Baseball in Stadiums

American
League Stadiums

There are 15 stadiums in American League, 1 in Canada, 14 in United States. Fenway Park home of the Boston Red Sox, is currently oldest active stadium debuting in 1912. The newest addition is Global Life field which open in 2020 as the new home to Texas Rangers.

National
League Stadiums

There are 15 stadiums in National League,All in the United States.Wrigley field home to the Chicago cub is currently oldest active stadium in 1914.The newest addition is Truist Park which open in 2020 as the new home to the Atlanta Braves.

SOME FAMOUS PAST STADIUMS

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Old Yankee Stadium – 1923

 Home to the New York Yankees from 1923 to 2008, the original Yankee Stadium remained the city’s most famous sports symbol until its demolition. Often eulogized as the “the Cathedral...

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Ebbets Field

Once a major league baseball stadium, Ebbets Field was in Brooklyn, New York. It was named after Charles H. Ebbets, the Dodgers’ co-owner and a sports administrator. The baseball stadium...

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Polo Grounds/ Source: NYT

Polo Grounds III

Polo Ground III or Brotherhood Park was the last three “bathtub-style” ballparks built in Manhattan, New York City. It was the very baseball stadium that made the name Polo Grounds...

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EBBETS FIELD

This stadium was the proud home to the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team from 1913 to 1957. In fact, it also served as a home of five professional football teams, from 1921 to 1948.

POLO GROUNDS

This stadium was the home to the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team from 1913 to 1957. In fact, it also served as a home of five professional football teams, from 1921 to 1948.

OLD YANKEE STADIUM

Home to the New York Yankees from 1923 to 2008, the original Yankee Stadium remained the city’s most famous sports symbol until its demolition. Often eulogized as "the Cathedral of Baseball.”

FORBES FIELD

Forbes Field was first National League stadium and the third Major League stadium to be built with steel and concrete when most ballparks were wooded.

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