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  • A general view of Safeco Field before the Seattle Mariners play the Oakland Athletics, April 13, 2012, in Seattle. "Safeco Field, opened in 1999, offers magnificent views of the Seattle skyline and vivid sunsets over Puget Sound, a wide variety of culinary delights from sushi to garlic fries, and even features unique art displays throughout the park," the web site noted.
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  • The Detroit Tigers play the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park, June 7, 2013, in Detroit. "Located in downtown Detroit, baseball fans will marvel at all this stadium has to offer" said TripAdvisor. "Children will enjoy the 'Liquid Fireworks' display in center field which synchronizes music to its spraying fountains, and those craving game day fare can choose from a variety of goodies at the Brushfire Grill or the Big Cat food court. "
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  • The Chicago Cubs play the St. Louis Cardinals, May 8, 2013, at Wrigley Field in Chicago. "Built in 1914, this Windy City ballpark is best known for its ivy-covered outfield wall, hand-turned scoreboard and baseball's most renowned rendition of ;Take Me Out to the Ballgame"'sung by the crowd in the 7th inning stretch," noted TripAdvisor. "The Friendly Confines" celebrates its 100th season in 2014.
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  • The Kansas City Royals play the Boston Red Sox, Aug. 10, 2013, at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. "Celebrating its 42nd season this year, Kauffman Stadium features state-of-the-art technology and its left-field area is home to The Hall of Fame which boasts exciting and interactive exhibits, perfect for those with children," according to the web site. A TripAdvisor reviewer commented, "There's something for everyone here, from activities for the kids to a sports bar in the outfield for the adults."
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  • The Minnesota Twins play the Detroit Tigers, April 1, 2013, at Target Field in Minneapolis. "Located in Minneapolis' Warehouse District, this ballpark can accommodate nearly 40,000 fans and has been home to the Minnesota Twins since 2010. In center field, travelers will recognize the 'Shaking Hands' sign featuring Minnie and Paul which illuminates when the 'Twinkies'hit a homer, said TripAdvisor. "There has never been a better place in Minnesota to watch a ballgame," noted a TripAdvisor reviewer.
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  • The St. Louis Cardinals play the San Francisco Giants during game two of a doubleheader, June 1, 2013, at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. "Often referred to as 'New Busch Stadium,' this retro-style ballpark opened in 2006 and features panoramic views of the city skyline including the iconic Gateway Arch," TripAdvisor said. "New for the 2014 season, visitors can check out Ballpark Village, a 100,000 square-foot entertainment complex featuring the Cardinals Hall of Fame Museum and sports bar."
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  • The Boston Red Sox play the St. Louis Cardinals during Game Six of the 2013 World Series at Fenway Park, Oct. 30, 2013 in Boston. "Home to Boston's beloved team since 1912, visitors to America's oldest ballpark can take in the action and intimate setting while enjoying famed Fenway franks. Tours of the stadium give fans an up-close look at its many unique features including the legendary Green Monster left field wall and the lone red seat where Ted Williams hit the park's longest home run."
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  • The San Francisco Giants play the San Diego Padres at AT&T Park, April 29, 2012 in San Francisco. "Travelers can enjoy more than extra innings and fantastic game day grub at this ballpark by the bay," the web site said. "Open year-round, the Fan Lot allows guests to experience what it's like to run the bases and also boasts a 26-foot tall baseball mitt sculpture. " A TripAdvisor reviewer commented, "Simply nothing compares to this ballpark. Stunning views out to the bay and the islands. Views of the stadium are great from just about every seat."
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  • A general view of Oriole Park at Camden Yards before the Boston Red Sox play the Baltimore Orioles, March 31, 2014, in Baltimore. "Opened in 1992, Camden Yards ushered in a new era of baseball stadiums with its retro design boasting a brick exterior and asymmetrical playing field. Visiting fans can also make a stop at Babe Ruth's birthplace, which is located just two blocks from the park," said TripAdvisor.
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  • PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Penn. "Located on Pittsburgh's North Shore, this ballpark offers stunning views of the Steel City skyline, the Allegheny River, and the Roberto Clemente Bridge," said TripAdvisor. "Fans can chow down on local fare including potato pirogues and Primanti Brothers sandwiches stuffed with French fries and coleslaw. One TripAdvisor reviewer commented, 'Beautiful city views during the game. Plenty of food options and short lines for the bathrooms - not a bad seat in the stadium!"
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