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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NOTE: The "Feedjit" service, which tracks the location of visitors to this Web site, is presently on the blink, causing problems in loading this page, so I have removed it for the time being.
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.
Bruce Becker, Bellingham, WA -- Aug 28, 2013 12:44 PM 10 visit(s). My rating: 9 Saw scores of games from 1958-68 including doubleheaders vs. every NL opponent. Researched and painted two interiors for Bill Goff, Inc. 20 years ago I was the expert for Connie Mack Stadium signage. The gamblers sat in the CF upper deck. Field ran slightly uphill from RF foul line due to natural slope on 21st ST. Shallow slope from deep CF to the fence. RF scoreboard was purchased from the NYYankees when they installed a new one. Close examination of photos of interior reveal jerry-rigged poles and supports as the park showed her age. PHILCO Lucky numbers were posted on the light standard in RCF.
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(Regular season winning percentages in parentheses.) Boldfaced scores indicate the winning team.Underlined scores denote extra-inning games. Olive-shaded score boxes denote games won by the VISITING team. Higher-seeded teams (those with the initial home field advantage) are shown on the BOTTOM side in each matchup. However, beginning with 2012, each league has TWO wild card teams, competing in a one-game "play-in," and whichever of those two teams that wins in each league is displayed below (after the outcome is known), so as to properly align with the subsequent divisional series scores. Beginning in 2003, the league that wins the All Star Game gets the initial home field advantage in the World Series; prior to 2003, initial home field advantage in the World Series alternated from year to year. Except for 2002 (the infamous tie), the American League won the All Star Game every year between 1997 and 2009.