Of all sports, baseball may be the one that travels best. One reason is that ballparks, unlike basketball arenas, are often iconic structures with a sense of place. Plus baseball fans are among the friendliest, so (with a few exceptions) visitors are likely to get a good reception.

So which parks draw the most visiting fans? StubHub, the ticket reselling site, looked at its booking data for the 2017 regular season for an answer. It found seven stadiums where a majority of sales were to out-of-state fans. Topping the list is famed Fenway Park, where 66% of all tickets sold on StubHub were to customers who lived outside of Massachusetts. Here are the others: 

1. Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
2. Busch Stadium (St. Louis Cardinals)
3. Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City Royals)
4. Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati Reds)
5. Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles) 
6. Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees)
7. Miller Park (Milwaukee Brewers)

Some parks on this list may be attributable to teams with a large regional fan base that crosses state lines, but they’re all appealing venues that are often strung together on baseball road trips. 

StubHub also ran the numbers for international fans, and these were the top stadiums for foreign buyers: 

1. Yankee Stadium  
2. Fenway Park
3. Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)
4. AT&T Park (San Francisco Giants)
5. Safeco Field (Seattle Mariners)

No surprises there, all great parks in desirable destinations. Safeco Field actually had the highest percentage of international buyers compared to total ticket sales on StubHub, likely attributable to part of the Mariners fan base living in Canada.  

Speaking as a fan old enough to remember buying tickets by phone months in advance of baseball road trips, then hoping for good seats and good weather, StubHub is a boon for traveling fans. Buying late notice allows greater flexibility, letting you stay an extra day in a place you enjoyed, or bailing out on a rainy day. And here’s a StubHub pro tip: Try refreshing your search several times right before the sales cutoff time; for games that aren’t sold out, you may see prices drop as the deadline approaches.  

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