10 Best MLB Stadiums For Fans

With the 2016 baseball season in full swing, the staff at iFolloSports.com decided to rank what we believe to be the 10 best MLB stadiums to see a game at. Check out our list, positioned from 10 to 1, and let us know what you think of our rankings. 

9. Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles Dodgers  

Opened in 1962, the iconic West Coast venue is the third oldest park in baseball. The massive facility does not possess as many frills as new, more modern parks. As a result, its classic feel very much remains in tact. The stadium has received a series of renovations in recent years, but Dodger Stadium is still about watching baseball above anything else. One the stadium’s most unique attributes involves its setting in picturesque Chavez Ravine, just outside downtown LA. Immediately behind the outfield walls is a nearby hillside, with the San Gabriel Mountains present in the distance. The great Southern California weather adds to Dodger Stadium being an outstanding place to see a game.

9. Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles Dodgers  

Opened in 1962, the iconic West Coast venue is the third oldest park in baseball. The massive facility does not possess as many frills as new, more modern parks. As a result, its classic feel very much remains in tact. The stadium has received a series of renovations in recent years, but Dodger Stadium is still about watching baseball above anything else. One the stadium’s most unique attributes involves its setting in picturesque Chavez Ravine, just outside downtown LA. Immediately behind the outfield walls is a nearby hillside, with the San Gabriel Mountains present in the distance. The great Southern California weather adds to Dodger Stadium being an outstanding place to see a game.