Ive had the good fortune of being able to visit probably 75% of all the current MLB stadiums....most more than once
Will touch a just a few of the good, bad and ugly.
Best of the Best
AT&T Park - Cant say enough good things about it, maybe the perfect ballpark in a fantastic city.
PNC Park - Just a beautiful park, though when I was there, might have been 7-8000 people in the stands which added a touch of sadness for a place so nice.
Safeco Field - My affinity for Seattle as a whole may bump this park up, but maybe the best mix of stadium, fans, food and frosty beverages
Dodger Stadium- For a joint thats 50 years old it wears its age well....very well. Now if they could only do something about the traffic patterns
Miller Park- Aesthetically, only so so...but the atmosphere is so great were going up there for my bachelor party weekend when the Reds visit in August.
Just Off The Pace
Petco Park - Has improved tremendously since opening in 03' and it was pretty sweet then.
Camden Yards - The Grande Dame of Retro Parks is still near the top of the list.
US Cellular- Yes, seriously.... we all know the surroundings arent great but that ballpark as a whole is leaps and bounds better now than when I originally went in 95.
Not worth the time
Tropicana Field-One word....blech.
Turner Field- Liked it when it opened, hated it when I went back in 2011.
Against Popular Opinion
Fenway- Loved everything about it except the seating...for someone 6'4 not a pleasant experience. Next time..Monstah Seats, dont care what they cost.
Wrigley- Its quaint but sometime quaint bites you in the butt....1 restroom for the whole 2nd level.....yowza.
As far as GABP....nice but nothing special, but yet in its own unique way, perfect for Cincinnati.