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This page lists the baseball parks where I have seen a professional game, including the first and most recent visits to each, and links to pages of pictures or scans of scorecards where available. I also have designed my own scorecards, in case you're interested.
My current Major League count is 40 parks: all of the 30 current ones plus 10 former. I first completed my set of all current MLB ballparks in 2007 with my first game at AT&T Park in San Francisco. In 2008, Nationals Park in Washington opened and I was able to attend a game to re-complete my set. In 2009, the 2 new ballparks in New York opened. I made it to the new Yankee Stadium in its first homestand in April and to Citi Field in June, so my set was once again complete. Again, in 2010, I needed to visit a new park in Minnesota, and made it there. Finally the Marlins opened their new home in 2012, and I saw my first game there in July.
In addition to the ones where I've seen a game, I have been to 4 other former Major League stadiums: Cleveland Municipal (outside), Atlanta Fulton County (for the Peach Bowl football game), Candlestick (walked inside), and Tiger Stadium (outside). We also had tickets to a game at Exhibition Stadium, probably in about 1987, but car trouble cut the trip short to Liverpool, New York, and I never made it to Toronto before SkyDome came along.
My minor league count is now up to 46, including several no longer in use, so there's a very long way to go there.
Last update: 2016-08-27
Major League Parks
Minor League Parks
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