America's Best Baseball Stadiums

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

Fenway Park: Boston Red Sox

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As historic as the city of Boston, the Green Monster celebrated its 100th season in 2012 and remains much as it did when it opened. You don’t need to be a die-hard Red Sox fan to appreciate its original architecture, the hand-operated scoreboard, and the red-painted seat in the right-field bleachers that marks Fenway’s longest measurable homer (hit by Ted Williams in 1946). Whether you’re singing “Sweet Caroline” or downing a pitcher at the nearby Cask 'n Flagon on Lansdowne Street, you’re cementing its legacy.

America's Best Baseball Stadiums

Fenway Park: Boston Red Sox

As historic as the city of Boston, the Green Monster celebrated its 100th season in 2012 and remains much as it did when it opened. You don’t need to be a die-hard Red Sox fan to appreciate its original architecture, the hand-operated scoreboard, and the red-painted seat in the right-field bleachers that marks Fenway’s longest measurable homer (hit by Ted Williams in 1946). Whether you’re singing “Sweet Caroline” or downing a pitcher at the nearby Cask 'n Flagon on Lansdowne Street, you’re cementing its legacy.

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