MIDWEST BASEBALL STADIUMS
Wrigley Field - Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field is the second oldest park throughout the majors, opening in 1914, two years after Fenway Park. The ballpark is known for it's distinct features like ivy on the outfield fence, bullpens along the foul lines and a new suite level that was just added. Wrigleyville, the neighborhood around Wrigley Field, is known for the great atmosphere that accompanies Cubs games. Grab a beer, a Chicago dog or a new Cubs shirts at one of the many great stores around the ballpark!
Target Field - Minnesota Twins
In 2014, ESPN Magazine ranked Target Field as the #1 fan experience in all of major league sports. Located in downtown Minneapolis, the Twins debuted this limestone stadium in 2010 after spending 28 seasons in the Hubert Humphrey Metrodome. Target Field can seat more than 39,000 fans and also hosted the 2014 MLB All-Star Game.
Busch Stadium - St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis is a great atmosphere for all ages. The Cardinals became the first team in nearly 100 years to win the World Series in their stadium’s inaugural season in 2006. The Ballpark Village outside the stadium has become one of its greatest attractions with activities for fans of all ages.
US Cellular Field - Chicago White Sox
Comiskey Park had been home to the White Sox since 1910 until the new Comiskey Park was built and opened in 1991 and renamed US Cellular Field in January 2003. Experience the unique tastes of elotés or corn off the cob as well as tater tot nachos and a bacon cheddar pretzel dog.
Miller Park - Milwaukee Brewers
Miller Park features North America's only fan-shaped convertible roof with large panes of glass allow natural grass to grow, giving the park an intimate, outdoor feel. The Brewers are also known for their many food and drink options ranging from a baked potato bar and cinnamon roasted peanuts to a variety of craft beers. Bernie’s slide in left-center field is this park’s most unique attraction. And don't miss the running of the sausages in the 6th inning!
Kauffman Stadium - Kansas City Royals
Kauffman Stadium is part of the Truman Sports Complex which holds Arrowhead Stadium, home of the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. In 2009, the Royals reduced the seating capacity of the park to around 38,000 to widen the concourses as well as adding fountain view terraces in the outfield.