Fenway and Wrigley are the two most iconic baseball parks in Major League Baseball today. They are so iconic that just saying their first name, you automatically know which stadiums they are and who plays in them, unlike Minute Maid or Petco Park, which could have you guessing, even for just a second.
Baseball stadiums are the key to America's past time. They are some of the most beautiful and unique parks in all of professional sports. Each stadium has their own unique identity, and in some way, each stadium has one iconic image. The warehouse out in right fight in Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles, or The Green Monster in Fenway. The Ivy of Wrigley. The giant Coca-Cola bottle and baseball glove at AT&T Park, home of the World Series Champs, San Francisco Giants.
Then, there are also ball parks like the following five listed. These, in my opinion, are the five worst ball parks in all of Major League Baseball, with explanation.