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Ballparks

This section contains a list of all ballparks used for Major League Baseball that have opened since 1903 and many before that. The list for each park contains significant "firsts" to occur there. Parks used for 1 or 2 games are not included. Primary research was done by Jim Herdman and David Vincent. Please notify us of any additions or changes.

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United States
Arizona Phoenix Bank One Ballpark (1998)
California Anaheim Anaheim Stadium (1966)
  Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (1958)
    Wrigley Field (1961)
    Dodger Stadium   (1962 NL)   (1962 AL)
  Oakland Oakland-Alameda County Stadium (1968)
  San Francisco Seals Stadium (1958)
    Candlestick Park (1960)
    Pacific Bell Park (2000)
  San Diego San Diego Stadium (1969)
    PETCO Park (2004)
Colorado Denver Mile High Stadium (1993)
    Coors Field (1995)
District of Columbia Washington American League Park I (1901)
    American League Park II (1904)
    Griffith Stadium (1911)
    D.C. Stadium (1962 AL)  RFK Stadium (2005 NL)
    Nationals Park (2008)
Florida Lake Buena Vista The Ballpark at Disney's Wide World of Sports (2007)
  Miami Joe Robbie Stadium (1993)
    Marlins Park (2012)
  St. Petersburg Tropicana Field (1998)
Georgia Atlanta Atlanta Stadium (1966)
    Turner Field (1997)
Hawaii Honolulu Aloha Stadium (1997)
Illinois Chicago South Side Park III (1901)
    Comiskey Park I (1910)
    Weeghman Park  (1914 FL)  (1916 NL)
    Comiskey Park II (AL 1991)  (NL 2004)
Indiana Indianapolis Greenlawn Park (1914)
Maryland Baltimore Oriole Park IV (1901)
    Oriole Park V (1914)
    Memorial Stadium (1954)
    Oriole Park at Camden Yards (1992)
Massachusetts Boston Huntington Avenue Grounds (1901)
    Fenway Park  (1912 AL)  (1913 NL)
    Braves Field (NL 1915)  (AL 1916)
Michigan Detroit Bennett Park (1901)
    Burns Park (1901)
    Navin Field (1912)
    Comerica Park (2000)
Minnesota Bloomington Metropolitan Stadium (1961)
  Minneapolis Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (1982)
    Target Field (2010)
Missouri Kansas City Gordon and Koppel Field (1914)
    Municipal Stadium (1955)
    Royals Stadium (1973)
  St. Louis Handlan's Park (1914)
    Sportsman's Park III  (1909 AL)  (1920 NL)
    Busch Memorial Stadium (1966)
    Busch Stadium III (2006)
Nevada Las Vegas Cashman Field (1996)
New Jersey Harrison (Newark) Harrison Field (1915)
  Jersey City Roosevelt Stadium (1956)
New York Brooklyn Washington Park III (1898)
    Washington Park IV (1914)
    Ebbets Field (1913)
  Buffalo Federal League Park (1914)
  Flushing Shea Stadium  (1964 NL)  (1974 AL)
    Citi Field (2009)
  New York Hilltop Park (1903 AL) (1911 NL)
    Polo Grounds (1911 NL)  (1912 AL)  (1962 NL)
    Yankee Stadium I (1923)
    Yankee Stadium II (2009)
Ohio Cincinnati Palace of the Fans (1902)
    Redland Field (1912)
    Riverfront Stadium (1970)
    Great American Ball Park (2003)
  Cleveland League Park IV (1910)
    Cleveland Municipal Stadium (1932)
    Jacobs Field (1994)
Pennsylvania Philadelphia Columbia Park (1901 AL) (1903 NL)
    Shibe Park (1909 AL) (1927 NL)
    Veterans Stadium (1971)
    Citizens Bank Park (2004)
  Pittsburgh Exposition Park III (1890 PL) (1891 NL(1914 FL)
    Forbes Field (1909)
    Three Rivers Stadium (1970)
    PNC Park (2001)
Texas Arlington Arlington Stadium (1972)
    The Ballpark in Arlington (1994)
  Houston Colt Stadium (1962)
    Astrodome (1965)
    Enron Field (2000)  Minute Maid Park (2013 AL)
Washington Seattle Sick's Stadium (1969)
    Kingdome (1977)
    Safeco Field (1999)
Wisconsin Milwaukee Lloyd Street Grounds (1901)
    County Stadium  (NL 1953)  (AL 1968)  (NL 1998)
    Miller Park (NL 2001) (AL 2007)
Other Countries
Australia Sydney Sidney Cricket Ground (2014)
Canada Montreal Parc Jarry (1969)
    Stade Olympique (1977)
  Toronto Exhibition Stadium (1977)
    Skydome (1989)
Japan Tokyo Tokyo Dome  (NL 2000)  (AL 2004)
Mexico Monterrey Estadio de Beisbol Monterrey (1996)
Puerto Rico San Juan Estadio Hiram Bithorn  (AL 2001)  (NL 2003)

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