There’s a reason why so many baseball fans have made it a goal of theirs to see every stadium in the major leagues. Unlike other sports that are played in venues that are more or less identical, no two baseball stadiums are exactly alike. They have different field dimensions, unique design quirks and varied surroundings that make seeing a game in one city far different from seeing the same two teams play in another city.

Before any fans get too upset about these rankings, let’s make one thing clear: MLB has two lousy stadiums, five or so excellent ones and a whole bunch in between that are more or less equal. Ranking them all is harder than you think.