All Major League Baseball stadiums have their own sets of appeal and charm—whether the history of Wrigley Field or the beauty of a new building like Target Field.
The debate as to what stadium is the greatest in the league is one that has raged on for many decades, and I would imagine that it will not be dying down any time soon.
What I wanted to do was to attack this argument from a different angle—taking the actual stadium itself out of the conversation.
This list will instead focus on some of the more awe-inspiring, historically significant, or simply well-known surroundings of the league’s ballparks.
There will be individual streets, natural and man-made entities, skylines, and other factors taken into account here, and all readers are encouraged to add other examples that they wish had been included.
I hope that you enjoy the slideshow, and let's now start counting down the Top 15: