San Francisco’s AT&T Park charms a Fenway fan ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images The AT&T Park in San Francisco is widely considered to be among baseball’s finest. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The $357 million park is not a “lyric little bandbox,” as John Updike described Fenway Park, but a spacious facility with breathtaking views. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Boaters and fans waited for a home-run ball to splash down in McCovey Cove. Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press In China Basin Park, outside AT&T, stands a bronze statue of Giants first baseman Willie McCovey. Christian Petersen/Getty Images Boston fans, even diehard defenders of Fenway’s antique charms, must admit to feeling a wee bit of stadium envy when they catch a ballgame here.