Baseball in Stadiums

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Angel Stadium

Angel Stadium of Anaheim, CA, is the fourth oldest active MLB stadium. Home to California’s first MLB franchise the Los Angeles Angels, the ballpark has acquired its present state-of-the-art incarnation following periodical revamps. The baseball stadium’s design exhibits a unique blend of 1960s efficiency and 1990s retro-modern style. Angel Stadium began as a baseball-only facility […]

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Comerica Park is an iconic sports venue for its amazing, magical, and breathtaking skyline and outstanding building structure. Located in Downtown Detroit, MI, it is the home to MLB franchise the Detroit Tigers, winners of four World Series Titles and 11 AL Pennants. The ballpark was opened in 2000 replacing the historic Tiger Stadium, which […]

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Boston’s Fenway Park, the home ground of local MLB team the Red Sox, is the oldest active ballpark in the United States. It is the second smallest ballpark by total sitting capacity and the fifth smallest by the number of seats. Still, fans call it America’s most beloved ballpark thanks to Fenway Park’s unique features, […]

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Globe Life Field

Inaugurated in 2020, Globe Life Field is the newest member to join the illustrious list of MLB stadiums. Home to MLB franchise the Texas Rangers, this beautiful new ballpark is built through a public-private joint venture that included the Arlington city council. This multipurpose sports venue represents the latest in the world of ballparks in […]

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Loaded with the exciting adventure and interior, Guaranteed Rate Field is the most prolific symbol of sports and entertainment in Chicago. Home to MLB franchise the Chicago White Sox, the stadium signifies to what extent a modern ballpark ensnares baseball fans with exciting facilities and amenities. Its aura as a prime center of attraction is […]

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Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, MO, is revered for its iconic and alluring architecture. Home of the baseball powerhouse the Kansas City Royals, the stadium remains the sixth oldest MLB venue. It is a fascinating specimen of modernist ballpark design that swept ballpark construction in the 1960s and 1970s offering a more intimate and enchanting […]

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Minute Maid Park

Minute Maid Park is home to MLB franchise the Houston Astros. The baseball stadium replaced the 1965-era Astrodome, the first domed multipurpose stadium built in the world. Opened in 2000, the ballpark boasts a retractable roof and a field with completely natural grass. Minute Maid, a beverage subsidiary of Coca Cola, owns the naming rights […]

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Oriole Park at Camden Yards is home to the Baltimore Orioles, Maryland’s only MLB team. The first stadium to boast a “retro-classic” look, it became an inspiration for traditional-feeling asymmetrical ballparks in many US cities and also encouraged “retro-modern” ballpark designs. Its unique and astounding history led fans to call the Oriole Park stadium “the […]

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Progressive Field

Progressive Field is the most famous sports landmark in Cleveland, OH. Home to the Cleveland Guardians (Formerly Indians), one of eight MLB charter members, the stadium was exclusively constructed to revive baseball in the city. The world-class ballpark symbolizes a fan-friendly urban facility and became the keystone of downtown development that was built upon Cleveland’s […]

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For the last six decades, The Coliseum stands out as the most prominent sports venue in California’s Oakland. Opened in 1966 and renamed as RingCentral Coliseum in 2019, the massive ballpark exemplifies a multipurpose sports venue. It continues to host the MLB superteam Oakland Athletics ever since their relocation from Kansas City to Oakland. The […]

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Toronto Rogers Center is the world’s first stadium with a patent for its design and a fully retractable roof. Though owned by Rogers Communications, the owner of MLB franchise the Toronto Blue Jays, the sports arena exemplifies multi-purpose stadiums. It owes its origin to public demand to watch games uninterrupted by rain and the efforts […]

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T-Mobile Park – known as Safeco Field 2018 – is home to MLB franchise the Seattle Mariners. A retractable roof stadium, this Seattle ballpark is the only in MLB to host an interleague game on its opening day. It ranks sixth among MLB stadiums with a capacity of 47,929 seats and is the third biggest […]

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Target Field

Target Field is the most urban MLB ballpark in the United States. It was the third home of the Minnesota Twins after they relocated to Minneapolis in 1961 and sixth overall ever since the team was formed in Washington, D. C. in 1901. The design and construction of Target Field were one of the most […]

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The slanted, non-retractable domed roof and fan-friendly ambiance make Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL, one of its kind baseball park among all MLB venues. Home to the Tampa Bay Rays, the stadium boasts many unique features seldom found in many other stadiums. The Rays Touch Tank, a waterbody with a collection of Cownose Rays […]

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Yankee Stadium

Welcome to the costliest MLB ballpark ever constructed. Yankee Stadium represents the pomp, splendor, and mighty of baseball as a game. Home to 27-time world champions and 40 AL Pennants holders the New York Yankees, the stadium exudes an aura of magnificence that makes it an icon for baseball fans. With the second-highest seating capacity […]

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