More aesthetically pleasing, housing a better team, and situated in a superior neighbor -- AT&T Park can now say it's better than Dodgers stadium when it comes to food sanitary conditions. According to a food vendor health inspection survey on ESPN, a scant 4% of AT&T Park vendors were in violation, compared to the Dodgers Stadium 13%.
For shame, Dodgers, for shame.
But having a few cockroaches, or whatnot, doesn't seem to affect a team's ability to perform. The Yankees, arguably the best team in baseball history, play ball in a filthy stadium. As Ice Tubes notes, "48% of the vendors were cited for violations" at Yankees Stadium. Ick.
Florida, a truly fascinating yet frightening state, "scored among the worst when it came to violations cited by inspectors."
[via Ice Tubes]