• I like Turner Field, the Atlanta Braves baseball stadium, because that is the one I frequent the most. But, the best park I have been to is PNC Park in Pittsburgh. There is not a bad seat in the place.
  • Orioles Park at Camden Yards
  • While it certainly not the nicest by any means, Candlestick Park in San Francisco is my favorite stadium. I have seen many 49ers and Giants games there and it brings back so many childhood memories for me.
  • St.Louis baseball stadium home of the Cardnals.
  • Lambeau Field home of the Green Bay Packers
  • My favorite (and anyone else's who is not TOTALLY INSANE) is Fenway Park in Boston.
  • I've grown up in St. Louis, and have always been a Cardinals fan. I love the new Busch Stadium as much if not more than the old one. Can't wait to get to a game this season!
  • Lambeau Field and Miller park because my favorite teams play there and they are really nice stadiums.
  • It's a tie for me. You can't beat tailgating at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, but you also can't beat a Saints game in the Superdome.
  • Soccer: Camp Nou (meaning: New Field) in Barcelona, Spain. Baseball: I've never been there, but the San Francisco Giants AT&T park is beautiful and the fact that it borders a body of water makes it even more unique.
  • San Francisco Giants(Candlestick Park, now known as Pacific Bell Park) and Oakland A's, Oakland Stadium.
  • Giants Stadium... I live about 15 minutes from it... and it is always a good time.
  • Can't comment on current ones. But I have a book on the history (naturally) of old ballparks that are no longer around. My vote would be for Ebbets Field.
  • Best major league baseball stadium I've been to: Camden Yards. Best minor league baseball stadium I've been to: Durham, NC. Best football stadium I've seen a game at: Soldier Field, Chicago. Best hockey/basketball arena I've been to: Madison Square garden.
  • Yankee Stadium:(
  • Being from Brooklyn and a Mets fan, I love Shea Stadium...while not state of the art, I saw my first game there in 1968, attended Game 7 of the 1986 World Series (happy!) and Game 5 of the 2000 World Series (sad!)...lots of memories, and I'll be very sad to see it torn down after this season...

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