Happy Friday night to you? Well, they all these days are really running together at this point.
So does it really matter? I say no.
For those of you that do not know me, my name is Jesse Clark.
I stream and right on behalf of the Unwrapped Sports Network, I also write on behalf of the fantasy coaches podcast for football season.
And given the fact that we have almost nothing to discuss in the sports world, I have started this top five ideas list for lack of a better term.
I'm going to start this, uh, going to continue this Siri's, uh, had I've strained to videos on this already.
I believe I did my top five annual sporting events.
And then last night, I did my top five Q B's in the NFL in today, today's NFL, not overall.
And tonight I am going to discuss the top five major league baseball ballparks.
I would like to visit some of which I already have visited, but not for quite some time.
And one of these days I'm gonna get to know every ballpark and yeah, West Tropicana Field, probably going to be demolished in a matter of days down in Tampa Bay.
Um, so let's go ahead and move right into number five.
Number five for me is course field course Field, located home of the Colorado Rockies, located in Denver and just to God, to give you guys some insight as to what I'm looking at is actually this pretty cool website called ballparks of baseball dot com gives you all the facts and figures on these stadiums course field known as the most hitter friendly ballpark in major league baseball.
That's one of my reasons for going.
Seems like the weather's good most nights in Denver for baseball season, the ball flies out of the ballpark.
A lot of you know, 8 10 games, 8 to 7.
You know, uh, pictures go to die in this ballpark.
And just to give you guys some history and some background on it, it looks like it.
Waas opened in 1995 and it seats a little over 50,000 says 50,398 fans.
So it's an all grass surface.
And like I said, I think this ballpark really just ranks up towards the top for me just because I think It would be a fun place to watch the actual games and watch these high scoring affairs.
I haven't heard much, you know, amazing history behind the ballpark as faras like actually going there is a from a fan perspective, but I would like to see a few games there just to see some high scoring affairs.
My number four is Oracle Park in San Francisco.
I have heard great things about this ballpark.
The weather is always beautiful.
You see the the body of water right behind.
You know, when Barry Bonds was playing, he smoked tons of home runs into the river, and it's just a very unique ballpark.
It's more of Ah, it's almost in the opposite spectrum, of course, field where it's a pitcher friendly ballpark.
So there's not as many high scoring games.
But from what I've heard from all the MLB experts and just fans in general, this is one of the better ballparks tow, watch a game at so as an avid baseball fan, I think it would just be a fascinating place to watch a Siri's and you would hardly ever have to worry about any rain outs.
So Oracle Park, Oh I guess I didn't really mention it's the home of the San Francisco Giants who are not going to be very good at all.
So if your favorite team is visiting the Giants this year, if we have a season, you know, fingers crossed, I would highly recommend going and seeing them.
Because many of the home fans won't be going to see how great the Giants are this year.
Let's move on to my number three stadium that I would love to visit Yankee Stadium.
I think it is pretty self explanatory.
Home of the New York Yankees.
Now this is the new Yankee Stadium.
The old Yankee Stadium was known as one of the more historic ballparks, but this ballpark was opened in 2009.
It's got that short porch in right field.
Where is, you know, just balls fly out of the ballpark Super easy.
I think, uh, I'd have to look at the dimensions.
Oh, it says we're here 314 314 feet to right field.
I mean, my high school.
There are high school ball parks that are deeper than that.
So as a left handed hitter in this ballpark it is a field day.
The capacity is 50,287 fans, like I said, built in 2009.
And you know, the Yankees are always good, and they're probably the most historic and popular franchise baseball franchise in the major in major league baseball.
So it's always, you know, fun and good toe.
See those guys play and, you know, always a spectacle.
Thanks for joining Alex.
Um, my let's Let's move on to my number two stadium.
I'd love the visit, and that is Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs.
Who, Redlegs? Well, if you guys can see my shirt. Oh yeah, you can.
Home with Chicago Cubs.
This is one of the more historic stadiums in all of sports.
So over 100 years old, seats 41,000, 160 fans looks like we have a 355 feet dimension in left field.
Left centers 3 68 400 to center, 3 68 and right center and 3 53 and right field down the line.
You know, this is obviously known as the you know the most historic and best part of the ball park is they're known for the ivy in the outfield.
You know, it's got a brick wall in the outfield covered with ivy, and I don't think that is matched in.
That's why I love Baseball stadium so much.
There's just so much historical value to some of these stadiums that you don't get at a lot of other sports, and almost every seat in the house is a good one.
So the experience as a baseball fan in these stadiums is just unmatched in other sports, which I which you know, I I obviously love.
Yeah, David's mentioned Crosley Field in his day at the home of the Red Legs.
And, uh, if I was ah, super big Homer, I would have the Red likes Great American ballpark at my number one stadium.
But I don't I am a little bit less biased here.
I'm trying t o, you know, be a CZ objective, as it possibly can.
So my number one should be pretty obvious at this point.
Fenway Park home in the Boston Red Sox, this is the most historic ballpark in all of baseball was built in 1912 just two years older than regularly Man that green giant in left field.
I don't think it can be matched.
This is definitely my top bucket list stadium to visit.
And I If I go, I definitely would prefer to sit, You know, at least one game in the Green Monster.
I think it be just awesome for the historical value alone, but just the viewpoint of the seats and just watching, you know, Ah, right handed hitter, a left handed hitter hit one over the monster.
It's got to be like a you know, a blistering fly ball to get out here, and I just I would love to go see them 30.
They don't have.
So it's It's only 37,000 673 fans.
Oh, it says that's a a nighttime.
And then in the daytime, it's only 37 to 21.
I wonder why that is.
I don't think we have any Bostonians here toe thio chime in, but I wonder why there arm or seats available at during a night game than a day game? That's that's odd to me.
It only cost them $615,000 to build this stadium.
I think they have profited from my understanding.
These seats get sold out like days after they go up for the entire season.
I mean, you have to be on a waiting list just to get seats on the Green Monster from from what I've heard.
So Fenway Park is definitely my number one stadium bucket list.
Item to go See, there are tons of other, you know, unique stadiums out there that I considered won.
Honorable mention was Camden Yards, Orioles Baltimore Orioles Stadium.
I'd love to go see ah, game at Bat Stadium as well.
And then there's honestly I mean, you could name it.
Yeah, Josh has mentioned Angel Stadium.
I think the rocks there and center field to be pretty cool.
And it be pretty cool to see Mike Trout in his prime play there as well.
So, um, yeah, there.
You know, you could go a 1,000,000 different ways, but I had a narrow down to five, so it was tough doing, but we we got it done.
Thank you guys for tuning in.
Just the guy, you know, kind of give you an update again.
My number five was course field home in the Colorado Rockies.
My number four was Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.
My number three was Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees.
On number two was Wrigley Field home in Chicago Cubs and rounding out my number one top spot was Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.
So much for tuning in again.
My name is Jesse Clark, on behalf of the Unwrapped Sports Network and the fantasy coaches podcast.
Thank you guys for joining me.
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