MLB Road Trip: Baseball's 10 Best Cities to Watch a Game

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MLB Road Trip: Baseball's 10 Best Cities to Watch a Game

One of the most fantastic things about baseball, to me, is how unique each ballpark is.

No park in the majors has the same dimensions as another. The distance from home to left, the height of the wall in center and the amount of foul territory are all different from city to city.

Please note: I'm leaving out the big ones that everyone knows about, such as Fenway, Yankee Stadium and Wrigley. Those are must-see venues in your lifetime if you're a huge baseball fan. I got to see a game at old Yankee Stadium and it was one of the best baseball experiences in my life. This list is not meant to slight those places, but instead to tell you about some of the other great parks in the country.

If you've got some time to blow this summer, perhaps consider a road trip to see some of the gems of the game.

Here's a look at some of the best stadiums to visit, starting in the Emerald City.

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