Well, it's baseball season again. Which means that ESPN can take a break from talking nonstop about the Golden State Warriors (we get it, they're good), and instead talk nonstop about the Yankees and Red Sox. It also means that you're going to have to explain to people why it is you still like baseball, without going into the nuances of throwing a four-seam fastball as your payoff pitch.
A good way to start is by showing them the splendor of North America's 30 Major League Baseball parks, where each home field is unique unto itself (more true now that they tore down Riverfront, Three Rivers, and the Vet). But which stadium 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 looked at a number of metrics, including Stadium Journey's overall experience rankings, each team's home winning percentage since 2009, the percentage of seats in each park that were filled last season, and the stadium food rankings from the good folks at Bleacher Report. And what did we come up with, other than that Globe Life in Arlington is still terrible? Well, this season's update to every Major League Baseball park in America, ranked worst to first.