A tour around baseball’s most storied ballparks

Coined America's pastime, baseball has a special place in the hearts of millions of U.S. sports fans. While the rules, some of the teams and most of the ballparks have changed over time, there are some Major League Baseball stadiums that are historical gold mines.

Boston's Fenway Park, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2012, is not only the oldest baseball park in MLB, it's also the smallest. Fenway's Green Monster has become one of the most iconic stadium features in all of sports. The park has seen some of baseball's most memorable moments, from Carlton Fisk's walk-off home run in Game 6 of the 1975 World Series to the unforgettable 1999 All-Star Game, when the MLB All-Century Team was revealed.

Then, of course, there's Wrigley Field in Chicago. Famous for its day games and green ivy walls along the outfield, Wrigley stands aside Fenway as two of the most timeless venues in sports.

While the Dodgers aren't originally from Los Angeles, Dodger Stadium in Chavez Ravine has definitely had its fair share of history. As a matter of fact, the ballpark is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its opening.

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A tour around baseball’s most storied ballparks