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Major League Baseball:
Stadium names
chronology



This chronological page replaces the old Stadium names page, which is listed in alphabetical order. See notes at the bottom.

City / team 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s
Philadelphia Phillies H
G
Baker Bowl (1914 - 1938) ...
Phil. Athletics
& Phillies
Shibe Park (1909 - 1952) ## Connie Mack Stadium
(1953 - 1970)
Pittsburgh Pirates Forbes Field (1909 - 1969)
St. Louis Browns & Cardinals Sportsman's Park (1909 - 1953) ## Busch Stad.
(1954 - 1965)
Chicago
White Sox
W
S
P
Comiskey Park (1913 - 1961) White Sox Park
(1962 - 1975)
Comiskey Park
(1976 - 1989)
Cleveland Indians S
P
Dunn Park
(1916 - 27)
League Park
(1928 - 1946)
thumbnail stadium diagram
Washington Senators National Park
(1911 - 21)
Griffith Stadium (1922 - 1961)
New York Giants, Yanks, (Mets) B
S
Polo Grounds (1912 - 1963) ##
Detroit
Tigers
Navin Field
(1912 - 1937)
Briggs Stadium
(1938 - 1959)
Tiger Stadium (1960 - 1999) ...
Cincinnati Reds Redland Field
(1912 - 1933)
Crosley Field (1934 - 1970)
Boston
Red Sox
A
L
P
Fenway Park (1912 - )
Brooklyn
Dodgers
Ebbets Field (1913 - 1957)
Chicago
Cubs
W
P
Cubs Park
(1916-25)
Wrigley Field (1926 - )
Boston
Braves
Braves Field
(1915 - 1935)
Bee Hive Braves Field
(1942-1952)
...
New York
Yankees
Yankee Stadium (1923 - 1973) Sh ea (reconstruction)       Yankee Stadium (1976 - 2008)
Cleveland
Indians
LFS,
CPMS
Municipal Stadium
(1940s - 1950s)
Cleveland Stadium (1960s - 1995)
City / team 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s
Milwaukee
Braves & Brewers
(Milwaukee) County Stadium (1953 - 1999)
Baltimore Orioles Memorial Stadium (1954 - 1991) ...
Kansas City
Athletics & Royals
Municipal Stadium
(1955 - 1972)
San Francisco Giants (Seals
Stad.)
Candlestick Park (1960 - 1993) 3-Com Stadium Ca.
Pk.
Mons. Park
Minnesota Twins Metropolitan Stadium
(1961 - 1981)
Washington
Senators & Nationals
(Griffith Stad.) D.C. Stad.
(1962-68)
R
F
K
RFK Stadium (1969 - ) RFK Stad. ...
Los Angeles Dodgers
(& Angels)
(Memorial
Coliseum)
Dodger Stadium (1962 - ) ## (a.k.a. "Chavez Ravine" 1962-1965)
New York
Mets (& Yankees)
thumbnail stadium diagram (Polo
Grds.)
Shea Stadium (1964 - 2008) ##
Houston Astros (Colt
Stad.)
Astrodome (1965 - 1999) ...
St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium II (1966 - 2005)
Atlanta Braves Atlanta (-Fulton County) Stadium (1966 - 1996)
L.A. / Calif. / Anaheim
Angels
(Wrig. Fld.,
Dodger Stad.)
Anaheim Stadium (1966 - 1997) Edison Intl.
Field
Angel Stadium (of Anaheim)
(2004- )
Oakland Athletics Oakland (-Alameda County) Coliseum
(1968 - 1997)
Network
Assoc. Col.
McAfee Col. O.co Col. Oakland Col.
(2012- )
Montreal Expos Jarry Park
(1969-76)
... Stade Uniprix
(1996- )
San Diego Padres San Diego
Stadium
Jack Murphy Stadium
(1981 - 1996)
Qualcomm Stadium Qualcomm Stadium
(1997-2016)
SDCCU Stad.
(2017-2020)
Pittsburgh Pirates Three Rivers Stadium (1970 - 2000)
Cincinnati Reds Riverfront Stadium (1970 - 1996) Cinergy Field
Philadelphia Phillies Veterans Stadium (1971 - 2003)
Texas Rangers Arlington Stadium
(1972 - 1992)
Kansas City Royals Royals Stadium
(1973 - 1993)
Kauffman Stadium
(1994 - )
Montreal Expos Olympic Stadium (1977 - 2004) ...
Toronto Blue Jays Exhibition Stadium
(1977 - 1989)
...
Minnesota Twins (H.H.H.) Metrodome
(1982 - 2009)
City / team 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s
Toronto Blue Jays Skydome
(1989 - 2004)
Rogers Centre
(2005 - )
Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park II
(1991-2002)
U.S. Cellular Field
(2003 - 2016)
Guaranteed Rate Field
Baltimore Orioles (Oriole Park at) Camden Yards
(1992 - )
Florida Marlins Joe Robbie
Stadium
(1987-1996)
J R
St.
Pro Player Stad.
(1997-2004)
Dolphin Stadium
(Landshark Stad., 2009)
Sun
Life
St.
Sun Life Stadium
(2010-15)
Hard Rock Stadium
(2016-)
Cleveland Indians / Guardians (2022- ) Jacobs Field
(1994 - 2007)
Progressive Field
(2008 - )
Texas Rangers Ballpark in Arlington
(1994 - 2003)
Amq. Fld. Rangers Ballpk. in Arl. Globe Life Park Choctaw Stadium
(2021- )
Colorado Rockies (Mile
High
St.)
Coors Field
(1995 - )
Atlanta Braves thumbnail stadium diagram Oly.
St.
Turner Field
(1997 - 2016)
Georgia State Univ. Stad. Center Parc St. (2021- )
Tampa Bay Devil Rays Florida Suncoast Dome Th
Do
Tropicana Field
(1998 - )
Arizona Diamondbacks Bank One Ballpark Chase Field
(2006 - )
San Francisco Giants Pac Bell Park SBC Park AT&T Park
(2006 - 2018)
Oracle Park
Seattle Mariners Safeco Field
(1999 - 2018)
T-Mobile Park
Detroit Tigers Comerica Park
(2000 - )
Houston Astros Enron Field Minute Maid Park
(2002 - )
Pittsburgh Pirates PNC Park
(2001 - )
Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park
(2001 - 2020)
American Family Field
Cincinnati Reds Great American Ballpark
(2002 - )
Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park
(2004 - )
San Diego Padres PETCO Park
(2004 - )
St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium III
(2006 - )
City / team 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s
Washington Nationals (RFK
St.)
Nationals Park
(2008 - )
New York Yankees Yankee Stadium II
(2009 - )
New York Mets Citi Field
(2009 - )
Minnesota Twins Target Field
(2010 - )
Miami Marlins Marlins Park
(2012-20)
loanDepot park
(2021- )
Atlanta Braves Sun
Trust
Park
Truist Park
(2020 - )
Texas Rangers Globe
Life
Field

Explanatory notes

The table above shows the various names given to each permanent MLB stadium (since 1909) in chronological sequence, using initials or abbreviations where space is lacking due to the short duration. Names in use for one year or less are generally omitted, and the "standard" names are links to the respective stadium pages, triggering thumbnail-sized images of the stadium diagram when you roll the mouse over the name. The focus is on stadiums during the years in which they were used by MLB teams. Stadiums that remained in use (for football, etc.) after MLB teams left (e.g., RFK Stadium 1972-2004) are denoted by "transparent" backgrounds, matching that of the pale green page background. Names of temporary stadiums are shown (in parentheses) preceding the permanent ones that were built for the new or relocated MLB franchises: Memorial Coliseum in L.A., Seals Stadium in San Francisco, Wrigley Field in L.A., Colt Stadium in Houston, Mile High Stadium in Denver, and RFK Stadium in Washington. Sick's Stadium in Seattle (1969) is not represented at all, however, since the team relocated to Milwaukee after just one year. Finally, "anomolous" stadiums (such as the Tokyo Dome) that were used only for special games are excluded from this table.

## : Stadium was shared by two teams on a full-time basis for at least one year.


(Originally posted: Jan. 10, 2019.)

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