I invite fans of this Web site to share any photos which they have taken of the major league ballparks. There are currently no photos on the pages for the ones listed below, most of which are no longer in existence. I would also be glad to include photos of stadiums that served as "neutral venues," or photos that are of better quality than the current ones...
I always credit the original photographers, and am much obliged to the following people:
Mario Vara III
William R Kooney
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Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
Angels (Anaheim) Stadium
Mile High Stadium
Minute Maid Park
Busch Stadium II
Three Rivers Stadium
Champion Stadium (Orlando)
(Includes major revisions, minor revisions, pages with additional diagrams, and future stadiums that are under construction. This is only a rough guide; the sequence is subject to change.)
For the first time since September 1986 (just before groundbreaking on Skydome in Toronto), there are no major league baseball stadiums currently under construction. Therefore, the table that used to occupy this space has been removed.
Zach LaFleur, Fowlerville, MI -- Feb 14, 2014 21:37 PM 1 visit(s). My rating: 7 This park needs to be expanded to at least 53000 seats or similar to the old Tiger Stadium! Other than that, it is awesome and the seats in the upper two seating decks are not that far away as many people say! This is due the the inward slant of the superstructure on the outside of the grandstands, similar to Atlanta Fulton County Stadium! D.J. Lee Jones needs to bring his keyboard to the games and play some good ballpark organ music live, however, and not blast all that prerecorded noise where you can't even hear yourself think, or cheer on the Tigers! What we really needed was a cable and slab system either in Comerica, or preferably Tiger Stadium, similar to the rebuilt Yankee Stadium in 1974-75 in order to not have columns, yet have that close in view from upstairs, while also having a nice sized roof over the grandstand! Our roof is far too skimpy over decks two and three, and deck one only has a terrace at the rear that is out of the hot sun!
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