Baseball in Stadiums

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American Family Field

American Family Field is the home of the MLB franchise Milwaukee Brewers, which boasts the distinction of playing in four major league divisions. One of the seven retractable-roof ballparks, the stadium is the first to open with a fan-shaped convertible roof. Located off Interstate 94 in Wisconsin’s largest city Milwaukee, Am-Fam Field withered a stormy […]

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Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals, the winners of 19 NL Pennants and champions of 11 World Series titles – the highest in the National League and the second most in the MLB after the Yankees. Popularly called “New Busch Stadium,” it is the 10th largest ballpark in the major league. Busch […]

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Chase Field

Chase Field in downtown Phoenix is home to Arizona Diamondbacks, one of the latest major league franchises. Formerly Bank One Ballpark, became Chase Field in 2005 after JPMorgan Chase acquired Bank One, which originally held the naming rights. It is the first US sports arena both with a roof and a natural-grass field. A retro-modern […]

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Citi Field

Located in Flushing Meadows, New York City, Citi Field is an impressive ballpark that adds to the glory of the most populous US city and makes it more attractive for tourists all over the world. With an astonishing construction and memorable history, the baseball stadium is the home field of New York’s National League East […]

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Citizens Bank Park

Citizens Bank Park represents the latest generation of the finest ballparks of the United State. Located within South Philadelphia Sports Complex, this Pennsylvania-based baseball stadium is home to MLB franchise the Philadelphia Phillies. Enchanting natural grass with a vast blue skyline, Citizens Bank Park cast a spell on every baseball fan visiting there. Constructed as […]

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Coors Field

Located at the heart of Denver, Coors Field is home to the Colorado Rockies, one of the youngest MLB franchises. The baseball stadium is the second largest in the major league by capacity. An open-air, natural grass “old-time ballpark,” Coors Field showcases the Rocky Mountain landscape and the region’s history. The ballpark’s lower, upper, and […]

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Great American Ballpark

Great American Ballpark is home to the Cincinnati Reds, the fifth oldest continuing MLB team and one with the oldest origin. Overlooking the Ohio River, this Cincinnati ballpark is the sixth home of the Reds since 1891 and is a retro-modern design. Opened in 2003, Great American Ballpark became an instant hit with baseball fans […]

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LoanDepot Park

LoanDepot Park is the most-admired sports venue in Miami, Florida. An architectural marvel, the park is the home of MLB franchise the Miami Marlins. The fascinating ballpark is built on the former site of the Miami Orange Bowl. It is the first to boast the neomodern-style baseball stadium design with several exciting features. A stunning […]

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Nationals Park

Located in the Navy Yard on the Anacostia River, Nationals Park is the home of the MLB franchise Washington Nationals. Built in 2008, it is a spectacular baseball stadium at the heart of Washington D.C. and the first LEED-certified green ballpark in the United States. The ballpark has won accolades for its unique infrastructure, fascinating […]

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PNC Park

PNC Park on the banks of the Allegheny River provides an intimate experience for baseball fans. Home to the MLB’s fourth oldest franchise Pittsburgh Pirates, it ranks among the most exciting urban sports venues. This retro-classic ballpark is the seventh smallest in the MLB and second-smallest in the National League. An interesting mix of progressiveness […]

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Truist Park

Truist Park, the home ground of the Atlanta Braves, inspires baseball fans with its eye-catching construction and enchanting features. Located in Cumberland and 10 miles from downtown Atlanta, the baseball stadium unveils a fascinating view of the Atlanta metropolitan skyline. Inaugurated in 2017, Truist Park symbolizes the most-recent revolution in the baseball experience. Within a […]

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Wrigley Field

Chicago’s Wrigley Field is a national monument for baseball fans and the most prominent icon of baseball’s golden age. Opened in 1914, this home ground of the Chicago Cubs is the oldest National League ballpark and second oldest MLB stadium after Fenway Park. Wrigley Field is one of the last remaining examples of “Jewel Box” […]

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