Monday, March 1st, 2010 -
The 2010 Major League Baseball season officially begins on April 4, and to commemorate America’s favorite pastime, names the Top 10 Baseball Stadiums. Whether fans seek mouth-watering signature ballpark food like the famous Dodger Dog, beautiful scenery like views of Mount Rainier and the Puget Sound from Safeco Park, or iconic spots such as Fenway Park with its Green Monster, travelers can rest assured they found the best hotel deals at — the world’s largest hotel search engine and price aggregator. Top 10 Favorite Baseball Stadiums

1. Wrigley Field – Chicago, Illinois. – The second oldest ballpark in the United States and the site of Babe Ruth’s infamous “called shot,” the legendary Wrigley Field hosts its 97th season this year. Stay at: The Majestic Hotel, the closest hotel to Wrigley Field.

2. Fenway Park – Boston, Massachusetts. – Reigning in as the oldest ballpark in the United States and one of the last stadiums to still use hand-operated scoreboards, Fenway Park is home to the legendary Boston Red Sox and the iconic Green Monster. Stay at: Hotel Commonwealth and enjoy views of Fenway Park.

3. Safeco Field – Seattle, Washington. - The ballpark's one-of-a-kind retractable roof is designed to cover but not enclose the field, sheltering guests from Seattle rain while also preserving an open-air environment and spectacular views of Mount Rainier, Puget Sound and downtown Seattle. Stay at: Silver Cloud Hotel Stadium.

4. Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, California. – One of Southern California’s most treasured landmarks, Sports Illustrated has named Dodger Stadium the “best in baseball.” The new Bleacher Beach section features all you can eat stadium food, including the famous Dodger Dog. Stay at: Kyoto Grand Hotel and Gardens.

5. AT&T Park – San Francisco, California. – This home of the Giants has been called “sports facility of the year,” “champion of stadium food,” and “baseball’s perfect address.” Situated in the heart of downtown, AT&T Park features a classic design and breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay. Stay at: Intercontinental Hotel.

6. Oriole Park at Camden Yards – Baltimore, Maryland. – In this first new “retro-style” ballpark built in the 90’s, all seats are angled toward home plate and are some of the widest and most comfortable in the country. Stay at: The Inn at The Colonnade.

7. Coors Field – Denver, Colorado. – The Rockies and their opponents hit more home runs at Coors Field than any other stadium thanks to the dry air and one of the largest outfields in the country. Purple seats on the 20th row of the upper deck signify exactly one mile above sea level in Mile High City. Stay at: Crowne Plaza Hotel.

8. Yankee Stadium – New York City, New York. – The new Yankee Stadium replicates much of the old stadium’s signature design, with the addition of high-tech features such as LCD screens and plush luxury boxes for fans to watch in style as A-Rod and Derek Jeter lead this iconic team to victory. Stay at: Sylvan Guest House.

9. Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. – The Phillies’ spectacular ballpark features a unique bi-level bullpen where fans can heckle the other team up close. Citizens Bank Park has also vowed to use “green” energy as the first MLB stadium to join the EPA’s Green Power Partnership Program. Stay at: The Rittenhouse Hotel.

10. Busch Stadium – St. Louis, Missouri. – Home to the St. Louis Cardinals, the new Busch Stadium III opened in 2006 with an open-air design and panoramic views of the downtown St. Louis skyline. That year, the Cardinals became one of very few teams to win the World Series in their ballpark’s inaugural year. Stay at: Westin Hotel.

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