A look at all the MLB Stadiums. Last season at 72,670,423 fans headed out to MLB Ballparks around the country, which averages out to 30,000 fans game at each MLB stadium.
Currently, there are 30 MLB Stadiums in use in the United States.
The newest Major League Baseball stadium is home to the Atlanta Braves "SunTrust Park" in Cumberland, Georgia. The Stadium opened on March 31, 2017; the 41,149 capacity stadium cost $622 million to build.
Fenway Park in Boston Massachusetts, which is the home of the Boston Red Sox, is the oldest MLB ballpark still in operation. Fenway Park opened on April 20, 1912 and cost $650,000 to build (roughly 17 million in today's dollars.)
The current home of the Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field is the only MLB Stadium to have a pool. Chase Field not only has a pool it also has a jacuzzi. Both the pool and jacuzzi at Chase Feild in right-center field and it can sit 35 fans.
The Colorado Rockies home field Coors field has always been at the top baseball stadium for hitters. Home Runs at Coors Filed travel farther due to its high altitude. Coors also has a vast outfield which enables hitters to put more balls in play increasing their batting average.
Currently, only six MLB ballparks have retractable roofs. The Rogers Centre in Toronto (Toronto Blue Jays), Safeco Park in Seattle (Seattle Mariners) Chase Field in Arizona (Arizona Diamondbacks) Minute Maid Park in Houston (Houston Astros), and Miller Park in Milwaukee (Milwaukee Brewers).
While this is open to interpretation the best MLB Stadium on numerous top 10 lists is the San Diego Padres "Petco Park." Petco Park has stunning views of downtown San Diego Skyline, perfect weather all season long, lots of local beer and food options. The only thing missing is a World Series trophy as the San Diego Padres lost their just two appearances in the World Series in 1984 and 1998.
Although a bad day at a baseball stadium is better than a good day at the office, the Oakland A's Oakland Alameda Coliseum is usually on fans list as the worst MLB Stadium. The Stadium has a lackluster cold, grey appearance as well as reported sewage leaks in the clubhouse. You will find the entire top deck empty for numerous games throughout the MLB season.