(In no particular order)
- Citi Field: It gets alot of criticism for being "too Dodgers" and some questionable siteline decisions, but it really is a great park. The outside and rotunda entrance are really well done. It has interesting outfield fence dimensions, which while somewhat "gimmicky" lead to a different type of game being played. Of the 28 parks I've been to, Citi has by far the best concessions. Once the Mets get a top caliber team in the place, the minor problems will be forgotten.
- AT&T Park: The view of the San Francisco Bay is incredible. SF is a great town in general and the ballpark really fits in well. I haven't there since its inaugural season in 2000, but I'm sure it has aged well in the past 10 years.
- Oriole Park at Camden Yards: Its the park that started a revolution. I really like the "steel and brick" parks, so as the original I find this one great. Unlike alot of the newer descendants, this park is gimmick free. When you go inside, it seems like its been there for 50 years rather than the 18 or so that it has been open.
- Fenway Park: Of the "classic parks" this is my favorite. Unlike the original Yankee Stadium, Fenway's many facelifts haven't taken away its ageless charm. It really fits in its neighborhood, if you didn't know better you would think that its just another warehouse or office building. The Green Monster and other quirks make it incredibly interesting.
- PNC Park: PNC has the best skyline view of them all. Plus it has the view of the river and the Clemente bridge beyond the RF fence. Its limestone exterior is unique and differentiates it further from the others.
These are my favorites, what do you think?