You cannot argue that Yankee Stadium is the most important. Wrigley is great and has a lot of great, non world series, memories. But read what they have to say about Yankee Stadium and all the things have happened there and tell me why what should be higher and justify it.
Because it says "Yankee" in front of the stadium. Anything that has to do with the Yankees is of little importance to me.
What about the Berlin Olympic Stadium when Jesse Owen's showed up Hitler. I think that is more "important" than anything that ever happened at Yankee Stadium.
Edit: You are all probably right but I just don't like the Yankees
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I'm actually surprised that I've been to 10 on the list (I'm a bit of a homebody)! The one that I was most suprised to count...
41. Mall of America
Location: Bloomington, Minn. Opened: 1992: Capacity: Not applicable.
Because modern sports are still alive (though not necessarily alive and well) at the former site of Metropolitan Stadium, where so many stores sell sports merchandise that Carlos Baerga actually bought an autographed photo of himself here.
I actually got to see Tarkington play at Metropolitan Stadium! One of my favorite memories!
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