Camden is still on my list to see. My dad and I have been to 14, I think...my favorite by far is AT&T Park in San Francisco. Gorgeous!
I toured AT&T Park (Giants were in Colorado when I was visiting SF). It is a beautiful park. They did a fantastic job with that one.
PNC in Pittsburgh is awesome too. The inside of the park doesn't quite match AT&T or Comerica, IMO. But, the all-around experience with PNC makes it great. Walking across the Clemente bridge to go to the game, having bars in the stadium that open to the outside perimeter of the park, the river and river walk right below the stadium (with a canoe livery right there) ... it's a great experience.
Man if you guys think the drunks in Chi Town are bad, you should see my group in Comerica in a cubs-tigers series. Some of my friends have unfortunately wasted their lives rooting for the losers and when we all get drunk debating baseball, we turn section 147 into a rowdy slur of drunk debates.
I'm probably the only one, but I don't like drinking at baseball games. I love watching them and enjoy it so much better sober.
It depends on which park and what beer they offer. I refuse to pay $8 for lukewarm Bud Light (carbonated goat piss) at Comerica because I love the Tigers and am so into the game. If they had Bell's Two Hearted Ale for $8 that would be a different story altogether.
Conversly, if I have to endure the Triple A Chicago Cubs squad...I need an $8 Old Style to make it through the game. Same with the Astros. And the Padres. And the Mets (but everyone in NY goes to see the Yankees anyway).
In general though, I do not NEED a beer to watch a baseball game. A hot dog or bratwurst, now that is a different story.
I would definitely go to Toronto to check out a Tigers game. With the trades the Jays made, it would be a fun game to watch. Also, I love Toronto and would do some shopping, check a few restaurants, and make a weekend trip out of it. Just remember, if you are from Canada and you come to the United States, tip your server 20% of the bill. In Michigan, we get paid $2.65/hr which goes to taxes so we essentially make $0/hr. We rely on tip as our source of income and Canadians often tip 5-10%. You are very polite but tip like *****!!!