28. Rogers Centre – Toronto Blue Jays
Rogers Centre was state of the art when it first opened in 1989. The climate on the lake in Toronto necessitated the retractable roof. Unlike the dome in Tampa, the roof allows the elements to creep in to the building when the weather is pleasant.
Other than the roof, Rogers Centre is very outdated and in desperate need of an upgrade. It’s obvious, with all the concrete and low-grade field turf that the building is 30 years old. Even game changers sometimes need to be retired, and the Blue Jays would be wise to start thinking about a new home.