If you're a baseball fan, you've got a favorite baseball card. The Page 2 staff couldn't resist taking a look back at their own favorites.
Houston's Minute Maid Park scores high in architecture, but lacks the juice to score high in our ballpark ratings.
Even with a losing team, a small crowd and damp weather, The Ballpark in Arlington ain't so bad.
Page 2's Ballpark Tour stops in Oakland, where Network Associates may be a dud but is still home to a stud.
Page 2's Ballpark Tour stops in Colorado, where Coors field leaves you with a Rocky Mountain high.
Page 2's ballpark tour pulls into Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium. Don't let the pre and postgame bar scene get you down, the stadium is tight.
Page 2's ballpark tour stops in Phoenix, where Bank One Ballpark is anything but hot.
Page 2's ballpark tour stops in Anaheim, where Edison Field houses great fans and a monkey.
Page 2's tour of the major-league ballparks stops off at Dodger Stadium, a building frozen in time.
The Padres are playing their final year at Qualcomm Stadium, where the tacos are good and the baseball bad.
Page 2's tour of the major-league ballparks stops off at Pac Bell, where it was all good.