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Rating each of the major league ballparks

Rating each of the major league ballparks

The San Francisco Giants trail the Dodgers in the National League West standings, but they are second to none in one category: home ballpark. According to Los Angeles Times sportswriters Kevin Baxter, Mike DiGiovanna, Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin, Dodger Stadium and Angel Stadium fared well in our poll of Major League Baseball ballparks, but couldn't quite keep pace with some of the game's newer stadiums — and one recently renovated oldie but goodie. Here is a list of the top ballparks overall, and a 1-15 ranking in each league:


1. San Francisco, AT&T Park: Home team, Giants. Capacity, 41,600. Opened, April 11, 2000. Cost, $255...

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