History of MLB Ballparks
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MLB Ballparks Data
MLB Ballparks and Stadiums:
Listed alphabetically by Team, League and Year of first season.
Seating capacities and field dimensions represent a typical season.
Complete for 1998, some data as far back as 1884, including disbanded
to download a comlpete list
of all MLB ballparks from history and an enhanced version of this table
in spreadsheet form.
Baseball Parks, Domes and Stadiums -
Spreadsheet - View
American Baseball Parks -
League Fields - Photos of fields for each MLB team affiliate
in the Dominican.
Baseball Parks -
Baseball Stadiums - Photos of fields for three of the six teams.
of baseball - the fields of major league baseball.
Map World - Maps of stadiums. Need directions?
- Eric and Wendy
Pastore plan on capturing photos every park that ever existed in
professional baseball (still standing of course).
- SABR members, Paul Munsey
& Cory Suppes, supply photos
and information about current (and future?) Major League ballparks.
- SABR member, Joe Mock
gives rankings, observations and opinions on the different parks.
- SABR member, Kevin
Reichard, has ballparks of the past, endangered parks and league
histories. Ballpark discussion forum too.
Photos and Reviews - Brian
Merzbach, has photos of 153 minor league parks and 32 major league
parks as of the end of the 2001 season. Besides the photos, he posted reviews
for most of the parks.
The Most Unusual Ballpark Year In Major League Baseball History? - by
Significance of Park Factors -
Measuring significance of park factors.
Corporate Ballpark Websites
- Report on new stadiums.
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