America's Best Baseball Stadiums

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

AT&T Park: San Francisco Giants

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The City by the Bay got an award-winning waterfront ballpark in 2000, witnessed some of outfielder Barry Bonds's record-setting home runs, and hosted World Series games in 2010, 2012, and 2014. Fans can also cheer about the wine list sourced from nearby vineyards. Fans hoping to fish out long balls that splash into McCovey Cove (named in honor of Giants slugger Willie McCovey) station themselves in kayaks just outside the stadium. Others scope out park attractions like the Coca-Cola Fan Lot, with its 26-foot-high by 30-foot-wide baseball glove; four twisty slides; and Little Giants Park, a kid-size replica. No tickets? Head to the south side right field wall for a free glimpse of the action through one of the four portholes.

America's Best Baseball Stadiums

AT&T Park: San Francisco Giants

The City by the Bay got an award-winning waterfront ballpark in 2000, witnessed some of outfielder Barry Bonds's record-setting home runs, and hosted World Series games in 2010, 2012, and 2014. Fans can also cheer about the wine list sourced from nearby vineyards. Fans hoping to fish out long balls that splash into McCovey Cove (named in honor of Giants slugger Willie McCovey) station themselves in kayaks just outside the stadium. Others scope out park attractions like the Coca-Cola Fan Lot, with its 26-foot-high by 30-foot-wide baseball glove; four twisty slides; and Little Giants Park, a kid-size replica. No tickets? Head to the south side right field wall for a free glimpse of the action through one of the four portholes.

© Ron Niebrugge / Alamy Stock Photo
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