dodger Stadium  Among pre-'90s parks, it's number four out of seven

  13. Busch Stadium  Among parks built since 1990, it's number nine out of 23

  14. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington  Among parks built since 1990, it's number ten out of 23

  15. Safeco Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 11 out of 23

  16. Nationals Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 12 out of 23

  17. Yankee Stadium  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 13 out of 23

  18. Citizens Bank Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 14 out of 23

  19. Comerica Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 15 out of 23

  20. Miller Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 16 out of 23

  21. Progressive Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 17 out of 23

  22. Turner Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 18 out of 23

  23. Rogers Centre  Among pre-'90s parks, it's number five out of seven

  24. Angel Stadium of Anaheim  Among pre-'90s parks, it's number six out of seven

  25. US Cellular Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 19 out of 23

  26. Great American Ball Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 20 out of 23

  27. Minute Maid Park  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 21 out of 23

  28. Chase Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 22 out of 23

  29. O.co Coliseum  Among pre-'90s parks, it's number seven out of seven

  30. Tropicana Field  Among parks built since 1990, it's number 23 out of 23

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