Take me out to the ball game at the best park in the nation, please! It won’t be a distant trip since it’s right in our own backyard.
Yep, San Diego’s Petco Park ranked number-one out of all 30 MLB stadiums in an article by USA TODAY.
The list’s order was determined by each stadium’s “general atmosphere and design, plus its location, amenities, food, and quirks.”
Petco Park topped the list, and there’s some great reasons as to why, according to writer Andrew Joseph:
“Petco Park is For The Win’s undisputed best ballpark in baseball. Really, it’s great. From the expansive views of the downtown San Diego skyline, to the vast local beer and food options, to the perfect weather, Petco Park is everything MLB teams should want for their ballparks. All that’s missing is a winning team, but we can’t blame the stadium. Petco Park rocks.”
We tend to agree. Who else made the list?
The rest of the top ten includes:
AT&T Park - San Francisco Giants
PNC Park - Pittsburgh Pirates
Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs
Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles Dodgers
Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City Royals
Coors Field - Colorado Rockies
Fenway Park - Boston Red Sox
Target Field - Minnesota Twins
Citi Field - New York Mets
What do you think? Is San Diego’s Petco Park really the best stadium of all?