MLB ballparks ranked: Where does Fenway Park stand among all 30?

After visiting all 30 MLB ballparks, where does one of the oldest and most historic fields in the game rank?
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9. Coors Field - Colorado Rockies

Something about the Denver sunset made this park so appealing, that and we also saw a walk-off here from Ryan McMahon. The park design and field are beautiful, and I love the pine trees in the outfield.

8. American Family Field - Milwaukee Brewers

The longest game we saw on our trip saw the Brewers defeating the Pirates in 15 innings. I know the Brewers have been told that the park needs upgrades, but I didn't notice anything on my visit here. Seeing Bernie Brewer go down the slide was incredible, this one is really nice.

7. Oracle Park - San Francisco Giants

It's hard to go wrong with a park that overlooks the bay, and the Giants do it right. The entire outfield concourse is wide open, with plenty of different food and drink options. While we didn't get to kayak in McCovey Cove, this was one of the best parks in the entire league.

6. Busch Stadium - St. Louis Cardinals

An overlook with the St. Louis Arch is hard to beat, and this is my pick for the best food in baseball. Seriously, try their brisket sandwich and it will change your life. The Cardinals will see more success here in the future, but they might need to find starting pitching even more than the Red Sox.