For what it's worth, Great American Ball Park is ranked No. 24 among the 30 Major League Baseball stadiums. This is according to the ratings and reviews recorded on Yelp.
Okay, before we puff out our chests in a display of discontent, let us call a spade a spade, shall we? Relatively speaking, Great American Ball Park is far from The Mecca of professional sporting venues.
Aside from the scenic view of the Ohio River, and the booming amount of attractions located inside the stadium (fan zones, various food stands, social media board, etc.), GABP doesn't exactly feature many qualities that is likely to "wow" a visitor. Sure, the river boat beyond the center field wall is a nice tribute to the city, and the smoke stacks are certainly iconic, but compared to other MLB stadiums, GABP is what it is, which is a definite upgrade over the cookie-cutter venue known as Riverfront Stadium, but not quite on par with the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, PNC Park, which ranked No. 1 on the list.
If you are wondering which stadium was ranked the worst, you might be somewhat surprised to find out that it wasn't the O.Co Coliseum, it ranked No. 28, by the way. The dubious title for worst home park in the majors went to the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays, instead.
Via The Roosevelts