List of Major League Baseball stadiums


List of Major League Baseball stadiums

The following is a list of current and former Major League Baseball stadiums.

Contents

Current stadiums

Stadiums are listed by their seating capacity for MLB games. Some stadiums can be expanded to fit larger crowds.

Key
dagger Indoor / Domed Stadiums
double-dagger Stadiums with a retractable roof
Image Stadium Seating Capacity Total Capacity City State/Province Playing Surface Team Opened Distance to Center Field Architectural Style
Dodger Stadium - August 2011.jpg Dodger Stadium 56,000 57,099 Los Angeles California Grass Los Angeles Dodgers 1962 400 feet (120 m) Modern
Coors field 1.JPG Coors Field 50,490 51,267 Denver Colorado Grass Colorado Rockies 1995 415 feet (126 m) Retro Classic
Yankee Stadium upper deck 2010.jpg Yankee Stadium 50,291 52,325 New York City (Bronx) New York Grass New York Yankees 2009 408 feet (124 m) Retro Classic
Turner field Braves.jpg Turner Field 50,097 54,357 Atlanta Georgia Grass Atlanta Braves 1996 401 feet (122 m) Retro Classic
Rogers Centre May 2011.jpg Rogers Centredouble-dagger 49,260 52,383 Toronto Ontario AstroTurf GameDay Grass 3D Toronto Blue Jays 1989 400 feet (120 m) Modern
Multipurpose
Ballpark in Arlington May 2009.jpg Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 49,170 52,419 Arlington Texas Grass Texas Rangers 1994 400 feet (120 m) Retro Classic
Flyover at Diamondbacks season opener 2010-04-05.JPG Chase Fielddouble-dagger 48,633 49,707 Phoenix Arizona Grass Arizona Diamondbacks 1998 407 feet (124 m) Retro Modern
SafecoFieldTop.jpg Safeco Fielddouble-dagger 47,878 48,052 Seattle Washington Grass Seattle Mariners 1999 405 feet (123 m) Retro Modern
Angel Stadium of Anaheim.jpg Angel Stadium of Anaheim 45,389 45,408 Anaheim California Grass Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 1966 400 feet (120 m) Modern
Retro Modern
CamdenYards 2005-05-08.jpg Oriole Park at Camden Yards 45,363 46,593 Baltimore Maryland Grass Baltimore Orioles 1992 400 feet (120 m) Retro Classic
Busch Stadium Panorama Crop.jpg Busch Stadium 43,975 47,399 St. Louis Missouri Grass St. Louis Cardinals 2006 400 feet (120 m) Retro Classic
Fieldatthepark.jpg Citizens Bank Park 43,651 46,575 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Grass Philadelphia Phillies 2004 401 feet (122 m) Retro Classic
Progressive Field.jpg Progressive Field 43,441 45,274 Cleveland Ohio Grass Cleveland Indians 1994 405 feet (123 m) Retro Modern
Petco Park January 2008.jpg PETCO Park 42,691 45,496 San Diego California Grass San Diego Padres 2004 396 feet (121 m) Retro Modern
Gabp from the gap.jpg Great American Ball Park 42,319 44,599 Cincinnati Ohio Grass Cincinnati Reds 2003 404 feet (123 m) Retro Modern
AT&T Park.jpg AT&T Park 41,915 44,046 San Francisco California Grass San Francisco Giants 2000 399 feet (122 m) Retro Classic
MillerPark2.jpg Miller Parkdouble-dagger 41,900 46,218 Milwaukee Wisconsin Grass Milwaukee Brewers 2001 400 feet (120 m) Retro Modern
Citi Field 2010 Night Game.jpg Citi Field 41,800 45,000 New York City (Queens) New York Grass New York Mets 2009 408 feet (124 m) Retro Classic
Nationals Park opening week 2009.jpg Nationals Park 41,546 44,685 Washington District of Columbia Grass Washington Nationals 2008 402 feet (123 m) Retro Modern
ComericaPark1.jpg Comerica Park 41,255 45,010 Detroit Michigan Grass Detroit Tigers 2000 420 feet (130 m) Retro Classic
Wrigley Field Police.jpg Wrigley Field 41,159 42,374 Chicago Illinois Grass Chicago Cubs 1914 400 feet (120 m) Jewel Box
Minute Maid Park 2010.JPG Minute Maid Parkdouble-dagger 40,967 43,836 Houston Texas Grass Houston Astros 2000 436 feet (133 m) Retro Modern
US Navy 100406-N-1232M-001 Sailors assigned to various commands at Naval Station Great Lakes unfurl an American flag before the 2010 home opening Chicago White Sox baseball game.jpg U.S. Cellular Field 40,615 41,432 Chicago Illinois Grass Chicago White Sox 1991 400 feet (120 m) Modern
Retro Classic
Target Field April 2010.jpg Target Field 39,504 42,035 Minneapolis Minnesota Grass Minnesota Twins 2010 403 feet (123 m) Retro Modern
PNC Park, Home of Pittsburgh Pirates.jpg PNC Park 38,362 39,511 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Grass Pittsburgh Pirates 2001 399 feet (122 m) Retro Classic
Kauffman Stadium at night, 2009.jpg Arvest Bank Stadium 37,903 40,055 Kansas City Missouri Grass Kansas City Royals 1973 410 feet (120 m) Modern
Retro Modern
Fenway from Legend's Box.jpg Fenway Park 37,493 39,067 Boston Massachusetts Grass Boston Red Sox 1912 389 feet 9 inches (118.80 m) Jewel Box
McAfee-2006 0601 211642.jpg O.co Coliseum 35,067 48,219 Oakland California Grass Oakland Athletics 1966 400 feet (120 m) Multipurpose
Tropicana Field Playing Field Opening Day 2010.JPG Tropicana Fielddagger 34,078 42,735 St. Petersburg Florida AstroTurf GameDay Grass Tampa Bay Rays 1990 404 feet (123 m) Modern
Multipurpose

Stadiums that can be expanded:
O.co Coliseum - 48,219 (without tarp covered seats)
Tropicana Field - 42,735 (without tarp covered seats)

Map of current stadiums

Future ballparks, proposed and under construction

Key
double-dagger Stadiums with a retractable roof
Image Stadium Estimated Capacity City State Playing Surface Team Estimated year
of completion
Distance to
Center Field
Status
Miami Ballpark August Construction Update.jpg Marlins Ballparkdouble-dagger 37,000 Miami Florida Grass Miami Marlins 2012 416 feet (127 m) Under Construction
Cisco Field 32,000 San Jose California Grass Oakland Athletics 2015 405 feet (123 m) Proposed

Former stadiums / ballparks

dagger Indoor / Domed Stadiums
Image City Stadium Team(s) Opened[a] Closed Other tenants Surface (other than grass)
Atlantafultoncountystadium.jpg Atlanta Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium Atlanta Braves (1966–1996) 1965 1996 Atlanta Crackers (1965); Atlanta Falcons (1966–1991), Peach Bowl (1971–1991)
Baltimore New Oriole Park Baltimore Orioles (1901–1902) 1901 1915 Baltimore Orioles (1903–1915)
BaltimoreMemorialStadium1991.jpg Baltimore Memorial Stadium Baltimore Orioles (1954–1991) 1922 1998 Baltimore Orioles (1944–1953); Baltimore Elite Giants (1944–1950); Baltimore Colts (1947–1950); Baltimore Colts (1953–1983); Bowie Baysox (1993); Baltimore Stallions (1994–1995); Baltimore Ravens (1996–1998)
Southendgrounds.jpg Boston South End Grounds Boston Braves 1871 1914
Congress Street Grounds 1890.jpg Boston Congress Street Grounds Boston Reds (1890–1891); Boston Braves (1894) 1890 1894
WorldSeries1903-640.jpg Boston Huntington Avenue Grounds Boston Red Sox 1901 1911
Braves Field 1916.jpg Boston Braves Field[b] Boston Braves 1915 1952 Boston Braves (football) (1932)
West Side Park 1906 World Series.JPG Chicago New West Side Park Chicago Cubs 1894 1915
South Side Park 1907.JPG Chicago South Side Park III Chicago White Sox (1901–1910) 1901 1940 Chicago American Giants (1910–1940)
Old comiskey park.jpg Chicago Comiskey Park Chicago White Sox 1910 1990 Chicago Cardinals (1922–1925; 1929–1958)
League park cincy.jpg Cincinnati League Park Cincinnati Reds 1884 1901
PalceotFans2.JPG Cincinnati Palace of the Fans Cincinnati Reds 1902 1911
Crosley Field from behind home plate.jpg Cincinnati Crosley Field Cincinnati Reds 1912 1970
Riverfront stadium.jpg Cincinnati Riverfront Stadium (1970–1996)
Cinergy Field (1997–2002)
Cincinnati Reds 1970 2002 Cincinnati Bengals (1970–1999) AstroTurf (1970–2000)
Leagueaerial.jpg Cleveland League Park Cleveland Spiders (1891–1899), Cleveland Indians (1901–1946) 1891 1946 Cleveland Buckeyes (1943–1946)
ClevelandMunicipalStadium1993Interior.jpg Cleveland Cleveland Stadium Cleveland Indians (1932–1993) 1932 1995 Cleveland Rams (1944–1945); Cleveland Browns (1946–1995)
Arlington Stadium 1992 - 3.jpg Dallas-Fort Worth (Arlington) Arlington Stadium Texas Rangers (baseball) (1972–1993) 1965 1993 Dallas-Fort Worth Spurs (1965–1972)
Mile High Stadium 1994.jpg Denver Mile High Stadium Colorado Rockies (1993–1994) 1948 2001 Denver Bears/Zephyrs (1948–1992); Denver Broncos (1960–2001); Denver Gold (1983–1985); Colorado Rapids (1996–2001); Rocky Mountain Showdown (1998–2000)
BennetPark.jpg Detroit Bennett Park Detroit Tigers 1896 1911
Inside Tiger Stadium, Detroit.jpg Detroit Navin Field (1912–1937)
Briggs Stadium (1938–1960)
Tiger Stadium (1961–1999)
Detroit Tigers 1912 1999 Detroit Lions (1938–1974)
Houston Colt Stadium Houston Colt .45s 1962 1964
Astros clinch playoff berth!.jpg Houston Houston Astrodomedagger Houston Astros 1965 1999 Houston Oilers (1968–1996); Houston Cougars (1968–1998); Texans (1974); Houston Gamblers (1984–1985), Bluebonnet Bowl (1968–1984, 1987), Houston Bowl (2001–2002), 1971 Final Four Astroturf (1966–1999)
Yankees vs. Athletics at Municipal Stadium.jpg Kansas City Municipal Stadium Kansas City Athletics (1955–1967); Kansas City Royals (1969–1972) 1925 1972 Kansas City Blues (1925–1954); Kansas City Monarchs (1925–1962); Kansas City Chiefs (1963–1971)
LA Coliseum 1959 World Series.jpg Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles Dodgers (1958–1961) 1923 USC Trojans (1923–present), UCLA Bruins (1928–1981), Los Angeles Rams (1946–1979), Los Angeles Chargers (1960), Los Angeles Raiders (1982–1994), Los Angeles Express (1983–1985), Los Angeles Xtreme (2001), 1932 Summer Olympics, 1984 Summer Olympics
Los Angeles Wrigley Field 1952.jpg Los Angeles Wrigley Field Los Angeles Angels (1961) 1925 1961 Los Angeles Angels (PCL) (1925–1957); Hollywood Stars (1926–1935; 1938)
Marlins 2008 001.jpg Miami (Miami Gardens) Joe Robbie Stadium (1987–1996)
Pro Player Park (1996)
Pro Player Stadium (1996–2005)
Dolphins Stadium (2005-2006)
Dolphin Stadium (2006-2009)
Land Shark Stadium (2009-2010)
Sun Life Stadium (2010-present)
Florida Marlins (1993–2011) 1987 Miami Dolphins (1987-present); Miami Hurricanes (2008-present)
Lloyd Street Grounds.jpg Milwaukee Lloyd Street Grounds Milwaukee Brewers (1901) 1895 1903
CountyStadium2000FirstBaseSide.jpg Milwaukee Milwaukee County Stadium Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965) Milwaukee Brewers (1970–2000) 1953 2000 Green Bay Packers (2 or 3 games per season, 1953–1994)
Metropolitan Stadium 1965.jpg Minneapolis-St. Paul (Bloomington) Metropolitan Stadium Minnesota Twins (1961–1981) 1956 1981 Minneapolis Millers (1956–1960); Minnesota Vikings (1961–1981); Minnesota Kicks (1976–1981)
Metrodome Twins.jpg Minneapolis-St. Paul (Minneapolis) Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodomedagger Minnesota Twins (1982–2009) 1982 Minnesota Vikings (1982–present); Minnesota Strikers (NASL) (1984); Minnesota Timberwolves (1989-1990); Super Bowl XXVI (1992); 1992 Final Four; 2001 Final Four; Minnesota Golden Gophers football (1982-2008) and baseball (1995-present, selected games) SuperTurf (1982–1986); AstroTurf (1987–2003); FieldTurf (2004-present)
Jarry night.jpg Montreal Jarry Park[c] Montreal Expos 1969 1976
2004 Expos.jpg Montreal Olympic Stadiumdagger Montreal Expos (1977–2004) 1976 Montreal Alouettes (1976–1986; 1996–1997; occasional playoff games); 1976 Summer Olympics AstroTurf (1977–2001, 2005–2006); Defargo Astrograss (2002–2003); FieldTurf (2004)
Newark Harrison Park Newark Pepper (FL) (1915) 1915 1923
Yankee Stadium view from upper deck 2007.jpg New York City (The Bronx) Yankee Stadium I New York Yankees (1923-1973), (1976-2008) 1923 2008 New York Giants (NFL) (1956–1973)
Union grounds 1865.jpg New York City (Brooklyn) Union Grounds New York Mutuals (1871–1876); Brooklyn Eckfords (NA) (1872); Brooklyn Atlantics (NA) (1873-1875); Brooklyn Hartfords (1877) 1862 1883
Capitoline Grounds.jpg New York City (Brooklyn) Capitoline Grounds Brooklyn Atlantics (NA) (1872) 1863 1880
WashingtonPark02.JPG New York City (Brooklyn) Washington Park Brooklyn Dodgers (1884-1891; 1898–1912); Brooklyn Tip Tops (FL)(1914–1915) 1883 1915
EasternPark.JPG New York City (Brooklyn) Eastern Park Brooklyn Ward's Wonders (PL) (1890); Brooklyn Dodgers (1891–1897) 1890 ?
Ebbets1913OpeningDay.jpg New York City (Brooklyn) Ebbets Field Brooklyn Dodgers 1913 1957 Brooklyn Dodgers (NFL) (1930–1944)
Polo Grounds original.JPG New York City (Manhattan) Polo Grounds I New York Giants (1883–1888); New York Metropolitans (AA) (1883-1885) 1880 1888
New York City (Manhattan) Metropolitan Park New York Metropolitans (AA) (1884) 1884 1884
Manhattan Field ca1901.JPG New York City (Manhattan) Polo Grounds II New York Giants (1889–1890) 1889 c 1910
No Known Restrictions Polo Grounds during World Series Game, 1913 from the Bain Collection (LOC) (434431507).jpg New York City (Manhattan) Polo Grounds III New York Giants (PL) (1890); New York Giants (1891–1957); New York Yankees (1913–1922); New York Mets (1962–1963) 1890 1963 New York Giants (NFL) (1925–1955); New York Yanks (1949); New York Titans/Jets (1960–1963)
Hilltoppark1903.jpg New York City (Manhattan) Hilltop Park New York Yankees 1903 1912
New York City (Queens) Ridgewood Park Brooklyn Dodgers (1886-1889)(Sunday games); Brooklyn Gladiators (AA) (1890) 1883 1959
SheaStadium.jpg New York City (Queens) Shea Stadium New York Mets (1964–2008); New York Yankees (1974–1975) 1964 2008 New York Jets (1964–1983); New York Giants (NFL) (1975)
StGeorgeCricketGrounds1.JPG New York City (Staten Island) St. George Cricket Grounds New York Metropolitans (AA) (1886-1887); New York Giants (1889) 1886 ?
Baker Bowl 1915.jpg Philadelphia Baker Bowl Philadelphia Phillies 1887 1938 Philadelphia Eagles (1933–1935)
Columbia Park Philadelphia.jpg Philadelphia Columbia Park Philadelphia Athletics 1901 1908 Philadelphia Athletics (NFL) (1902)
Grand Stand Entrance of Shibe Park.jpg Philadelphia Shibe Park (1909–1954)
Connie Mack Stadium (1955–1970)
Philadelphia Athletics (1909–1954) Philadelphia Phillies (1938–1970) 1909 1970 Philadelphia Eagles (1940–1957)
VeteransStadium1986.jpg Philadelphia Veterans Stadium Philadelphia Phillies 1971 2003 Philadelphia Eagles (1971–2002) Philadelphia Atoms (1973-1975) Philadelphia Fury (1978-1980) Philadelphia Stars (1983-1984) AstroTurf (1971–2000); NexTurf (2001–2003)
First pro football game landmarker.jpg Pittsburgh Recreation Park Pittsburgh Pirates (1882-1891) 1876 1904 Pittsburgh Panthers (1889-1904); Pittsburgh Stogies(1884);Pittsburgh Stars(1902) Grass
Exposition Park.jpg Pittsburgh Exposition Park Pittsburgh Pirates (1891–1909) 1891 1915 Pittsburgh Rebels (1914–1915); Pittsburgh Panthers (1900-1909) Grass
Forbes Field exterior.jpg Pittsburgh Forbes Field Pittsburgh Pirates 1909 1970 Pittsburgh Steelers (1933–1963); Pittsburgh Panthers 1909-1924; Pittsburgh Crawfords (1930-1932); Homestead Grays (1939–1948) Grass
ThreeRiversStadium.jpg Pittsburgh Three Rivers Stadium Pittsburgh Pirates 1970 2000 Pittsburgh Steelers (1970–2000); Pittsburgh Maulers (1984);Pittsburgh Panthers (2000) Tartanturf (1970–1982); AstroTurf (1983–2000)
BuschMemorialStadium.jpg St. Louis Busch Memorial Stadium (1966–1981)
Busch Stadium (1982–2005)
St. Louis Cardinals (1966–2005) 1966 2005 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) (1966–1987); St. Louis Stars (1967-68 and 1971-74); St. Louis Rams (1995) AstroTurf (1970–1995)
Sportsman's Park 1946 World Series-1.jpg St. Louis Sportsman's Park St. Louis Cardinals (1882–1892; 1920–1966) St. Louis Browns (1902–1953) 1882 1966 St. Louis Cardinals (NFL) (1960–1965)
St. Louis Robison Field (New Sportsman's Park) St. Louis Cardinals 1893 1920
Qualcomm Stadium-baseball.jpg San Diego San Diego Stadium (1967–1980)
Jack Murphy Stadium (1980–1997)
Qualcomm Stadium 1997–present)
San Diego Padres (1969–2003) 1967 San Diego Chargers (1967–present); San Diego State Aztecs (1968–present); San Diego Sockers (1978–1984)
San Francisco Seals Stadium San Francisco Giants (1958–1959) 1931 1959 Mission Reds (1931–1937); San Francisco Seals (1931–1957)
The view from our section.jpg San Francisco Candlestick Park San Francisco Giants (1960–1999) 1960 Oakland Raiders (1961); San Francisco 49ers (1971–present)
Sick's Stadium, 1967.gif Seattle Sick's Stadium Seattle Pilots (1969) 1932 1969 Seattle Rainiers (1932–1968, 1972–1976), Seattle Steelheads (1946)
10 inside kindome.jpg Seattle The Kingdomedagger Seattle Mariners (1977–1999) 1976 2000 Seattle Seahawks (1976–1999); Seattle SuperSonics (1978–1985), 1984 Final Four, 1989 Final Four, 1995 NCAA Final Four AstroTurf
Blue Jays v White Sox 1977.jpg Toronto Exhibition Stadium Toronto Blue Jays (1977–1989) 1959 1989 Toronto Argonauts (1959–1988) AstroTurf
Washington American League Park Washington Senators 1901 1902
American League Park Washington 1905.jpg Washington National Park Washington Senators 1903 1910
Griffith Stadium Grandstand.jpg Washington Griffith Stadium Washington Senators (1911–1960) (new) Washington Senators (1961) 1911 1961 Washington Redskins (1937–1960); Homestead Grays (1940–1950)
RFK Stadium baseball.JPG Washington D.C. Stadium (1961–1968)/RFK Stadium(1969–present) (new) Washington Senators (1962–1971) Washington Nationals (2005–2007) 1961 Washington Redskins (1961–1996); D.C. United (1996–present)

Notes

  • a Boldface indicates World Series won in inaugural year
  • b Braves Field has never been closed; the majority of stands were demolished in 1955, with the remainder reconfigured into present-day Nickerson Field.
  • c Jarry Park Stadium has never been closed or demolished, but rather reconfigured into present-day Stade Uniprix, a tennis venue.

See also

References

Further reading
  • Lowry, Phillip (October 31, 2006). Green Cathedrals: The Ultimate Celebration of All Major League Ballparks. Walker & Company. ISBN 0802715621. 
  • Ritter, Lawrence (March 8, 1994). Lost Ballparks: A Celebration of Baseball's Legendary Fields. Studio. ISBN 9780140234220. 

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