Whatever the mood, fans won’t strike out with any of these home runs. Devotees can hit all 10 stadiums on Livability.com's Top 10 Minor League Baseball Stadiums list for the ultimate grand slam tour!
Franklin, TN (PRWEB) March 29, 2011
Livability.com has released its Top 10 Minor League Baseball Stadiums featuring some of the best places for fans to take themselves out to the ballgame.
With the MLB 2011 season openers on March 31 and MiLB opening day on April 7, baseball fever is in the air. Why not make some travel plans and get in on the game in person?
Livability.com searched the country to find ballparks that are full of charm and magnetism, making them worth a visit for baseball enthusiasts and curiosity seekers alike.
If families are hankering for some Texas-raised beef, they can head south to Whataburger Field. For fans not intimidated by something a little racier? They can swing on over to Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium, home field of the Kannapolis Intimidators, named for the late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr., a.k.a. “The Intimidator.” And for those feeling downright crabby, they'll feel right at home at Regency Furniture Stadium outside of La Plata, MD.
Whatever the mood, fans won’t strike out with any of these home runs. Hit all 10 stadiums for the ultimate grand slam tour!
Livability.com’s Top 10 Minor League Baseball Stadiums
1. Whataburger Field in Corpus Christi, TX
2. Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium in Kannapolis, NC
3. Regency Furniture Stadium outside La Plata, MD
4. Lawrence-Dumont Stadium in Wichita, KS
5. Applebee's Park in Lexington, KY
6. Canal Park in Akron, OH
7. Herschel Greer Stadium in Nashville, TN
8. McCormick Field in Asheville, NC
9. Grainger Stadium in Kinston, NC
10. Municipal Stadium in San Jose, CA
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