Baseball season is back in full swing and if you haven’t been out to the stadium yet make sure you head out to a game/s this summer. In 2018 MLB Stadiums have more to offer than just the baseball. Take a look at some of the highlights for MLB Stadiums in the northeast.
Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia Phillies: Located right next to its other Philadelphia sports team venues the Wells Fargo Center and Lincoln Financial Center. The stadium is not overly large but has a good amount to offer. New for this year at Citizens Bank Park will be a mini field for kids to play on as well as a climbing wall.
PNC Park, Pittsburg Pirates: One of the most scenic stadiums in the league with the Pittsburg skyline in the background of the outfield and the yellow Pittsburg bridges as well. The stadium itself although beautiful is not that big as it is one of the smaller stadiums in the league with just over 38,000 seats.
Camden Yards Baltimore Orioles: Known across the league as one of the nicer parks in the league. In the outfield Camden Yards has a series of restaurants that you can eat at, even on off days. With all they have to offer anybody can find something they like. In the dee outfield over the stands they also have stones on the ground of all the players that have hit homeruns over the seats and into the walking area. Outside the stadium they also have multiple statues that you can take a picture with including Cal Ripken Jr.
Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox: Fenway Park is the oldest stadium in the league and is famous for its 38-foot green monster wall in left field. The seating at Fenway is not good as there are many seats with obstructed viewing and some seats you might actually be stuck behind a pole. The reason you go to Fenway though is not for all the amenities it is for the history and the ball game itself. The park is obviously good enough for Red Sox fans as they pack the stadium game in and game out.
Nationals Park, Washington Nationals: The stadium itself is very pleasant to look at and has different food choices but nothing famous that everyone raves about. One of the most popular things at Nationals Park is the Presidents Race. In between innings there is a race between president mascots that include Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt. The race also sometimes includes Taft, Coolidge and Hoover. The big joke was that Roosevelt could never win the race and it took him seven years to do so.
Yankee: Stadium, New York Yankees: The New Yankee Stadium was built to try and replicate the old one as best it could and it did a good job at that. The stadium itself is huge and has so much history in it. When you go to the Stadium be sure to check out Monument Park where you can see some of the great Yankees history.
Citi Field: Designed off of the Brooklyn Dodgers Stadium Ebbets Field, Citi Field has a very good baseball feel to it and pays tribute to Jackie Robison the moment you walk in with the Jackie Robinson Rotunda. The stadium offers as many food options as and stadium in the league, has a fan fest in center field and has a Mets Hall of Fame that is a must go for any Mets fan.