Major League Baseball Stadiums

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Ballfields Define the National Pastime

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Once again, Coors Field's thin air makes it too easy for balls to go out of the park and for line drives to drop in. Weber_SD

Baseball's ballparks, more than any other sports edifice, occupy an exalted position in almost every city that has a team. Unlike football stadiums and arenas for basketball and hockey, every baseball field is different. The differences can be subtle (outfield dimensions) or over-the-top, such as Fenway Park's Green Monster or Wrigley Field's ivy-covered walls. And they're in use for 81 games per year, not including playoffs.

Check out all 30 of these ballparks and learn more about them by entering the gallery.

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AT&T Park

San Francisco A general view of AT&T Park as Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hits career home run No. 756 against the Washington Nationals on Aug. 7, 2007 in San Francisco. Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images

  • Address: 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, Calif. 94107
  • Team: San Francisco Giants
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: China Basin Ballpark Corp. (a subsidiary of the Giants)
  • Opened in: 2000
  • Cost: $357 million
  • Capacity: 41,503
  • Outfield dimensions: 339 feet down left-field line, 364 left-center, 399 center, 421 right-center, 309 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: There's a huge Coca-Cola bottle and baseball beyond the left-field fence, and McCovey Cove in right field, where home runs can actually splash into the bay. The ballpark was formerly known as Pacific Bell Park, then SBC Park.

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Busch Stadium

St. Louis The first pitch of opening day at Busch Stadium on March 31, 2008 is thrown in St. Louis. Photo by Elsa/Getty Images

  • Address: 700 Clark Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63102
  • Team: St. Louis Cardinals
  • Type: Open air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: St. Louis Cardinals
  • Opened in: 2006
  • Cost: $365 million
  • Capacity: 46,861
  • Outfield dimensions: 336 feet down left-field line, 375 left-center, 400 center, 375 right-center, 335 right-field line
  • Origins: The two former homes of the Cardinals were also known as Busch Stadium. The Cardinals were the first team since 1912 to win the World Series in their home park in the ballpark's opening season.

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Chase Field

Phoenix The Cincinnati Reds and Arizona Diamondbacks line up for the National Anthem before the opening-day game on April 9, 2007 at Chase Field in Phoenix. Photo by Nick Doan/Getty Images

  • Address: 401 East Jefferson Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85001
  • Team: Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Type: Retractable dome
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Ellerbe Becket, Bill Johnson.
  • Owned by: Maricopa County Stadium District
  • Opened in: 1998
  • Cost: $349 million
  • Capacity: 48,633
  • Outfield dimensions: 330 feet down left-field line, 376 left-center, 413 deep left-center, 407 center, 413 deep right-center, 376 right-center, 335 right field
  • Distinguishing characteristic: Originally called Bank One Ballpark (the BOB), the ballpark has a swimming pool beyond the right-center field fence that can be rented during games.

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Citi Field

New York A general view as the New York Mets play the Boston Red Sox in an exhibition game on April 4, 2009 at Citi Field. Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

  • Address: 126th Street and Roosevelt Avenue, Flushing, N.Y. 11368-1699
  • Team: New York Mets
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Populous
  • Owned by: New York City
  • Opened in: 2009
  • Cost: ​$632 million
  • Capacity: 41,800
  • Outfield dimensions: 335 feet down left-field line, 384 left-center, 408 center, 378 right-center, 330 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: The giant home run apple that flashes in right-center after a Mets home run. A version of that was also at their former home, Shea Stadium.

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Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia Fans and players stand for the National Anthem before the game between the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals on opening day, March 31, 2008 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images

  • Address: One Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, Pa. 19148
  • Team: ​​Philadelphia Phillies
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: Ewing Cole Cherry Brott and HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Half public (City of Philadelphia) and private (Philadelphia Phillies)
  • Opened in: 2004
  • Cost: $346 million
  • Capacity: 43,647
  • Outfield dimensions: 329 feet down left-field line, 374 left-center, 409 deep left center, 401 center, 369 right-center, 330 right-field line

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Comerica Park

Detroit A general view of the Detroit Tigers and the Kansas City Royals lined up on the foul lines for the performance of the National Anthem before their game on Opening Day on March 31, 2008 at Comerica Park in Detroit. Photo by Chris Chambers/Getty Images

  • Address: 2100 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 48201
  • Team: ​Detroit Tigers
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Detroit-Wayne County Stadium Authority
  • Opened in: 2000
  • Cost: $300 million
  • Capacity: 41,070
  • Outfield dimensions: 345 feet down left-field line, 370 left-center, 420 center, 365 right-center, 330 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: Old-time dirt strip between pitcher's mound and home plate

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Coors Field

Denver The Colorado Rockies celebrate after defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series at Coors Field on Oct. 15, 2007 in Denver. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

  • Address: 2001 Blake Street, Denver, Colorado 80205-2000
  • Team: ​Colorado Rockies
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Denver Metropolitan Baseball Stadium District
  • Opened in: 1995
  • Cost: $215 million
  • Capacity: 50,381
  • Outfield dimensions: 347 feet down left-field line, 390 left-center, 415 center, 375 right-center, 350 right-field line

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Dodger Stadium

Los Angeles A general view of the flag on the field before the Los Angeles Dodgers' opening-day game against the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on March 31, 2008 in Los Angeles. Photo by Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images

  • Address: 1000 Elysian Park Ave., Los Angeles, California 90012
  • Team: Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Captain Emil Praeger
  • Owned by: Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Opened in: 1962
  • Cost: $23 million
  • Capacity: $56,000
  • Outfield dimensions: 330 feet down left-field line, 375 left-center, 395 center, 375 right-center, 330 right-field line
  • Also named: A nickname for the stadium is Chavez Ravine, named after the hill on which it sits, overlooking downtown Los Angeles.

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Edison International Field of Anaheim

Anaheim, Calif. A general view during the national anthem before Game 3 of the American League Division Series between the Red Sox and Angels at Angel Stadium on Oct. 7, 2007 in Anaheim, Calif. Maxx Wolfson/Getty Images

  • Address: 2000 Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, Calif. 92806
  • Team: ​​Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Del E. Webb (original); HOK Sport (1997-99 renovations)
  • Owned by: City of Anaheim
  • Opened in: 1966
  • Cost: $24 million; $100 million (renovations)
  • Capacity: 45,050
  • Outfield dimensions: 330 feet down left-field line, 387 left-center, 400 center, 370 right-center, 330 right-field line
  • Nicknames: "The Big A," previously known as Anaheim Stadium, Edison International Park.

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Fenway Park

Boston The Colorado Rockies and the Boston Red Sox stand at attention as the National Anthem is played before Game 1 of the 2007 World Series at Fenway Park on Oct. 24, 2007 in Boston. Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

  • Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, Mass. 02215
  • Team: Boston Red Sox
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Osborn Engineering
  • Owned by: Fenway Sports Group​
  • Opened in: 1912
  • Cost: $650,000 ($285 million renovation completed in 2011)
  • Capacity: 39,605
  • Outfield dimensions: 310 feet down left-field line, 379 left-center, 389 center, 420 deep right-center, 380 right-center, 302 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: "​Green Monster" in left field (37-foot wall)

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Globe Life Park in Arlington

Arlington, Texas A general view of the opening-day game between the Boston Red Sox and the Texas Rangers on April 6, 2007 at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas. Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

  • Address: 1000 Ballpark Way, Arlington, Texas 76011
  • TeamTexas Rangers
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: David M. Schwarz Architectural, HKS, Inc.
  • Owned by: Arlington Sports Facilities Development Authority
  • Opened in: 1994
  • Cost: $191 million
  • Capacity: 48,114
  • Outfield dimensions: 334 feet down left-field line, 388 left-center, 400 center, 381 right-center, 325 right-field line
  • Previously known as: Ameriquest Field in Arlington, The Ballpark in Arlington

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Great American Ball Park

Cincinnati An overall view of the teams as seen on the field before the game between the Cincinnati Reds the Arizona Diamondbacks on opening day, March 31, 2008, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images

  • Address: 100 Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-4109
  • Team: Cincinnati Reds
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: HOK Sport, GBBN Architects (Cincinnati)
  • Owned by: City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
  • Opened in: 2003
  • Cost: $280 million
  • Capacity: 42,271
  • Outfield dimensions: 328 feet down left-field line, 379 left-center, 404 center, 379 right-center, 325 right-field line
  • Nickname: The "K"

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Guaranteed Rate Field

Chicago A general view of U.S. Cellular Field during the National Anthem before the Chicago White Sox took on the Cleveland Indians for the opening-day game on April 2, 2007 at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

  • Address: 333 West 35th Street, Chicago, Ill. 60616
  • Team: Chicago White Sox
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Illinois Sports Facilities Authority
  • Opened in: 1991
  • Cost: ​​$137 Million
  • Capacity: 40,615
  • Outfield dimensions: 330 feet down left-field line, 375 left-center, 400 center, 375 right-center, 335 right-field line
  • Previously known as: "New" Comiskey Park, U.S. Cellular Field 

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Kauffman Stadium

Kansas City, Mo. The Kansas City Royals and the Boston Red Sox are introduced before their opening-day game at Kauffman Stadium on April 2, 2007 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

  • Address: One Royal Way, Kansas City, Mo. 64129-6969
  • Team: Kansas City Royals
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Kivett and Myers
  • Owned by: Jackson County, Mo.
  • Opened in: 1973
  • Cost: $70 million ($250 million renovation ongoing, 2007-10)
  • Capacity: 37,903
  • Outfield dimensions: 330 feet down left-field line, 390 left-center, 410 center, 390 right-center, 330 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: Fountains beyond outfield fence.

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Marlins Park

Miami A view from the upper deck as the Florida Marlins take on the New York Mets on opening day at Dolphin Stadium on March 31, 2008 in Miami. Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images

  • Address: 501 Marlins Way, Miami, Florida
  • Team: Miami Marlins
  • Type: ​Retractable roof
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Populous
  • Owned by: Miami-Dade County
  • Opened in: 2012
  • Cost: $515 million
  • Capacity: 37,442
  • Outfield dimensions: 340 left field, 384 left-center, 407 center, 392 right-center, 335-right field
  • Formerly known as: Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Sun Life Stadium.

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Miller Park

Milwaukee Fans watch a game between Chicago Cubs and the Milwaukee Brewers on June 6, 2007 at Miller Park in Milwaukee. Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

  • Address: 1 Brewers Way, Milwaukee, Wis. 53214
  • Team: Milwaukee Brewers
  • Type: Retractable dome
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: HKS, Inc., NBBJ, Eppstein Uhen Architects
  • Owned by: Milwaukee Brewers, Southeast Wisconsin Professional Baseball District
  • Opened in: 2001
  • Cost: $400 million
  • Capacity: 41,900
  • Outfield dimensions: 344 feet down left-field line, 370 left-center, 400 center, 374 right-center, 345 right-field line

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Minute Maid Park

Houston The Houston Astros and the Pittsburgh Pirates stand on the field during the National Anthem before their season-opening game on April 2, 2007 at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images

  • Address: 501 Crawford Street, Houston, Texas 77002
  • Team: Houston Astros
  • Type: Retractable dome
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Harris County-Houston Sports Authority
  • Opened in: 2000
  • Cost: ​$250 million
  • Capacity: 40,963
  • Outfield dimensions: 315 feet down left-field line, 362 left-center, 435 center, 373 right-center, 326 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: "Tal's Hill" in center field is a 10-degree grass incline (with a flagpole in the field of play) in the deepest part of the park, a tribute to Crosley Field in Cincinnati. The ballpark was formerly known as Enron Field before the company went under in 2001.

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Nationals Park

Washington, D.C. Fireworks light the sky during the National Anthem before the game between the Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves on March 30, 2008, the first game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images

  • Address: 1500 S Capitol St SE, Washington, DC 20003
  • Team: Washington Nationals
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: HOK Sport and Devrouax & Purnell Architects and Planners
  • Owned by: D.C. Sports & Entertainment Commission
  • Opened in: 2008
  • Cost: $611 million
  • Capacity: 41,888
  • Outfield dimensions: 336 feet down left-field line, 377 left-center, 402 center, 370 right-center, 335 right-field line

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Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Oakland, Calif. The Oakland Athletics play the Boston Red Sox during the opening-day game at the McAfee Coliseum on April 1, 2008 in Oakland, Calif. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

  • Address: 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, Calif. 94621
  • Team: ​Oakland Athletics
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (1966), HNTB (1996 renovations).
  • Owned by: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority
  • Opened in: 1968
  • Cost: $25.5 million (1966); $200 million (1996 renovations)
  • Capacity: 35,067
  • Outfield dimensions: 330 feet down left-field line, 375 left-center, 400 center, 375 right-center, 330 right-field line
  • Previously known as: McAfee Stadium, Network Associates Coliseum

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Baltimore The Baltimore Orioles play the Tampa Bay Rays on opening day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on March 31, 2008 in Baltimore,. Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images

  • Address: 333 West Camden Street, Baltimore, Md. 21201
  • Team: Baltimore Orioles
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Maryland Stadium Authority
  • Opened in: 1992
  • Cost: $110 million
  • Capacity: 48,876
  • Outfield dimensions: 333 feet down left-field line, 364 left-center, 410 deep left-center, 400 center, 373 right-center, 318 right-field line
  • Nickname: Camden Yards

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Petco Park

San Diego The first pitch is thrown during the opening-day game at Petco Park on March 31, 2008 between the San Diego Padres and Houston Astros in San Diego. Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images

  • Address: 19 Tony Gwynn Drive, San Diego, Calif. 92101
  • Team: San Diego Padres
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: HOK Sport, Antoine Predock (design), Spurlock Poirier (landscape) and ROMA (urban planning).
  • Owned by: City of San Diego (70 percent); San Diego Padres (30 percent)
  • Opened in: 2004
  • Cost: $456.8 million
  • Capacity: 42,445
  • Outfield dimensions: 336 feet down left-field line, 357 left-center, 396 center, 411 to deep right-center, 382 right field, 322 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: The Western Metal Supply Co. building, a 100-year-old edifice that had been scheduled for demolition, was saved and incorporated into the design of the ballpark down the left-field line.

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PNC Park

Pittsburgh The Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals line up for the National Anthem before the Pirates' home opener on April 9, 2007 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

  • Address: 115 Federal St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15212
  • Team: Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: HOK Sport, L.D. Astorino & Associates
  • Owned by: City of Pittsburgh Sports & Exhibition Authority
  • Opened in: 2001
  • Cost: $262 million
  • Capacity: 38,362
  • Outfield dimensions: 325 feet down left-field line, 386 left-center, 410 deep left-center, 399 center, 375 right-center, 320 right-field line

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Progressive Field

Cleveland Fans stand during the National Anthem before the opening-day game between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox at Progressive Field on March 31, 2008 in Cleveland. Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images

  • Address: 2401 Ontario Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
  • Team: Cleveland Indians
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Cuyahoga County, Ohio
  • Opened in: 1994
  • Cost: ​​$169 Million
  • Capacity: 35,225
  • Outfield dimensions: 325 feet down left-field line, 370 left-center, 405 center, 375 right-center, 325 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: 19-foot wall in left field with bleachers on top.
  • Previously known as: Jacobs Field ("The Jake")

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Rogers Centre

Toronto A general view of the Rogers Centre taken before the game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Kansas City Royals during their game at the Rogers Centre on April 9, 2007 in Toronto. Photo By Dave Sandford/Getty Images

  • Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Ontario M5V 1J3
  • Team: Toronto Blue Jays
  • Type: Retractable dome
  • Surface: AstroTurf
  • Architect: Rod Robbie and Michael Allen
  • Owned by: Rogers Communications
  • Opened in: 1989
  • Cost: $500 million
  • Capacity: 49,282
  • Outfield dimensions: 328 feet down left-field line, 375 left-center, 400 center, 375 right-center, 328 right-field line
  • Formerly known as: Skydome (1989-2005)

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Safeco Field

Seattle Players line up for the National Anthem before the Seattle Mariners' home opener against the Oakland Athletics at Safeco Field on April 2, 2007 in Seattle. Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

  • Address: 1516 First Avenue S., Seattle, Wash. 98134
  • Team: Seattle Mariners
  • Type: Open-air with retractable roof
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: NBBJ
  • Owned by: Washington-King County Stadium Authority
  • Opened in: 1999
  • Cost: $517.6 million
  • Capacity: 47,943
  • Outfield dimensions: 331 feet down left-field line, 390 left-center, 405 center, 386 right-center, 326 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: It's the only MLB stadium whose roof acts as an umbrella. It covers the park but does not enclose it.

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Sun Trust Park

Atlanta A general view of the singing of the National Anthem before the game between the Atlanta Braves and the Pittsburgh Pirates at Turner Field on March 31, 2008 in Atlanta. Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images

  • Address: 755 Hank Aaron Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 30315
  • Team: ​​Atlanta Braves
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architects: Populous​
  • Owned by: Cobb-Marietta Coliseum and Exhibit Hall Authority
  • Opened in: 2017
  • Cost: ​$672million
  • Capacity: ​​​​​​​41,149
  • Outfield dimensions: 335 feet down left-field line, 385 left-center, 400 center, 375 right-center, 325 right-field line
  • Origins: "The Ted" was Centennial Olympic Stadium in 1996, then renovated to suit the Braves.

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Target Field

Minneapolis Target Field before an exhibition game between the Minnesota Golden Gophers and the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs on March 27, 2010 in Minneapolis. Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

  • Address: 1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, Minn. 55403
  • Team: Minnesota Twins
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: HOK Sport
  • Owned by: Minnesota Ballpark Authority
  • Opened in: 2010
  • Cost: $545 Million
  • Capacity: 39,504
  • Outfield dimensions: 339 feet down left-field line, 377 left-center, 404 center, 367 right-center, 328 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: The Twins original "shaking hands" logo from 1961-1981 is 48 feet high in center field, featuring Twins characters (Minnie and Paul) that light up when a Twins player hits a home run.

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Tropicana Field

St. Petersburg, Fla. A general view of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays' game against the Oakland Athletics at Tropicana Field on May 5, 2007 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images

  • Address: 1 Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg, Fla. 33705
  • Team: ​Tampa Bay Rays
  • Type: Dome
  • Surface: AstroTurf
  • Architect: HOK Sport, Lescher & Mahoney Sports, Criswell, Blizzard & Blouin Architects
  • Owned by: City of St. Petersburg
  • Opened in: 1990
  • Cost: $115 Million (original) $85 Million (renovations)
  • Capacity:​ ​31,042 ​ (but up to 42,735 when tarps are removed)
  • Outfield dimensions: 315 feet down left-field line, 370 left-center, 404 center, 370 right-center, 322 right-field line
  • Previously known as: Florida Suncoast Dome, Thunderdome

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Wrigley Field

Chicago Wrigley Field is shown during the Chicago Cubs' game against the Detroit Tigers on June 17, 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

  • Address: 1060 West Addison Street, Chicago, Ill. 60613
  • Team: ​​Chicago Cubs
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Zachary Taylor Davis
  • Owned by: Chicago Cubs
  • Opened in: 1914
  • Cost: $250,000
  • Capacity: 41,160
  • Outfield dimensions: 355 feet down left-field line, 368 left-center, 400 center, 368 right-center, 353 right-field line
  • Distinguishing characteristic: Ivy-covered brick walls in the outfield.

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Yankee Stadium

New York A general view before the New York Yankees' exhibition game against the Chicago Cubs on April 3, 2009. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

  • Address: E. 161st Street and River Avenue, Bronx, N.Y. 10451
  • Team: New York Yankees
  • Type: Open-air
  • Surface: Grass
  • Architect: Populous
  • Owned by: New York Yankees
  • Opened in: 2009
  • Cost: $1.5 billion
  • Capacity: 47,422
  • Outfield dimensions: 318 feet down left-field line, 399 left-center, 408 center, 385 right-center, 314 right-field line
  • Nickname: The Stadium
  • Distinguishing characteristic: Monument Park over center field wall, and a replica of the frieze that was a trademark of the first Yankee Stadium.