Football may have surpassed baseball as America’s national pastime, but you still can’t beat a breezy majestic night spent at the ballpark. Each home field is unique unto itself, but which of North America's 30 Major League Baseball stadiums is the absolute best place to watch a game? Which offers the best overall experience: the stadium, the food, and the on-field product?
To figure that out, we consulted the stats: Each team's home winning percentage (as of August 28) since 2010, the percentage of seats in each park that are filled this season, how the good folks at Bleacher Report ranked the stadiums’ food offerings, and the The Washington Post's rankings of overall experience. And what did we come up with, other than that Globe Life in Arlington is slightly less terrible than it used to be? Here’s this season's update to every Major League Baseball park in America, ranked worst to first.