Best vintage stadium: Wrigley Field or Fenway Park? | The Tylt
Best vintage stadium: Wrigley Field or Fenway Park?
From its old-timey facade to its the signature ivy wall, the beauty is in the details at Wrigley Field. The concourses are narrow, the concessions are in the shadows and the views are obstructed, but there's something charming about it. The neighborhood around the field adds to the ambiance with fans in the taller buildings able to take a peek, and catch some of the action.
Fenway Park may have two years on Wrigley, but the north side Chicago stadium will always be the best.
Chicago has a nice ball park on the north side, but to compare it to the great Fenway Park is insulting.
Rising out of left field like intimidating titan is the Green Monster, a fixture as iconic as the stadium itself. Fenway's little quirks are what make it great. The analog scoreboard is still manned by a crew, there's Pesky's Pole, and the red seats around the stadium hold special meanings to baseball's real fans. There's a reason Fenway is on every bucket list for baseball fans.
There is a mix of history and uniqueness that make Fenway Park the best ball park in the country.