5 MLB Ballparks That Are Ready to Be Torn Down

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5 MLB Ballparks That Are Ready to Be Torn Down
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With the World Series just recently in our rear-view mirrors it's hard to believe that we're just over three months away from MLB teams returning to spring training.

Along with the return of spring training will ultimately come the return of game-day experiences for millions of fans all over the country, though it's hard to deny that the experiences will be better for some fans than others.

The emergence of new stadiums in the past 10 years has set the bar high for teams with aging ballparks; new technologies are a part of life for all of us, and game-day experience means far more than just what's on the field.

The ballparks listed here aren't necessarily the worst in the league, but they certainly need more help than others when it comes to functionality and fan-friendliness.

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