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Baseball stadiums, past and present. Places that hold fond memories of baseball for all of us.


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Yankee Stadium, 1962

Camelback Ranch- home of the Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training. What a BEAUTIFUL park!!

Ted Williams awaits his turn at the plate in old Comiskey Park during a game against the Chicago White Sox.

Crosley Field...

1st games ever attended were at Old Comiskey Park in Chicago. Go White Sox!!

Ebbets Field, home of the Brooklyn Dodgers, I wish I could go back in time and watch a game here. I love the rounded corners of the stadium architecture.

Ebbets Field Home of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1912 to 1957, Ebbets Field featured a host of Hall of Fame stars, nine World Series and witnessed Jackie Robinson break the color barrier on April 15, 1947.


AT&T; Park; such a beautiful stadium

AT&T; Park

Seals Stadium; the San Francisco Giants' home for two season before moving to Candlestick Park

Second perhaps only to the old Yankee Stadium in terms of baseball lore, Boston’s Fenway Park has hosted through the years more historic moments and great players than any other ballpark, other than The House That Ruth Built. The original home of Babe Ruth, Fenway Park possesses one of sports’ most iconic physical characteristics – the Green Monster. By The Baseball Page

Forbes Field... Home of the Pirates from 1909 - 1970.

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Miller Park


Old School!

Thank You Tek!!

Absolutely in love with this place.

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Tiger Stadium