1. Wrigley Field – Chicago Cubs
Wrigley field is the second oldest ballpark in the major leagues and number one on our list. Take a cherished, cozy old park and add $550 million in modernization upgrades and you’ve got a truly spectacular place to watch America’s pastime.
Whether you’re a big-spender shelling out the big bucks to the private club, or partaking on a budget in the outfield bleachers, there’s nothing like a summer day at Wrigley Field. Take a picture in front of the stadium with the iconic red Wrigley sign, check the scores around the league on their human operated scoreboard, and watch long drives get tangled in the ivy on the outfield wall. This is the best baseball has to offer.