Make Plans to Visit the West Coast’s Best Ballparks as the MLB Season Kicks Off

Dodger fan watching a game at Dodger Stadium
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After a 2020 season that saw games played without fans in the stands due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Major League Baseball season is kicking off this week and will fortunately feature crowds (even though they will be at reduced capacities)!

The West Coast is one of our favorite spots for a baseball pilgrimage, and if you’re looking to ballpark hop in 2021, head to these three stadiums.

Dodger Stadium: Los Angeles, CA

The home of the 2020 World Series champions, Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles’s Chavez Ravine is one of the best places to take in a ballgame anywhere. You’ll marvel at the 1960s-era architecture and palm trees lining the exterior of the park as you watch one of MLB’s best teams.

T-Mobile Park: Seattle, WA

If you love skylines and a guaranteed nice environment for a game, T-Mobile Park in Seattle is a great option for you. While the product on the field hasn’t always been great, the park’s retractable roof, views of the city’s skyline, and stellar food and drink options make it an enjoyable outing no matter what.

AT&T Park: San Francisco, CA

Ever since its inauguration in the early 2000s, AT&T Park in San Francisco has been one of the best stadiums in the Major Leagues. Known for its McCovey Cove, a short right-field porch that often results in home runs being hit into the San Francisco Bay, it’s a delightful place to experience baseball.