A stadium. A coliseum that houses what is a major league franchise. To baseball fans, these may be known as "fields" or "ballparks" even.
In baseball's illustrious history, these cathedrals have served as the ghost writers of some of the greatest books (including record books) ever written.
Different in size, different in shape. Some luxurious, others barely sporting enough bleachers. Some famous, others not so much. Yet these buildings have changed the game in a dramatic way.
To be on this list, each stadium's individual history was looked at. This includes their respective team(s)'s success, how long they existed, and the impact it had on the game itself.
These are the "Top 10 Stadiums That Changed Baseball."
UPDATE** FOR SOME REASON, BLEACHER REPORT IS NOT SHOWING NUMBER ONE FOR SOME PEOPLE. NUMBER ONE IS NOT FENWAY. IF YOU CANNOT SEE WHAT NUMBER ONE IS, LOOK IN THE COMMENTS.
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