America's Best Baseball Stadiums

The best baseball stadiums bring their A-game all season with regional food, great sightlines, and plenty of traditions.

Wrigley Field: Chicago Cubs

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Wrigley Field is built on holy ground—a former seminary, to be precise, though America’s second-oldest ballpark is pretty sacred in its own right. The original scoreboard is still hand-operated and the iconic ivy on the outfield wall grows so thick that balls can get lost in the foliage. New traditions are embraced with zeal. Bill Murray and Ozzy Osbourne are among those who've seized the microphone for unconventional takes on “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” Sure, the Cubs may not have won a championship since 1908, but the fan camaraderie is unmistakable. Wrigleyville prides itself with neighborhood-wide parties. The stadium is currently in the midst of a multi-year renovation project, which includes a new jumbotron, expanded bleachers, and upgraded player facilities.

chicago.cubs.mlb.com

America's Best Baseball Stadiums

Wrigley Field: Chicago Cubs

Wrigley Field is built on holy ground—a former seminary, to be precise, though America’s second-oldest ballpark is pretty sacred in its own right. The original scoreboard is still hand-operated and the iconic ivy on the outfield wall grows so thick that balls can get lost in the foliage. New traditions are embraced with zeal. Bill Murray and Ozzy Osbourne are among those who've seized the microphone for unconventional takes on “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” Sure, the Cubs may not have won a championship since 1908, but the fan camaraderie is unmistakable. Wrigleyville prides itself with neighborhood-wide parties. The stadium is currently in the midst of a multi-year renovation project, which includes a new jumbotron, expanded bleachers, and upgraded player facilities.

chicago.cubs.mlb.com

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