I love “The National Pastime.” I’ve seen a home game in every major league city in America.
On those rare nights when my plane lands in a big city before 6pm, I always check the Major League Baseball schedule. If there’s a home game, you know I’ll be there.
The green grass…the warm summer nights…the cold beer…
…the local twists on stadium junk food.
But every ballpark is different.
Some ballparks don’t sell anything more creative than microwaved hot dogs and Bud Light. If the home team is playing indoors, you can forget about that warm summer breeze.
And guess what? You can’t grow grass indoors either.
One historic ballpark doesn’t even have beer guys, for cripe’s sake! What kind of Communist totalitarian regime doesn’t want to make it easy to sell you a $12 beer??
Well, keep reading and you will find out because this is my countdown of the five WORST Major League Baseball stadiums.
But first, you might want to check out my countdown of the ten BEST ballparks, in my opinion, by clicking here.
Of course, opinions are like, well…
…you know. Let’s just say everyone’s got one.
So before you read my countdown of America’s five worst ballparks, I feel like I owe you a bit of insight into my preferences when it comes to enjoying America’s favorite pastime.