When it comes to Major League Baseball's ballparks, there are some that are absolutely stunning examples of pristine fields of play.
Others are not so lucky. Not necessarily for reasons that might come across as the most obvious.
In an effort to put together a list of the "scariest" ballparks in Major League Baseball, one must first examine how the term "scary" can translate into baseball as a whole.
Initially, I took to Twitter, asking current and former ballplayers to give me their top three scariest ballparks in baseball.
From that experiment, Alex Cora advised me that the old County Stadium in Milwaukee had a scary visitors clubhouse.
Trevor Bauer made it known that no ballparks scare him.
How then, could a ballpark come across as scary for a player to actually play in?
Now, please be aware, this list is for fun. There is in no way that a professional ballplayer actually is scared to play anywhere.
That said, here is a look at what can be considered the 10 scariest ballparks in all of Major League Baseball.