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Progressive Field Cleveland Indians About Stadium An open-air baseball stadium located in Cleveland, Ohio, Progressive Field is the home field of Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians. The stadium is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex which also holds the home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, Quicken Loans Arena. The park was designed by […]

PNC Park Pittsburgh Pirates About Stadium An open-air baseball stadium built on the North Shore of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PNC Park primarily serves as home to Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates. It’s the fifth stadium that the Pittsburgh Pirates have called home in Pittsburgh since arriving in the city. The stadium was designed in a […]

Petco Park San Diego Padres About Stadium A multi=purpose venue located in downtown San Diego, Petco Park serves as the home field for Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres. The venue is equally busy hosting other events outside of baseball, such as concerts, football games, golf, and even some rugby matches. The Padres previously played […]

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Baltimore Orioles About Stadium Commonly referred to as Camden Yards or simply, Oriole Park, it’s a ballpark located in downtown Baltimore, maryland and serves as the home field for Major League Baseball’s Baltimore Orioles. Often considered to be the first retro-style ballpark of the modern era, Oriole Park at Camden […]

Oakland Alameda Coliseum Oakland Athletics About Stadium A multi-purpose facility built in the Oakland area of California, the Oakland Alameda Coliseum serves as home to Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics. In addition to serving as the home field for MLB’s Oakland Athletics, the field also serves as home for the NFL’s Oakland Raiders football team. […]

Nationals Park Washington Nationals About Stadium An open-air ballpark built in Washington, D.C. Nationals Park is the home field of Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals. After relocating to Washington in 2005, the Nationals played their first few seasons at the NFL’s Washington Redskins’ former home, RFK Stadium. The park was designed by Washington D.C.’s own […]

Minute Maid Park Houston Astros About Stadium An open-air ballpark located in downtown Houston, Texas, Minute Maid Park is the home of Major League Baseball’s Houston Astros franchise. The park was originally named The Ballpark at Union Station and then changed to Enron Field, and again to Astros Field, before settling on its current name. […]

Miller Park Milwaukee Brewers About Stadium A multi-purpose stadium located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Miller Park primarily serves as the home field for Major League Baseball’s Milwaukee Brewers. The field has a retractable roof that can open and close within 10 minutes, as well as a number of other modern amenities to give a contemporary feel […]

Marlins Park Miami Marlins About Stadium Located in downtown Miami, Florida, Marlins Park is a ballpark with a retractable roof and serves as home to Major League Baseball’s Miami Marlins. The park is the third smallest out of all the major league ballparks by both official capacity as well as actual capacity. The construction of […]

Kauffman Stadium Kansas City Royals About Stadium Commonly referred to by locals as “The K”, Kauffma Stadium is an open-air ballpark located in Kansas City, Missouri and serves as home to Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals. Kauffman stadium is one of two stadiums that make up the Truman Sports Complex downtown, the other stadium […]

Great American Ballpark Cincinnati Reds About Stadium Located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, Great American Ball Park serves as the home field for Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds. The stadium was built as a replacement for the Reds’ old home field at Cinergy Field, also formerly known as Riverfront Stadium, which they played in from 1970 […]

Globe Life Park in Arlington Texas Rangers About Stadium Built in downtown Arlington, Texas, Globe of Life Park in Arlington serves as home to Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers franchise. Constructed as a replacement for the Texas Rangers’ old home field, Arlington Stadium, their new home was originally known as The Ballpark in Arlington till […]

Fenway Park Boston Red Sox About Stadium Located in downtown Boston, Fenway park is the historic home field to Major League Baseball’s Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox have played at the field since 1912, making it the oldest professional baseball field currently in use by a Major League Baseball franchise. Due to its age, […]

Dodger Stadium Los Angeles Dodgers About Stadium Located in the Elysian Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, Dodger Stadium is the long time home of Major League Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers. The stadium originally opened on April 10, 1962, making it over 50 years old and one of the oldest ballparks still in use by […]

Coors Field Colorado Rockies About Stadium An open-air ballpark located in downtown Denver, COlorado, Coors Field is the home of Major League Baseball’s Colorado Rockies. The naming rights to the park are owned by local brewery Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado which has owned the rights since the field’s completion in 1995. It’s by […]

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