In no particular order
(pre-Rams) There's nothing like watching a game with little kids racing around outside of the outfield wall on their BMX bikes. Great atmosphere.
(Rams days) The filled out ring took away a little bit of the intimacy of the smaller ballpark, but the place was electric during the 1986 ALCS. The place was filled to the rafters and ready to party. But it was a burden during the periods when the team was bad. The $3 GA tickets in the early 1990s were a good value for this struggling college student.
Combines the best of the original structure with some fancy new touches, like the Knothole Club in right field. It's the only place in the stadium that "free pours" alcohol. Plus the day games bring out the hot chicks.
A dump. If you need more information, read this:
Jack Murphy Stadium
A multi-purpose stadium that was better served for football. Became combursome for baseball when they added extra seats for the Super Bowl.
Great ballpark. I can understand why homerun hitters would hate to play here. But it would be must first free agent stop as a pitcher. Fans can purchase a $5 SRO ticket and stand behind homeplate. Awesome. It also has a great atmopshere outside of the stadium with the legendary Gas Lamp District. The watering holes are the one thing that Angel Stadium needs a little bit more of. (Although a lot of bars aren't open early for day games). Fans in Orange County can take the train down and the ballpark is within walking distance of the Amtrack.
Maybe I was too naive to realize that it was such a back neighborhood. But it was impressive to sit in an old-time stadium. The stadium itself wasn't too impressive outside of the history, but the Yankees will lose something when they move into a new ballpark.
Fulton County Stadium
Almost too young to remember, but I saw my first game here, Atlanta v. Cincinnati.
Bad view from my mom's womb.
Bank One Ballpark
It has a lot going for it outside of the stadium. But it's too big inside, like one of the hangars at the Tustin Air Corps base.
Network Associates Coliseum
You wanted the Raiders back?