7 Modifications That Would Make Mediocre MLB Ballparks Far Better

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7 Modifications That Would Make Mediocre MLB Ballparks Far Better
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Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays

There are few other places on Earth I can classify as havens other than MLB ballparks. The sights, the sounds and the smells are all experiences I cherish each time I set foot in any ballpark around the country.

From my first experience at a professional baseball game to my most recent game attended, I still receive a childlike thrill each time the field comes into view.

There are the classic stadiums of Fenway Park and Wrigley Field, the well-aged Kauffman Stadium and Dodger Stadium as well as modern marvels such as Miller Park and Citi Field. 

All 30 MLB ballparks can't be favorites, though. In some cases, a stadium may not seem worthy of the team it houses and vice versa (i.e. the Miami Marlins and their brand new park). That's where our outside-the-box thinking comes in.

Taking a look at the physical amenities of each ballpark, here are seven constructive criticisms to improve those that are not (and will never be) a wonder of the world.

 

H/t to Baseballparks.com

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