MLB Ball Parks

Consolidated List Of Your Big Show
Playgrounds Across The Nation

Baseball History And Our Nation Is Portrayed
All Across Our Country At Our MLB Ball Parks

MLB Ball Parks are not just simply homes for our Major League baseball teams they are replete with history of the game and includes a parallel inclusion of much of our Nations history.

From the mid to late 19th Century the game of baseball and our then young and growing Nation grew up together. Baseballfarming has tried to capture this growing process by bringing you much about our game of baseball.

History of our Nation and the game of baseball travelled parallel lives while both witnessed their own struggles to grow which has proven that the battles testing to survive only strenthened their resolve. The mettle and "want to" resolve of baseball players toward playing greatness is part of the core value also of our nations people.

Our MLB ball parks as home for baseball teams is also a focal point embodiying much more than baseball as it tends to provide a correlation of the growing of our Country. Sort of a time line story of never ending capturing of events within our baseball world with our ballparks in the United States of America.

Team name- Stadium name- Year Opened- Capacity

  • Los Angeles Dodgers- Dodger Stadium- 1962- 56,000
  • New York Yankees- Yankee Stadium- 2009- 52,325
  • Colorado Rockies- Coors Field- 1995- 50,445
  • Atlanta Braves- Turner Field- 1996- 50,097
  • Toronto Blue Jays- Rogers Centre- 1989- 49,539
  • Texas Rangers-Rangers Ballpark in Arlington-1994- 49,200
  • Arizona Diamondbacks- Chase Field- 1998- 49,033
  • Baltimore Orioles-Oriole Park Camden Yards- 1992- 48,876
  • Seattle Mariners- Safeco Field- 1999- 47,116
  • St. Louis Cardinals- Busch Stadium- 2006- 46,861
  • Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim- Angel Stadium- 1966- 45,050
  • Philadelphia Phillies- Citizens Bank Park- 2004- 43,647
  • Cleveland Indians- Progressive Field- 1994- 43,515
  • San Diego Padres- Petco Park- 2004- 42,445
  • Cincinnati Reds- Riverfront Stadium- 2007- 42,059
  • Milwaukee Brewers- Miller Park- 2001- 41,900
  • Washington Nationals- Nationals Park- 2008- 41,888
  • New York Mets- Citi Field- 2009- 41,800
  • Detroit Tigers- Comerica Park- 2000- 41,782
  • San Francisco Giants- AT&T Park- 2000- 41,503
  • Chicago Cubs- Wrigley Field- 1914- 41,160
  • Houston Astros- Minute Maid Park- 2000- 40,950
  • Chicago White Sox- U.S. Cellular Field- 1991- 40,615
  • Minnesota Twins- Target Field- 2010- 39,504
  • Kansas City Royals- Kauffman Stadium- 1973- 39,000
  • Miami Marlins- Marlins Park- 2012- 37,000
  • Pittsburgh Pirates- PNC Park- 2001- 38,496
  • Boston Red Sox- Fenway Park- 1912- 37,402
  • Tampa Bay Rays- Tropicana Field- 1990- 36,973
  • Oakland Athletics- Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum- 1966- 35,067 When leaving this page return to your lead page on ball parks which provides significant more data about the baseball ball parks around the contry MLB Ball Parks

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    The crowd has settled in their seats with their Big Orange and Popcorn and the Ump has screamed his call to get the show on the road we shall whoop and holler and enjoy till the Fat Lady Sings.