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

 

Did You Know?

  • The two oldest MLB Ballparks are the same age, Wrigley Field and Fenway Park were both erected in 1912.
  • Chase Field and Marlins Park are the only two ballparks with swimming pools.
  • The right porch at Arlington Ballpark pays tribute to the old Tigers Stadium in Detroit.

 

 

 

 

MLB Ballparks By Capacity

 

1. Dodger Stadium - 53,275

2. Coors Field - 50,490

3. Yankee Stadium - 50,291

4. Turner Field - 50,097

5. Rogers Centre - 49,539

6. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington - 49,170

7. Chase Field - 49,033

8. Oriole Park at Camden Yards - 48,876

9. Safeco Field - 47,116

10. Busch Stadium - 46,861

11. Angel Stadium of Anaheim - 45,483

12. Citizens Bank Park - 43,647

13. Progressive Field - 43,545

14. Petco Park - 42,445

15. Great American Ballpark - 42,059

16. AT&T Park - 41,915

17. Miller Park - 41,900

18. Nationals Park - 41,888

19. Citi Field - 41,800

20. Comerica Park - 41,782

21. Wrigley Field - 41,160

22. Minute Maid Park - 40,950

23.  U.S. Cellular Field - 40,615

24. Target Field - 39,504

25. Kauffman Stadium - 39,000

26. PNC Park - 38,496

27. Fenway Park - 37,402

28. Marlins Park - 37,000

29. Tropicana Field - 36,973

30. O.co Coliseum - 35,067

 

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