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Chase Field
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Houston ASTROS
Minute Maid Park
in Houston, TX
Philadelphia PHILLIES
Citizens Bank Park
in Philadelphia, PA
Atlanta BRAVES
Turner Field
in Atlanta, GA
Kansas City ROYALS
Kauffman Stadium
in Kansas City, MO
Pittsburgh PIRATES
PNC Park
in Pittsburgh, PA
Baltimore ORIOLES
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
in Baltimore, MD
Los Angeles ANGELS
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
in Anaheim, CA
San Diego PADRES
PETCO Park
in San Diego, CA
Boston RED SOX
Fenway Park
in Boston, MA
Los Angeles DODGERS
Dodger Stadium
in Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco GIANTS
AT&T Park
in San Francisco, CA
Chicago CUBS
Wrigley Field
in Chicago, IL
Miami MARLINS
Marlins Park
in Miam, FL
Seattle MARINERS
Safeco Field
in Seattle, WA
Chicago WHITE SOX
U.S. Cellular Field
in Chicago, IL
Milwaukee BREWERS
Miller Park
in Milwaukee, WI
St. Louis CARDINALS
Busch Stadium
in St. Louis, MO
Cincinnati REDS
Great American Ball Park
in Cincinnati, OH
Minnesota TWINS
Target Field
in Minneapolis, MN
Tampa Bay DEVIL RAYS
Tropicana Field
in St. Petersburg, FL
Cleveland INDIANS
Progressive Field
in Cleveland, OH
New York METS
Citi Field
in Flushing, NY
Texas RANGERS
Globe Life Park in Arlington
in Arlington, TX
Colorado ROCKIES
Coors Field
in Denver, CO
New York YANKEES
Yankee Stadium (NEW)
in Bronx, NY
Toronto BLUE JAYS
Rogers Centre
in Toronto, ON
Detroit TIGERS
Comerica Park
in Detroit, MI
Oakland ATHLETICS
O.co Coliseum
in Oakland, CA
Washington NATIONALS
Nationals Park
in Washington, DC

MLB STADIUM INFORMATION
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, CA
MLB Home of the:  Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

ANAHEIM, CA:  Angel Stadium of Anaheim (originally Anaheim Stadium and later Edison International Field of Anaheim) is a modern-style ballpark located in Anaheim, California. It is the home ballpark to Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of the American League, and was previously home to the NFL's Los Angeles Rams (now St. Louis Rams). The stadium is often referred to by its unofficial nickname The Big A.

Angel Stadium, the fourth oldest active Major League Baseball stadium, has been selected to host the 2010 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

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AT&T Park
AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA
MLB Home of the:  San Francisco Giants

SAN FRANCISCO, CA:  AT&T Park is an open-air ballpark, home to the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball and starting in 2009 will be the home of the currently un-named UFL San Francisco franchise. The park also hosts the Emerald Bowl, a college football bowl game, every year. The park is located at 24 Willie Mays Plaza, at the corner of 3rd Street and King Street in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, California.

Originally named Pacific Bell Park, then renamed SBC Park in 2003 as a result of the SBC acquisition of Pacific Bell, the stadium was ultimately christened AT&T Park on March 3, 2006, just two years after it had adopted the SBC Park name. SBC Communications, the flagship sponsor of the park, merged with AT&T Corp. in 2005 and the new AT&T Inc. took the more iconic name for their company. This marked the third official name for the park since its opening in 2000.

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Busch Stadium
Busch Stadium in St. Louis, MO
MLB Home of the:  St. Louis Cardinals

ST. LOUIS, MO:  Busch Stadium (also referred to informally as "New Busch Stadium" or "Busch Stadium III") is the home of the St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball. It replaced Busch Memorial Stadium and occupies a portion of that stadium's former footprint. Busch Stadium has been chosen by MLB to host the 2009 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

The stadium is the third stadium in St. Louis to carry the name Busch Stadium. Sportsman's Park was renamed Busch Stadium in 1953, after team owner Gussie Busch. The first Busch closed in 1966, and both the baseball Cardinals, and the NFL's St. Louis Cardinals moved to a new multi-purpose stadium, named Busch Memorial Stadium.

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Chase Field
Chase Field in Phoenix, AZ
MLB Home of the:  Arizona Diamondbacks

PHOENIX, AZ:  Chase Field (formerly Bank One Ballpark) is a baseball stadium located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, and is the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball. It opened in 1998 just in time for the Diamondbacks' first game after coming to Arizona as an expansion team.

Chase Field's roof is opened or closed depending on the game-time temperature. When the decision is made to close the roof, it is left open for as long as possible before game time in order to keep the grass alive. Even when closed, the park's design allows just enough sunlight to play in true daylight without overheating the stadium.

Chase Field also has a swimming pool, located in right center field, which is rented to patrons for $6,500 a game. The ballpark also features a dirt strip between home plate and the pitcher's mound, one of only two current ballparks to do so (Comerica Park in Detroit is the other). This dirt strip was very common in old-time ballparks.

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Citi Field
Citi Field in Flushing, NY
MLB Home of the:  New York Mets

FLUSHING, NY:  Citi Field is a stadium located in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park in the New York City borough of Queens. Completed in 2009, it is the home ballpark of Major League Baseball's New York Mets. Citi Field was built as a replacement for the adjacent Shea Stadium, which was constructed in 1964 next to the site of the 1964-1965 World's Fair. Citi Field was designed by Populous (formerly HOK Sport), and is named after Citigroup, a financial services company based in New York that purchased the naming rights. The $850 million baseball park is being funded by the sale of New York City municipal bonds which are to be repaid by the Mets plus interest. The payments will offset property taxes for the lifetime of the park.

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Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA
MLB Home of the:  Philadelphia Phillies

PHILADELPHIA, PA:  Citizens Bank Park (informally known as The Bank) is a 43,647-seat baseball park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, and home of the Philadelphia Phillies. Citizens Bank Park opened on April 3, 2004 and hosted its first regular season baseball game on April 12 of the same year, with the Phillies losing to the Cincinnati Reds, 4–1. The ballpark was built to replace the now-demolished Veterans Stadium (a football/baseball multipurpose facility), and features natural grass and dirt playing field and also features a number of Philadelphia style food stands, including several which serve cheesesteaks, hoagies, and other regional specialties.

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Comerica Park
Comerica Park in Detroit, MI
MLB Home of the:  Detroit Tigers

DETROIT, MI:  Comerica Park is an open-air ballpark located in downtown Detroit, Michigan. It serves as the home of the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball's American League, replacing historic Tiger Stadium in 2000. Comerica Park is located next door to Ford Field, the home of the Detroit Lions.

The park is named after a corporate sponsor, Comerica Bank, which was based in Detroit at the time the park opened, and which paid for the naming rights. Comerica's headquarters have since been moved to Dallas, Texas, but but the bank still retains a large presence in Detroit.

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Coors Field
Coors Field in Denver, CO
MLB Home of the:  Colorado Rockies

DENVER, CO:  Coors Field, located in Denver, Colorado, is the home field of Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies. It is named for the Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado, which purchased the naming rights to the park prior to its completion in 1995. The Rockies played their first two seasons, 1993 and 1994, in Mile High Stadium before moving to Coors Field, two blocks from Union Station in Denver's Lower Downtown (or LoDo) neighborhood. The park includes 63 luxury suites and 4,500 club seats.

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Dodger Stadium
Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA
MLB Home of the:  Los Angeles Dodgers

LOS ANGELES, CA:  Dodger Stadium is a stadium in Los Angeles, California at Chávez Ravine. Located adjacent to Downtown Los Angeles, Dodger Stadium has been the home ballpark of Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers team since 1962. Dodger Stadium was constructed from 1959 to 1962 at a cost of $23 million paid for through private financing. Dodger Stadium is currently the third oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball (behind Wrigley Field and Fenway Park).

In a 2003 player survey, Dodger Stadium's playing field was voted the best in Major League Baseball.

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Fenway Park
Fenway Park in Boston, MA
MLB Home of the:  Boston Red Sox

BOSTON, MA:  Fenway Park is a baseball park near Kenmore Square in Boston, Massachusetts. Located at 4 Yawkey Way, it has served as the home ballpark of the Boston Red Sox baseball club since it opened in 1912. It is the oldest of all current Major League Baseball stadiums.

Because of the ballpark's age and constrained location in an urban neighborhood, the park has had many renovations and additions over the years not initially envisioned, resulting in unique, quirky features, including "the Triangle", "Pesky's Pole" and most notably the famous Green Monster in left field. Fenway Park is renowned for hosting dedicated Red Sox fans, referred to collectively as "Red Sox Nation." In 2008, the park sold out its 456th consecutive Red Sox game, breaking a Major League record.

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Globe Life Park in Arlington
Globe Life Park in Arlington in Arlington, TX
MLB Home of the:  Texas Rangers

ARLINGTON, TX:  Globe Life Park in Arlington is a stadium in Arlington, Texas, located between Dallas and Fort Worth. It is home to the American League's Texas Rangers, and the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame. It was constructed as a replacement for nearby Arlington Stadium. It was known as The Ballpark in Arlington until May 7, 2004, when Ameriquest bought the naming rights to it and renamed it Ameriquest Field in Arlington. On March 19, 2007, the Rangers severed their relationship with Ameriquest and announced that it would be renamed Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. On February 5, 2014, Globe Life and Accident Insurance Company bought the naming rights to it. Globe Life is owned by Torchmark Corporation, which is based in McKinney, Texas, a northern suburb of Dallas.

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Great American Ball Park
Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, OH
MLB Home of the:  Cincinnati Reds

CINCINNATI, OH:  Great American Ball Park is a Major League Baseball park in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the home of the National League's Cincinnati Reds franchise. It opened in 2003, replacing the Reds' former home, Cinergy Field, which was known as Riverfront Stadium from its opening in June 1970 until the 2002 season.

Great American Ball Park was built on a plot of land located between the site of the former Cinergy Field and U.S. Bank Arena informally referred to as "the wedge". Due to the limited available space and the site's close proximity to the Ohio River, one phase of the construction of Great American Ball Park necessitated the partial demolition of Cinergy Field.

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Kauffman Stadium
Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, MO
MLB Home of the:  Kansas City Royals

KANSAS CITY, MO:  Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium (pronounced /'k??fm?n/; formerly Royals Stadium and also known as The K.) is a Major League Baseball stadium located in Kansas City, Missouri, and home to the Kansas City Royals of the American League. Together with Arrowhead Stadium, home of the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs, it is a part of the Truman Sports Complex. Since July 2, 1993, the venue has been known as Kauffman Stadium in honor of the Royals' founding owner, Ewing Kauffman.

Kauffman Stadium was built specifically for baseball during an era where building multisport "cookie-cutter" stadiums was commonplace. Kauffman Stadium is often held up along with Dodger Stadium as one of the best examples of modernist stadium design.

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Marlins Park
Marlins Park in Miam, FL
MLB Home of the:  Miami Marlins

MIAM, FL:  Marlins Ballpark is the working title for a baseball park currently under construction in Miami, Florida. Upon completion it will become the new home of the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball team. It is being constructed on the site of the former Miami Orange Bowl in Little Havana, about 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Downtown.

Construction is scheduled for completion March 2012, in time for the 2012 Major League Baseball season. The stadium will be the sixth MLB stadium to have a retractable roof. With a planned seating capacity of 37,000, it will be the third-smallest stadium in Major League Baseball by official capacity, and the smallest by actual capacity. The Marlins are scheduled to host two exhibition games at the new ballpark against the New York Yankees on April 1 and 2, 2012,[7] before they play their first regular season game on April 4, 2012, against the St. Louis Cardinals. The Marlins are pushing to have the new ballpark host the 2013 World Baseball Classic Championship game and 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

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Miller Park
Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI
MLB Home of the:  Milwaukee Brewers

MILWAUKEE, WI:  Miller Park is a ballpark located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is home to the Milwaukee Brewers and was built as a replacement for Milwaukee County Stadium. The park is located just southwest of the intersection of I-94, US-41, and Miller Park Way (WIS-341). The title sponsor is the Miller Brewing Company. Miller's contract with the stadium was for $40 million, and runs until 2020.

Completed in 2001, the park features North America's only fan-shaped convertible roof, which can open and close in less than 10 minutes. Large panes of glass allow natural grass to grow.

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Minute Maid Park
Minute Maid Park in Houston, TX
MLB Home of the:  Houston Astros

HOUSTON, TX:  Minute Maid Park (formerly The Ballpark at Union Station, Enron Field, and Astros Field) is a ballpark in Houston, Texas, United States that opened in 2000 to house the Houston Astros.

The ballpark was Houston's first retractable-roofed stadium, protecting fans and athletes from Houston's notoriously humid weather as its predecessor, the Astrodome, did, but allowing fans to also enjoy outdoor baseball; something they couldn't do in the Astrodome. The ballpark also features a grass field, compared to the Astrodome's artificial AstroTurf, which was generally disliked by professional baseball players. The largest entrance to the park is inside what was once Houston's Union Station, and the left-field side of the stadium features a train as homage to the site's history. The train moves along a track on top of the length of the exterior wall beyond left field whenever an Astros player hits a home run, or when the Astros win a game. The engine's tender, traditionally used to carry coal, is filled with giant oranges in tribute to Minute Maid's most famous product, orange juice.

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Nationals Park
Nationals Park in Washington, DC
MLB Home of the:  Washington Nationals

WASHINGTON, DC:  Nationals Park is a baseball park located along the Anacostia River in the Navy Yard neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It is the home ballpark for the Washington Nationals, the city's Major League Baseball franchise. When the Nationals franchise relocated to Washington, D.C., they temporarily played at RFK Stadium until Nationals Park was completed. It is the first LEED-certified green major professional sports stadium in the United States. The facility hosted the 2008 season's first game (in North America), when the Nationals hosted the Atlanta Braves on March 30, 2008. The first game played there was a collegiate baseball game.

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O.co Coliseum
O.co Coliseum in Oakland, CA
MLB Home of the:  Oakland Athletics

OAKLAND, CA:  Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum is a stadium located in Oakland, California, United States that is used for baseball, football, and soccer games. Commonly referred to as The Oakland Coliseum, or simply The Coliseum. It was formerly known as Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum (1966-1998, 2008-Present), Network Associates Coliseum (1998-2004) and McAfee Coliseum (2004-2008).

The Coliseum is currently home to the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball and the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League. The Coliseum is also home to the San Jose Earthquakes of Major League Soccer, who use the stadium for several larger attendance games. It will also be a host stadium of the 2009 Gold Cup.

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, MD
MLB Home of the:  Baltimore Orioles

BALTIMORE, MD:  Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a ballpark located in Baltimore, Maryland, which was completed in 1992 to replace Memorial Stadium. It is the home field of the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball. It was the first of the "retro" major league ballparks constructed during the 1990s and early 2000s, and remains one of the most highly praised.[2] It is situated in downtown Baltimore a few blocks west of the Inner Harbor.

Historically, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is one of several venues that have carried the "Oriole Park" name for various Baltimore franchises over the years. The park is typically known in short as "Camden Yards."

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PETCO Park
PETCO Park in San Diego, CA
MLB Home of the:  San Diego Padres

SAN DIEGO, CA:  Petco Park is an open-air ballpark in downtown San Diego, California. It opened in 2004, replacing Qualcomm Stadium as the home park of Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres. Before then, the Padres shared Qualcomm Stadium with the NFL's San Diego Chargers. The stadium is named after the animal and pet supplies retailer Petco, which is based in San Diego and paid for the naming rights.

The ballpark is located between 7th and 10th Avenues, south of J Street. The southern side of the stadium is bounded by San Diego Trolley tracks along the north side of Harbor Drive (which serve the adjacent San Diego Convention Center). The portion of K Street between 7th and 10th is now closed to automobiles, and serves as a pedestrian promenade along the back of the left and center field outfield seating (and providing access to the "Park at the Park" behind center field), with the stadium's two outfield entrance areas located at its intersections with 7th and 10th Avenues. The main entrance, behind home plate, is at the south end of 10th Avenue (at Imperial) and facing the San Diego Trolley light-rail terminal at 12th and Imperial.

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PNC Park
PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA
MLB Home of the:  Pittsburgh Pirates

PITTSBURGH, PA:  PNC Park is a baseball park located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is the fifth home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise. It opened during the 2001 Major League Baseball season, after the controlled implosion of the Pirates' previous home, Three Rivers Stadium. The ballpark is named for locally based PNC Financial Services, which purchased the naming rights in 1998. PNC Park features a natural grass playing surface and seats 38,496 people for baseball, which as of 2008, is the second-smallest capacity of any Major League park.

Funded in conjunction with Heinz Field, the $216 million park stands along the Allegheny River, on the North Shore of Pittsburgh with a view of Downtown Pittsburgh. Plans to build a new stadium for the Pirates originated in 1991, but did not come to fruition for five years. Built in the style of "classic" stadiums, such as Boston's Fenway Park, PNC Park also introduced unique features, such as the use of limestone in the building's facade. The park also features a riverside concourse, steel truss work, an extensive out-of-town scoreboard, and many local eateries. Constructed quicker than most modern stadiums, workers built PNC Park in a 24-month span.

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Progressive Field
Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH
MLB Home of the:  Cleveland Indians

CLEVELAND, OH:  Progressive Field is a ballpark located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, and is the home of the Cleveland Indians of the American League. Along with Quicken Loans Arena, it is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex. It was ranked as Major League Baseball's best ballpark in a 2008 Sports Illustrated fan poll.

The ballpark is informally referred to as The Jake, based on its original name, Jacobs Field (after former team owners Richard and David Jacobs). It was known by that name since its inaugural season in 1994, until it was changed to Progressive Field prior to opening day 2008.

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Rogers Centre
Rogers Centre in Toronto, ON
MLB Home of the:  Toronto Blue Jays

TORONTO, ON:  Rogers Centre, formerly known as SkyDome, is a multi-purpose stadium in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, situated next to the CN Tower near the shores of Lake Ontario. Originally opened in 1989, it is home to the American League's Toronto Blue Jays, the Canadian Football League's Toronto Argonauts, the site of the annual International Bowl American college football bowl game, and as of 2008, the National Football League's Buffalo Bills' second playing venue in the Bills Toronto Series. While it is primarily a sports venue, it also hosts other large-scale events such as conventions, trade fairs, concerts, funfairs, and monster truck shows. The stadium was renamed "Rogers Centre" following the purchase of the stadium by Rogers Communications in 2005.

The venue was noted for being the first stadium to have a fully-retractable motorized roof, as well as for the 348-room hotel attached to it, with 70 rooms overlooking the field. It is also the most recent North American major-league stadium built to accommodate both football as well as baseball, although some of the newer baseball parks have been known to host the occasional college football game (AT&T Park, Chase Field, and Safeco Field, to name a few).

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Safeco Field
Safeco Field in Seattle, WA
MLB Home of the:  Seattle Mariners

SEATTLE, WA:  Safeco Field, sometimes referred to as Safeco or the Safe, is a retractable roof baseball stadium located in Seattle, Washington, USA. It is the home stadium of the Seattle Mariners Major League Baseball club, seating 47,116 for baseball. The name is sometimes written as SAFECO Field, as its namesake corporation's name was actually an acronym and was rendered in all capital letters until 2000.

Safeco Field is one of 2 stadiums built to replace the Kingdome, with the other being Qwest Field, home of the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, which occupies the former Kingdome site.

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Target Field
Target Field in Minneapolis, MN
MLB Home of the:  Minnesota Twins

MINNEAPOLIS, MN:  Target Field is the new home baseball park for the Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It will open on April 12, 2010. This will be the franchise's sixth ballpark since its start as the Washington Senators, and the Twins' third in Minnesota after 28 seasons at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. It is the first facility built specifically for the Twins, as Metropolitan Stadium was originally a minor league baseball park, while the Metrodome was built as a multipurpose stadium for both the Twins and the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League.

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Tropicana Field
Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL
MLB Home of the:  Tampa Bay Devil Rays

ST. PETERSBURG, FL:  Tropicana Field is a domed stadium in St. Petersburg, Florida, which has been the home of Major League Baseball's Tampa Bay Rays since 1998. It has also served as the host stadium for the St. Petersburg Bowl, an NCAA-sanctioned college football bowl game since December 2008.

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Turner Field
Turner Field in Atlanta, GA
MLB Home of the:  Atlanta Braves

ATLANTA, GA:  Turner Field is a ballpark in Atlanta, Georgia, home to Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves since 1997. Turner Field was originally built as Centennial Olympic Stadium, it was completed in 1996 to serve as the centerpiece of the 1996 Summer Olympics. After the games, the stadium was converted into a baseball park to serve as the new home of the Braves.

The ballpark was built across the street from the former home of the Braves, Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, which was demolished in the summer of 1997. From 2002 to 2004, the failed Fanplex entertainment center was located adjacent to the park's parking lot. The stadium contains 59 luxury suites and three party suites.

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U.S. Cellular Field
U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, IL
MLB Home of the:  Chicago White Sox

CHICAGO, IL:  U.S. Cellular Field (formerly Comiskey Park) is a baseball ballpark in Chicago, Illinois. Owned by the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority, it is the home of the Chicago White Sox of the American League. The park opened for the 1991 season, after the White Sox had spent 81 years at old Comiskey Park. The new park, completed at a cost of $167 million, also opened with the Comiskey Park name, but became U.S. Cellular Field in 2003 after U.S. Cellular bought the naming rights at $68 million over 20 years. It hosted the MLB All-Star Game that same year. Many sportscasters and fans continue to use the name Comiskey Park. Prior to its demolition, the old Comiskey Park was the oldest in-use ballpark in Major League Baseball, a title now held by Fenway Park in Boston.

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Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL
MLB Home of the:  Chicago Cubs

CHICAGO, IL:  Wrigley Field is a baseball stadium in Chicago, Illinois, United States that has served as the home ballpark of the Chicago Cubs since 1916. It was built in 1914 as Weeghman Park for the Chicago Federal League baseball team, the Chicago Whales. It was called Cubs Park between 1920 and 1926 before being renamed for then Cubs team owner and chewing gum magnate, William Wrigley Jr.. Between 1921 and 1970 it was also the home of the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. It hosted the second annual NHL Winter Classic on January 1, 2009

Located in the residential neighborhood of Lakeview, Wrigley Field sits on an irregular block bounded by Clark (west) and Addison (south) Streets and Waveland (north) and Sheffield (east) Avenues. The area surrounding the ballpark contains bars, restaurants and other establishments and is typically referred to as Wrigleyville. The ballpark's mailing address is 1060 W. Addison Street

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MLB Home of the:  New York Yankees

BRONX, NY:  Yankee Stadium is a stadium located in the The Bronx, a borough of New York City. It serves as the home ballpark for the New York Yankees, replacing the previous Yankee Stadium, built in 1923. The new ballpark was constructed across the street, north-northeast of the 1923 Yankee Stadium, on the former site of Macombs Dam Park. The first game at the new Yankee Stadium was a preseason exhibition game against the Chicago Cubs played on April 3, 2009, which the Yankees won 7–4.[3] The first regular season game was played on April 16, 2009, when the Yankees lost 10–2 to the Cleveland Indians.

Much of the stadium incorporates design elements from the previous Yankee Stadium, paying homage to the Yankees' history. Although stadium construction began in August 2006, the project of building a new stadium for the Yankees is one that spanned many years and faced many controversies. Financing for the stadium has been a very divisive issue, with New York City citizens criticizing the city's decision to use funds to build the sports venue, instead of using it for other pressing issues. The projected total cost of the stadium is $1.5 billion, making it the second most expensive stadium in the world after Wembley Stadium.

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