MLB Ballparks I've been to, chronologically...

I feel like I did this list before. Maybe not. Can't believe I haven't. @list is gonna need a better search engine before I start repeating myself.
  1. 1.
    Comiskey Park
    1992. New Comiskey, a year after it opened. For a baseball fan I started late, this was my senior year of high school. My first game was so cold my hands went numb.
  2. 2.
    Busch Memorial Stadium
    I thought 1995 was my first game here, but I never saw the Cards play on AstroTurf. So, 1996 I guess. First year with real grass. Saw the most games here in person. 2nd would be Wrigley Field.
  3. 3.
    The Ballpark in Arlington
    First time here was in 1996, the ballpark's 3rd year. Hottest night game I've been to, so I can understand why they want a new place with a roof, but I love this ballpark.
  4. 4.
    Cinergy Field
    First game I saw on AstroTurf, hottest day game I've ever attended. 1999. My legs were sunburned.
  5. 5.
    Wrigley Field
    Lifelong Cubs fan but it was 1999 before I made the trip to Wrigley. Naturally, my favorite ballpark. But I'll admit it's a little cramped. Love Wrigley's renovations but I like old school Wrigley too.
  6. 6.
    Milwaukee County Stadium
    Saw one of the last remaining games here in 2000. Creaky & old, but old school nice. Beautiful field & great brats.
  7. 7.
    Shea Stadium
    Shea was tall & covered in 8 layers of possibly lead paint, the fans were all mouthy, ...it was great. Visited in 2002.
  8. 8.
    PNC Park
    Beautiful ballpark and the fans were nice too. Visited 2 days after my first visit to Shea in 2002. Saw Jay Payton's final game as a Met and first game as a Rockie. We yelled at him, he waved back.
  9. 9.
    Comiskey Park (again)
    Included this one again, because post-2001 renovations Comiskey is completely different and so much better. First visited new-new Comiskey in 2002 before it was renamed US Cellular Field.
  10. 10.
    Kaufmann Stadium
    First trip was in 2003 I think, my son was around 4 or 5 at the time. His first ballgame if memory serves.
  11. 11.
    Busch Stadium
    Caught the last game of the first home stand in 2006. Pujols hit 3 home runs that day. The only Cards player to hit 3 hrs in a home game at new Busch. McGwire was the only Cardinal to hit 3 hrs in a home game at old Busch Memorial Stadium & I was at that game too. Been to many games since including the Cubs playoff win in 2015.
  12. 12.
    Citizens Bank Park
    In 2010 I knocked out the 3 mid Atlantic ballparks of the Philly-DC corridor. The park is awesome & people were surprisingly nice in Philadelphia.
  13. 13.
    Oriole Park at Camden Yards
    As great as advertised, good reason this ballpark is often imitated. Had a beer in the warehouse, and BBQ on Eutaw Street.
  14. 14.
    Nationals Park
    My favorite things about Nationals Park are the presidents running around, the mascot, Screech... The BBQ... And the ballpark is really nice too.
  15. 15.
    Kaufmann Stadium (again)
    Like Comiskey/US Cellular, I had to include this ballpark again, because after the renovations, the place is like a whole new experience. Great job fixing up an old park.
  16. 16.
    Target Field
    Visited in 2011, the park's 2nd season, and it is awesome. I had a Kille-brew Root Beer. Went to a night game and then drove 7 hours back home. I think I was hallucinating.
  17. 17.
    Dodger Stadium
    Made it to Dodger Stadium in 2013. So much nicer in person that I could ever imagine. Great stadium! Had a Dodger Dog, stood in line next to Jerry O'Connell, they let everybody on the grass to watch fireworks after the game.
  18. 18.
    Angel Stadium
    After Dodger Stadium I had to hit Angel Stadium in Anaheim. Also a great ballpark. Not as great as Dodger Stadium, that place is built into the side of a giant hill. But the Big A has a much nicer center field.