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Top 10 MLB Ballpark Fun Facts

Baseball season isn't just about the game, it's about the experience. And the ballpark is a huge part of that. 

We put together fun facts about the top 10 MLB ballparks to improve your experience:

10. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles Dodgers

Other than being a beautiful ballpark, Dodger Stadium has showed up in Star Trek, The Fast and Furious, Transformers, and Fantastic Four.


9. Fenway Park, Boston Red Sox

The oldest MLB ballpark in history. Not too shabby for being 104 years old.


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8. Chase Field, Arizona Diamondbacks

This ballpark has a swimming pool that fits 35 people located 415 feet from home plate behind the right-center outfield fence.

7. Yankee Stadium, New York Yankees

The Yankees Stadium grounds crew performs the "YMCA" in the middle of the 5th inning.

#ymca #ymcayankees #Yankees #yankeestadium #goyankees #getdownforwhat

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6. Petco Park, San Diego Padres

Some of the stadium seats have computer technology so the fans can look up stats, browse the web, and order food - all without moving from his or her seat.


5. Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs

This is the first ever ballpark to allow fans to keep the fly balls.


4. Miller Park, Milwaukee Brewers

After every HR and victory, the mascot, Bernie Brewer, makes a splash into "Kalahari Splash Zone" sending splashes of water into the air.


3. AT&T Park, San Francisco Giants

AT&T Park understands how high the cost of living is, so they offer fans a free admission section.


2. Camden Yards, Baltimore Orioles

Designed by the public submissions, the visitors bullpen is tiered above the home bullpen.

1. Citi Field, New York Mets

Everyone loves "Shake Shack" and this ballpark has one located in Section 139.

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