"Where do baseball stadiums go when they die, Daddy?" Not to get too theological or maudlin about this, but it is hard for any true baseball fan to avoid shedding a tear when he or she sees a former "Green Cathedral" rusting away out of neglect and indifference. For purposes of these Web pages, I define "stadium limbo" as that bleak phase between functional demise (when the team abandons it) and structural obliteration (when it is finally torn down). If demolition begins within a year of abandonment, or if another baseball team takes up residence there later on, there is no "limbo." Only genuine baseball stadiums are included on this page, and stadiums that are still in use as the home field of a pro football team are excluded. Stadiums currently used by sports with much smaller attendance (tennis, soccer) are considered "in limbo." The names commonly used during the time of "limbo" are used.