Stadium Series: Wrigley Field | AT&T Park | Busch Stadium | Yankee
As part of a 10-week series, Eye on Baseball and Choice Hotels will be taking you around the major leagues, picking out the hits and highlights of some of the game’s top stadiums. What to eat, what to drink and what to see both inside and outside the park will all be covered as part of the series. There’s a lot to cover and uncover, so visit the comments section to let us know what we missed.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim has played host to the Angels since the start of the 1966 season — the team’s first campaign after relocating from Los Angeles to Orange County. Since that time, the ballpark has undergone two major renovations. The first was in 1980, to accommodate the Los Angeles Rams of the NFL, and the second was following the 1996 MLB season and was undertaken to transform it back into a baseball-only venue. It’s now one of the oldest parks in MLB (only Fenway, Wrigley and Dodger have been around longer), but thanks to those renovations Angel Stadium isn’t short on modern amenities and comforts.
Let’s take a closer look at the Angel Stadium experience …