Which Ballparks have you watched a game at?

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While on vacation in Florida, I watched the Braves play the Marlins at LoanDepot Park in Miami. It was a very nice ballpark with a lot of good food! The seats are inexpensive and got seats in the Humana Cabana Club with private entrance, private bar, private restrooms, and padded seats at field level next to Marlins dugout.

Most games has definitely been at SafeCo Field/T-Mobile Park. Another very nice ballpark and my favorite so far. Good food and a lot of fun areas to watch the game. I had a suite one time (suite #51, Ichiro's number!), but usually in either the 200 level (exclusive to those with those seats and suites), the Hit it Here Cafe (both inside and outside), but I also have enjoyed being in the 100 level near their RF foul pole. The 'Pen is another fun place to watch relievers warm-up and it has become very much like a club scene down there.

I have also been to Dodger Stadium and Angel Stadium growing up in southern California. I took a spontaneous trip to Oakland to watch a M's vs A's game once and that is definitely the worst MLB ballpark! I have also been to Turner Field to watch a Braves game in the 1998 season.

The day I graduated the Navy's boot camp, I went to Wrigley Field. Unfortunately there was no game that day so I was only able to see it from the outside.

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  • Camden Yards more times than I can count. My father ran into Brooks Robinson going to the concession stand and told me he was nice and down to earth.
  • PNC Park. Wonderful stadium
  • Nationals Park. Got to see Adam Jones hit an inside the park home run.
  • Fenway. It was okay. It was on my bucket list of stadiums to see.
  • Progressive Field.
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Progressive, Comerica, and GABP. PNC is definitely next on my list and I have a friend that lives in St. Louis so I'll probably catch a game at Busch sometime soon

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@raylewissb47_psn said in Which Ballparks have you watched a game at?:

  • Camden Yards more times than I can count. My father ran into Brooks Robinson going to the concession stand and told me he was nice and down to earth.
  • PNC Park. Wonderful stadium
  • Nationals Park. Got to see Adam Jones hit an inside the park home run.
  • Fenway. It was okay. It was on my bucket list of stadiums to see.
  • Progressive Field.

I lived a couple years in Annapolis and never went an O's and moved just before the Nats came to town. Wish I did go see Camden Yards and the plaque on the warehouse where Ken Griffey Jr. (my favorite ballplayer since childhood) hit a 465' HR during the 1993 HRD. T-Mobile Park has a plaque in the visitor's bullpen where Cal Ripken Jr. hit his last ASG HR. PNC and Fenway are at the top of my list of ballparks to visit and Progressive Field would be fun as well.

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@the_dragon1912 said in Which Ballparks have you watched a game at?:

Progressive, Comerica, and GABP. PNC is definitely next on my list and I have a friend that lives in St. Louis so I'll probably catch a game at Busch sometime soon

Busch Stadium is another I would like to visit. I have seen it while driving down I-64 but would definitely like to watch a game there. PNC is one of the top ballparks I want to see. Progressive, Comerica, and GABP would also be nice as well.

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Target Field and Metrodome more times than I can count. Coors Field several times. The old Ballpark in Arlington many times. Also, Dodger Stadium, Angel Stadium, Fenway, Wrigley a few times, old Yankee Stadium, Camden Yards, Kauffman stadium, Busch Stadium, Miller Park, Petco Park, a few of the Arizona Sprung training spots and parked in Astrodome parking (to visit the Six Flags next door, ha).

An addendum: Yes I live in Minnesota (not a Twins fan) but Target field is wonderful. Might be bias as Rockies fan, but Coors is so good, perhaps underrated. Those evening skies are awesome. Camden and Petco are cool. Fenway and Wrigley aren’t what you’d consider nice, but inside and outside it’s a party and good time. Old Yankee Stadium was small, especially the concourses, etc.

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I've been to Comerica Park in Detroit, Oracle Park in San Francisco and the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland.

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Citizen's Bank Park
Rogers Centre
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Yankee Stadium 2.0
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Tropicana Field
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Petco Park
I'm Still Calling It Marlins Park
I'm Still Calling It SunTrust Park
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The Kingdome. Safeco/T-Mobile park. Wrigley.

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Skydome/Roger's center and Exihibition stadium in Toronto, Olympic stadium in Montreal, old tigers stadium and the old Cleveland stadium.