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MLB stadiums

All the baseball stadiums that I've been to. Just the ones that are still around, and in order of attendance.

Updated October 12, 2017
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  1. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
    Located a few blocks from the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Oriole Park at Camden Yards started a trend that would change Major League Baseball (MLB) forever. More commonly known as just Camden Yards, the ballpark opened in 1992, and started the tren…
  2. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Detroit, Michigan, USA
    One of the best ballparks that I visited so far. As you about to enter the ballpark, you see tiger statues everywhere. There is one huge tiger sculpture in front of the entrance, and couple tiger statues looking down at another entrance. There is…
  3. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Chicago, Illinois, USA
    This stadium tends to get overlooked, sitting in the South Side of Chicago, as its North Side counterpart tends to get all the glory as the Friendly Confines. Built in 1991, a year too early before the wave of retro ballparks that would overtook b…
  4. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
    Being the third baseball stadium bearing the same name in St. Louis, Busch Stadium is sometimes nicknamed “Busch Stadium III” or “New Busch Stadium”. It opened in 2006, which also happens to be the year when the Cardinals won the World Series…
    This review was featured on Friday November 20th, 2015
  5. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Denver, Colorado, USA
    Located in the Lower Downtown (or LoDo) area of Denver, Coors Field opened in 1995, which was a couple years after the Colorado Rockies came into Major League Baseball. During those first 2 years, the Rockies played in Mile High Stadium, which was mo…
  6. Very cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Oakland, California, USA
    One of the few cookie cutter stadiums left in baseball, the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, commonly known as the Oakland Coliseum, is the home of the Oakland Athletics baseball team and Raiders football team. This review will be mainly for baseball…
  7. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in San Francisco, California, USA
    In the city by the bay, AT&T Park was built by the bay, and opened in 2000. The place has gone through a few name changes, and has a bunch of features to check out. Along the right field side is an area of the bay more commonly known as McCovey Co…
  8. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Chicago, Illinois, USA
    Located in the North Side of Chicago, Wrigley Field is the home of the lovable losers, the Chicago Cubs. It opened in 1914, making it the second oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball (only Fenway Park in Boston is older). Nicknamed the Friendly Co…
  9. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
    Located outside of downtown, Miller Park has been home to the Milwaukee Brewers since 2001. Originally planned to open at the start of the 2000 season, it was delayed due to a construction accident that killed 3 workers. Work had to stop, as there wa…
    This review was featured on Monday December 10th, 2012
  10. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Los Angeles, California, USA
    Located on the edge of downtown, Dodger Stadium is the third oldest stadium in Major League Baseball, opening in 1962. That was 4 years after the team moved into Los Angeles from Brooklyn. There is a bus called the Dodger Express that takes fans f…
  11. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Bronx, New York, USA
    The name of this stadium is often the first thing that comes to mind, when it comes to the borough of the Bronx. This Yankee Stadium is a good place to watch a ballgame, and has some interesting attractions. Sometimes nicknamed “Yankee Stadium I…
  12. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Arlington, Texas, USA
    Located in the city of Arlington, the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is an okay ballpark in itself. But is it worth going out of your way for it? Starting with the city itself, which is located between Dallas and Fort Worth. It can only be reached …
  13. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Houston, Texas, USA
    Located in downtown Houston, Minute Maid Park is definitely a good place to watch a ballgame. And more accessible by public transportation, if you have the patience for it. The ballpark first opened in 2000, originally named Enron Field. When the…
  14. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    Located in downtown, across from the Cavaliers arena, Progressive Field is a nice place to watch a baseball game and in a very nice location. Accessible by public transportation on the Red Line of the RTA, at the Tower City stop. It takes you into…
    This review was featured on Saturday August 22nd, 2015
  15. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
    Located in downtown, right by the Ohio River, the Great American Ball Park is a baseball stadium that does pay respects to team history, and a great place to watch a game. Getting to it is not hard, but I don’t think there are any buses that go…
  16. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
    Opened at the start of the 2010 season, Target Field would be where the Twins play their home games outdoors for the first time since 1982. As a result, it would be exposed to the elements, as the case for the game that I was at. You can read that pa…
  17. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Washington, District of Columbia, USA
    Located in the Navy Yard area, Nationals Park opened in the 2008 season, which was their 4th season in Washington DC. Very close to a Metro stop, it is a very short walk. Across from it, is a beer garden, where IDs are checked for anyone entering. …
  18. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Flushing, New York, USA
    Opened in 2009 in the Flushing area of Queens, Citi Field was built across the site of the Mets previous stadium, Shea Stadium, which it replaced. The subway stop remains the same, which is called Mets-Willets Point. You can see the tennis stadium wh…
  19. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Phoenix, Arizona, USA
    Located in the downtown area, Chase Field has been home of the Arizona Diamondbacks since their start in 1998. And one of the few ballparks to have a retractable roof. It is part of the sports complex, that also includes the arena of the Phoenix Suns…
  20. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Anaheim, California, USA
    Located in Orange County, the Angel Stadium of Anaheim is the home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Getting there, is tricky without a car. There are trains to get there, either by Amtrak or Metrolink. And very close to the stadium. Angel Sta…
SWFC_Fan says:
I've been wondering how to make use of the lists on this website - this is an excellent idea! :-)
Posted on: Feb 06, 2017
EmEm says:
Great idea for a list! And very interesting!
Posted on: Oct 23, 2016
WaltJake says:
My bucket list is to see a game at every stadium, as well! You have a bit more than I do!
Posted on: Apr 01, 2016
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