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Photo of the field at Chase Field during an Arizona Diamondbacks home game.

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Formerly known as Bank One BallPark, Chase Field has been home to the Arizona Diamondbacks since 1998. It was the third stadium in Major League Baseball to have a retractable roof. Chase Field was constructed at an estimated construction cost of $354 Million dollars, and has a capacity of 49,033.

 

401 East Jefferson St.

Phoenix, AZ 85004

 

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Photo of a Minnesota Twins game at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Target Field has been home to the Minnesota Twins since 2010. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $545 million dollars and has a capacity of 39,504. During construction, the Minnesota Twins organization wanted to build a neutral stadium that benefited neither pitchers nor hitters.

1 Twins Way, 3rd Ave. N
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401

 

Target Field Seating Chart, Minnesota Twins.

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Photo taken from the lower level of Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.

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Citi Field has been home to the New York Mets since 2009. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $900 million dollars and has a capacity of 41,800. Plans to replace the old Shea Stadium had been in talks within the Mets organization since the 1990's. Citi Field and new Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees, both opened during the same year.

126th St. & Roosevelt Ave.
Flushing, New York 11368

 

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Photo of the field at Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees.

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The old Yankee Stadium had served as the home of the New York Yankees from 1923-1973, and from 1976-2008. The new Yankee Stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $1.5 billion dollars and has a capacity of 52,325. Yankee Stadium is the second largest ballpark in Major League Baseball and opened in 2009; the same year as Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.

East 161st Street & River Avenue
Bronx, New York 10451

 

Yankee Stadium Seating Chart, New York Yankees.

 

 

 

 

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Photo of the playing field at Oakland Coliseum, home of the Oakland Athletics.

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Oakland Coliseum, formerly known as O.co Coliseum, McAfee Coliseum, and Network Associates Coliseum, has been home to the Oakland Athletics since 1968. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $25.5 million dollars and an additional $200 million dollars was used to renovate the stadium in 1996. Oakland Coliseum has a capacity of 35,067 for baseball games, and is one of the oldest stadiums in Major League Baseball.


7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, California 94621

 

Oakland Coliseum Seating Chart, Oakland Athletics.

 

 

 

 

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Photo of the field at Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies.

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Citizens Bank Park has been home to the Philadelphia Phillies since 2004. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $458 million dollars and has a capacity of 43,647. Citizens Bank Park sits adjacent to the former site of Veterans Stadium; the Phillies’ old home stadium.

One Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148 

 

Citizens Bank Park Seating Chart, Philadelphia Phillies.

 

 

 

 

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Photo of the playing field at PNC Park during a Pittsburgh Pirates game.

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PNC Park has been home to the Pittsburgh Pirates since 2001 and was constructed at an estimated cost of $216 million dollars. PNC Park has a capacity of 38,496 making it one of the league’s smallest ballparks. Nevertheless, it is widely considered as one of the best and most beautiful ballparks in Major League Baseball.

115 Federal Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

 

PNC Park Seating Chart, Pittsburgh Pirates

  

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Photo taken from the upper level of Petco Park during a San Diego Padres home game.

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Petco Park has been home to the San Diego Padres since 2004. The stadium was constructed at a cost of $450 million dollars and has a capacity of 42,445. Previous to the construction of Petco Park, the Padres played their home games at Qualcomm Stadium, former home of the Los Angeles Chargers.

100 Park Boulevard
San Diego, California, USA 92101

 

Petco Park Seating Chart, San Diego Padres

 

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Photo of the playing field at Oracle Park during a San Francisco Giants game.

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Oracle Park, formerly known as AT&T Park, and Pacific Bell Park/SBC Park, has been home to the San Francisco Giants since 2000. Oracle Park was constructed at an estimated cost of $357 million dollars and has a capacity of 41,915.

24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, California 94107

 

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Photo of the playing field at T-Mobile Park during a Seattle Mariners game.

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T-Mobile Park, formerly Safeco Field, has been home to the Seattle Mariners since 1999. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $518 million dollars and has a capacity of 47,116. T-Mobile Park was one of the first ballparks in Major League Baseball with a retractable roof.

1516 First Avenue S
Seattle, Washington 98134

 

T-Mobile Park Seating Chart, Seattle Mariners

  

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Photo of the playing field at Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals.

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Busch Stadium has been home to the St. Louis Cardinals since 2006. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $365 million dollars and has a capacity of 43,975. Located outside of Busch Stadium is ‘Ballpark Village’, which is one of the most elaborate mixed-use developments in Major League Baseball.


700 Clark Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63102

 

Busch Stadium Seating Chart, St. Louis Cardinals 

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Photo of the playing field at Tropicana Field during a Tampa Bay Rays game.

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Tropicana Field has been home to the Tampa Bay Rays since 1998, and is the only non-retractable domed stadium in the league. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $130 million dollars and has a capacity of 36,973. Tropicana Field is one of the smallest ballparks in Major League Baseball.

One Tropicana Drive
St. Petersburg, Florida 33705

 

Tropicana Field Seating Chart, Tampa Bay Rays

 

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Photo of the playing field at Globe Life Park in Arlington, home of the Texas Rangers.

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Globe Life Park in Arlington, formerly Rangers Ballpark in Arlington/Ameriquest Field, has been home to the Texas Rangers since 1994. The stadium was constructed at an estimated construction cost of $191 million dollars and has a capacity of 49,170. Globe Life Park was the host of the 1995 MLB All Star Game and will be replaced with a new ballpark in 2020.

1000 Ballpark Way
Arlington, Texas 76011

 

Globe Life Park in Arlington Seating Chart, Texas Rangers

  

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Photo of the playing field at the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays.

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The Rogers Centre, formerly named the SkyDome, has been home to the Toronto Blue Jays since 1989. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $570 million dollars and has a capacity of 49,539. The Rogers Centre is one of the largest ballparks in Major League Baseball.

One Blue Jays Way
Toronto, Ontario M5V 1J3

 

Rogers Centre Seating Chart, Toronto Blue Jays.

 

 

 

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Photo of the playing field at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers.

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Miller Park has been home to the Milwaukee Brewers since 2001. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $400 million dollars and has a capacity of 41,900. Miller Park hosted the 2002 MLB All-Star Game; a game that ended in a tie.

One Brewers Way
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53214

 

Miller Park Seating Chart, Milwaukee Brewers.

 

 

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Photo of Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Dodger Stadium has been home to the Los Angeles Dodgers since 1962, and was also home to the Los Angeles Angels from 1961 to 1965. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $23 million dollars and has a capacity of 56,000. Dodger Stadium is the largest ballpark in Major League Baseball as well as the third oldest. 

1000 Elysian Park Ave
Los Angeles, California 90090

 

Dodger Stadium Seating Chart, Los Angeles Dodgers.

 

 

 

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Photo of the playing field at SunTrust Park, home of the Atlanta Braves. 

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Truist Park, formerly called SunTrust Park, has been home to the Atlanta Braves since 2017. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $622 million dollars and has a capacity of 41,500 seats. Truist Park is located northwest of Atlanta in the suburb of Cumberland, Georgia. The Atlanta Braves previously played their home games at Turner Field from 1996 to 2016.

 

1100 Circle 75 HWY

Cumberland, Georgia 30039

 

 Truist Park Seating Chart, Atlanta Braves

 

 

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Photo of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles.

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards has been home to the Baltimore Orioles since 1992. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $110 million dollars and has a capacity of 48,876. Camden Yards is widely considered to be one of the best ballparks in Major League Baseball.



333 West Camden Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

 

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Seating Chart, Baltimore Orioles.

 

 

 

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Photo of Fenway Park during a Boston Red Sox home game.

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Fenway Park has been home to the Boston Red Sox since 1912. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $650,000 dollars and has a capacity of 36,974. Fenway Park is one of the smallest ballparks in Major League Baseball and is the oldest active sports venue in the United States.


4 Yawkey Way
Boston, Massachusetts 02215

 

Fenway Park Seating Chart, Boston Red Sox.

 

 

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Photo of Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Home of the Chicago Cubs.

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Wrigley Field, formerly Weeghman Park/Cubs Park, has been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1916. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $250,000 dollars and has a capacity of 41,160. Nicknamed 'The Friendly Confines', Wrigley Field is also the second oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.

1060 West Addison Street
Chicago, Illinois 60613

 

Wrigley Field Seating Chart, Chicago Cubs

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Photo of Guaranteed Rate Field, home of the Chicago White Sox.

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Guaranteed Rate Field, formerly U.S. Cellular Field and Comiskey Park II, has been home to the Chicago White Sox since 1991. The stadium has a capacity of 40,615 and was constructed at an estimated cost of $167 million dollars. An additional $118 million dollars were used to renovate Guaranteed Rate Field in 2006.

333 West 35th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60616

 

Guaranteed Rate Field Seating Chart, Chicago White Sox.

 

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Photo of the field at Great American Ball Park, home of the Cincinnati Reds.

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Great American Ball Park has been home to the Cincinnati Reds since 2003. The stadium was constructed at an
estimated cost of $290 million dollars, and has a capacity of 42,271. Great American Ball Park hosted the 2015 MLB All-Star Game, and is one of the most home run friendly stadiums in Major League Baseball.


100 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

 

Great American Ballpark Seating Chart, Cincinnati Reds.

 

 

 

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Photo of Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians.

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Progressive Field, formerly Jacobs Field, has been home to the Cleveland Indians since 1994. The stadium was
constructed at an estimated cost of $175 million dollars and has a capacity of 45,199. Progressive Field was considered a groundbreaking ballpark when it was first built in the mid 1990's.


2401 Ontario Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

 

Progressive Field Seating Chart, Cleveland Indians.

 

 

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Photo taken from the upper level of Coors Field during a Colorado Rockies home game.

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Coors Field has been home to the Colorado Rockies since 1995. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $300 million dollars and has a capacity of 50,445. Coors Field has the reputation of being one of the most home run friendly ballparks in Major League Baseball. Coors Field uses a unique humidor to make the baseballs drier, which makes it more difficult for batters to hit home runs.

2001 Blake Street
Denver, Colorado 80205-2000

 

Coors Field Seating Chart, Colorado Rockies

  

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Photo of the playing field at Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers.

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Comerica Park has been home to the Detroit Tigers since 2000. The stadium was constructed at an estimated construction cost of $300 million dollars, and has a capacity of 41,782.


2100 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48201

 

Comerica Park Seating Chart, Detroit Tigers.

 

  

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Photo of the playing field at Marlins Park, home of the Miami Marlins.

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Marlins Park has been home to the Miami Marlins since 2012, and was constructed at an estimated cost of $550 million dollars. Marlins Park is one of the smallest ballparks in Major League Baseball with a capacity of 37,000. The stadium sits on the former site of the Miami Orange Bowl.

 

501 Marlins Way

Miami, FL 33125

 

Marlins Park Seating Chart, Miami Marlins 

 

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Photo of Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros.

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Minute Maid Park, formerly known as the BallPark at Union Station/Enron Field has been home to the Houston Astros since 2000. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $250 million dollars and has a capacity of 40,950.

501 Crawford Street
Houston, Texas 77002

 

Minute Maid Park Seating Chart, Houston Astros

 

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Photo of the field at Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals.

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Kauffman Stadium, formerly Royals Stadium, has been home to the Kansas City Royals since 1973. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $70 million dollars, and is one of the smallest ballparks in Major League Baseball with a capacity of 38,177.

One Royal Way
Kansas City, Missouri 64129-6969

 

Kauffman Stadium Seating Chart, Kansas City Royals.

 

 

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Photo of Angel Stadium of Anaheim during a Los Angeles Angels game.

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Angel Stadium of Anaheim, formerly Anaheim Stadium/Edison International Field of Anaheim, has been home to the Los Angeles Angels since 1966. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $24 million dollars and underwent a $118 million dollar renovation during the late 1990's. Angel Stadium of Anaheim has a capacity of 45,050 and is one of the oldest ballparks in Major League Baseball.


2000 Gene Autry Way
Anaheim, California 92806

 

Angel Stadium of Anaheim Seating Chart, Los Angeles Angels.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals.

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Nationals Park has been home to the Washington Nationals since 2008. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $611 million dollars and has a capacity of 41,888. Before moving to Nationals Park, the Washington Nationals played their home games at RFK Stadium after relocating to Washington, D.C. from Montreal, Quebec.

1500 South Capitol Street, SE
Washington, D.C. 20003

 

Nationals Park Seating Chart, Washington Nationals.

 

 

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