3 Ball Parks to Visit this Spring

There’s nothing like the winter snow finally melting away and the flowers blooming. The sky isn’t so gloomy and kids can finally play outside again. What better way to celebrate the beginning of spring than with a hotdog, beer and some baseball? Here are the best MLB stadiums to visit this Spring!

Oracle Park

Oracle Park, formerly known as AT&T Park, is one of the most beautiful stadiums on the West Coast. Home to the San Francisco Giants, there’s no other ballpark you can get a hotdog or Thai food within 100 feet of each other.

Overlooking the San Francisco Bay, there’s not a bad seat in the house. Make sure to bring a jacket when you visit because it does tend to get chilly for night games. Don’t let the long line for their world-famous garlic fries deter you, they’re worth the wait!

Yankee Stadium

Being one of the most popular sports franchises in history, it’s no wonder that the New York Yankees would have one of the best stadiums. Arrive to the game early to enjoy batting practice and take a tour of Monument Park, which holds plaques of some of the best Yankees in MLB history.

Rebuilt in 2009, Yankee Stadium holds so much history with a few modern twists. Also known as The House That Ruth Built, this gorgeous stadium has a lot to offer for every type of baseball fan.

Coors Field

Located in the heart of Downtown Denver, the Colorado Rockies have an intimate stadium that makes every fan feel involved with the game. Enjoy some ballpark nachos that come in a batter’s helmet replica. Pick up a souvenir or two at the stadium shop. Coors Field has multiple breweries inside their stadium, and there’s nothing quite like a cold beer to sip on while watching some baseball.