6. Tradition Field -- New York Mets
Port St. Lucie, FL
Coolest feature: The Bat House
Best place to sit: Deep-right grass berm, left-field pavilion
The outfield scoreboard is one of the largest in the league and recent renovations have made Traditional Field a great place to catch a game. I spent five days here in 2015 and if nothing else, the lines for drinks and food were always short. (I was working, so always just water, but still.) Here’s what’s on tap: Killian’s Red and plenty of Bud Light, plus some lemon Italian ice.
And want to hear something creepy? There’s a bat house at Traditional Field. No, not the wood bats the players use to hit home runs. A bat house, like A HOUSE TO KEEP BATS. REAL, LIVE BATS. Yeah, man. Anyway, it’s said that 10,000 to 15,000 bats live comfortably in the Port St. Lucie Bat House. Good times!