Major League Ballparks: No. 1 AT&T Park

Major League Ballparks: No. 1 AT&T Park

With Fenway Park celebrating its 100th anniversary and Dodger Stadium its 50th this year, our editor Matt Hurst, who was a baseball beat writer for four seasons in the mid-2000′s, takes a look at the ballparks he’s worked at in his life and ranks them from worst to first. We finish the series with No. 1 – AT&T Park. To see the previously reviewed ballparks, click here. Oh sure, I could easily claim that PacBell AT&T Park holds...

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Major League Ballparks: No. 2 Fenway Park

Major League Ballparks: No. 2 Fenway Park

With Fenway Park celebrating its 100th anniversary and Dodger Stadium its 50th this year, our editor Matt Hurst, who was a baseball beat writer for four seasons in the mid-2000′s, takes a look at the ballparks he’s worked at in his life and ranks them from worst to first. We continue the series with No. 2 – Fenway Park. To see the previously reviewed ballparks, click here. I’ve never been to a European soccer game, but I’d imagine...

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Major League Ballparks: No. 3 Yankee Stadium

Major League Ballparks: No. 3 Yankee Stadium

With Fenway Park celebrating its 100th anniversary and Dodger Stadium its 50th this year, our editor Matt Hurst, who was a baseball beat writer for four seasons in the mid-2000′s, takes a look at the ballparks he’s worked at in his life and ranks them from worst to first. We continue the series with No. 3 – Yankee Stadium. To see the previously reviewed ballparks, click here. The best part of walking through old Yankee Stadium was to be...

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Major League Ballparks: No. 4 Safeco Field

Major League Ballparks: No. 4 Safeco Field

With Fenway Park celebrating its 100th anniversary and Dodger Stadium its 50th this year, our editor Matt Hurst, who was a baseball beat writer for four seasons in the mid-2000′s, takes a look at the ballparks he’s worked at in his life and ranks them from worst to first. We continue the series with No. 4 – Safeco Field. To see the previously reviewed ballparks, click here. Only once in all the times I’ve been to Seattle did it rain....

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Major League Ballparks: No. 5 Camden Yards

Major League Ballparks: No. 5 Camden Yards

With Fenway Park celebrating its 100th anniversary and Dodger Stadium its 50th this year, our editor Matt Hurst, who was a baseball beat writer for four seasons in the mid-2000′s, takes a look at the ballparks he’s worked at in his life and ranks them from worst to first. We continue the series with No. 5 – Camden Yards. To see the previously reviewed ballparks, click here. Camden Yards is held in high esteem in baseball circles and...

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Major League Ballparks: No. 6 Angel Stadium

Major League Ballparks: No. 6 Angel Stadium

With Fenway Park celebrating its 100th anniversary and Dodger Stadium its 50th this year, our editor Matt Hurst, who was a baseball beat writer for four seasons in the mid-2000′s, takes a look at the ballparks he’s worked at in his life and ranks them from worst to first. We continue the series with No. 6 – Angel Stadium. To see the previously reviewed ballparks, click here. I was fortunate. Not many baseball beat writers get to work...

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