It's a rare thing to have been at all 30 MLB stadiums.
Following the All-Star game at Target Field in Minnesota, CSNWashington's Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman did just that. Now, he used those experiences to rank all the current ballparks.
Where did Zuckerman rank Wrigley Field? No. 4, behind PNC Park (Pittsburgh), AT&T Park (San Francisco), and Camden Yards (Baltimore).
Here's what he had to say about The Friendly Confines:
"It’s so hard to try to compare a ballpark built 100 years ago with one built in the last decade, but Wrigley Field is one of the 30 current MLB ballparks, so we’ll try our best. To step into the Friendly Confines is to step back in time. That can be bad in some cases (try sitting way under the overhang and directly behind a pole, or try navigating your way through the rustic concourse) but the good far outweighs the bad. There simply is nothing like a Chicago summer afternoon spent in the bleachers at the corner of Clark and Addison. The ivy. The manual scoreboard. The rooftops. The rest of Wrigleyville outside the stadium. If you’ve never been, you need to put this one on your list."
Where do you think Wrigley Field ranks among MLB ballparks?