A Nice Place to Live, But You Wouldn't Want to Visit

A Nice Place to Live, But
You Wouldn't Want to Visit

Fenway 2002

(Boston Globe File Photo / Stan Grossfeld)

Fenway's One of the Toughest for Opponents to Play In

SI PLAYERS MLB POLL

Which ballpark is the most difficult to play in as a visiting player?

Yankee Stadium……………….21%
Fenway Park (Red Sox)…..…. 20%
Wrigley Field (Cubs)……... .….10%
Citizens Bank Park (Phillies)….10%

Fast facts: Among AL East voters, 33.5% picked Fenway; just 16.9% chose Yankee Stadium.... The Yankees will play five games at Fenway this week.... The A’s McAfee Coliseum was fifth (4%).... Every stadium except for Oriole Park at Camden Yards received at least one vote.... The Phillies are 28–33 at home this season but 28–27 on the road. Based on a survey of 415 MLB players.
-- For an expanded version of the poll, go to SI.com/players

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