EAST COAST BASEBALL STADIUMS
FENWAY PARK - BOSTON RED SOX
Fenway is the oldest and most intimate ballpark in the majors. In left field sits the park’s most famous attribute, the green monster. Yawkey Way is one of the most enamoring parts about Fenway as you can go there during the game to see all the special street banners, vendors, and gift shops.
YANKEE STADIUM - NEW YORK YANKEES
After “The House That Ruth Built” was torn down, the Yankees rebuilt an architectural masterpiece in the New Yankee Stadium. The biggest highlight of this park is Monument Park in center field which is open to fans before each home game.
CITI FIELD - NEW YORK METS
Take the 7 train to Mets/Willets Point Station and you'll end up on the steps of Citi Field and Flushing Meadows where the US Open is held! The Mets opened at the new field in 2009 where you’ll find the Mets Hall of Fame inside with items from Shea Stadium plus past and current players.
CITIZENS BANK PARK - PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES
Citizens Bank Park has one of the most fan interactive atmosphere's in the league, from the outside to inside. From rooftop seats on Ashburn Alley to the vegetarian food options, fans can find just what they're looking for. It's also a great park for kids and has multiple "Phanatic" opportunities for kids to run, jump and interact with the team.
CAMDEN YARDS - BALTIMORE ORIOLES
Located in downtown Baltimore, Oriole Park is a baseball-only facility and home to the Orioles since 1992. This urban ballpark serves as an integral part of the neighborhoods surrounding it. "The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball" seats more than 45,000 fans and has many fan-friendly attributes including picnic and fan areas where Oriole fans can enjoy their favorite team.
NATIONALS PARK - WASHINGTON NATIONALS
Enjoy a night game at Nationals Park and you'll see the Capitol in the distance. Located in Southeast DC, this 41,000 seat venue is built below street level which means more than half of the fans will never climb a stair to get to their seat.