It’s Baseball Season, So Here Are Four Must-Visit Parks in the United States

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Ah, summer. The hot weather and long days mean that it’s time for baseball games to be played in the United States.

America’s national pastime isn’t just a sport. It’s a community experience where family and friends gather to spend a warm evening together outside, eating, drinking, and watching a game.

If you want to check out this sport, here are four stadiums that you must visit.

Fenway Park: Boston, Massachusetts

The oldest MLB stadium currently in use is Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Any baseball fan must see a game here due to its fantastic gameday atmosphere and the grandeur of the Green Monster, a massive 37-foot high fall that dominates left field.

Oracle Park: San Francisco, California

Located right next to San Francisco Bay, this 21st-century park that plays host to the San Francisco Giants is a beauty. You can watch the sun set over McCovey Cove and marvel at the most gorgeous backdrop in baseball here.

PNC Park: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

If you’ve ever wondered what it’d be like if Gotham City had a team, go to the Pittsburgh Pirates’ home. Pittsburgh’s known as the Steel City, and it’s grey, jaw-dropping skyline is a sight to behold.

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Wrigley Field: Chicago, Illinois

Recently renovated, the gameday experience at America’s second-oldest park is top-notch. Sitting in the bleachers at Wrigley on a summer afternoon with a cold beer in your hand is about as sublime as it gets.