1. Coca-Cola Field
Another major league city with a minor league club, Buffalo has the distinction of being the precursor to today's wave of retro-modern ballparks. The firm that designed Camden Yards (the first of the throwback major league stadiums) designed the Bisons home as well, and it actually opened four years before Oriole Park. Coca-Cola Field is downtown, with the attendant skyline rising behind its grandstand, but it's the coolest minor league park in the land (and cooler than a lot of major league parks, we gotta say), because of its fans: just like Philly, Boston, or Yankee fans, but both rowdier and friendlier, and better at holding their liquor.