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Pro Parks I've seen

It's almost impossible to keep this up to date, but I try! I hope you find the format of this chart to be self explanatory. It is updated to reflect changes through Opening Day 2012, and teams with a new ballpark in 2012 are indicated in red. You can always keep up with those on our Ballpark Changes pages.

I've made every effort, by the way, to eliminate any "double counting" of parks that I visited at one time for one purpose (e.g., because it's a Florida State League ballpark), and then saw a game there at a later time (a spring-training exhibition, for example). Note that the totals are at the bottom. If you're curious about the 52 parks in which I saw a game in 2004, I have a separate list, plus here are the 61 parks I saw in 2005, the 65 I accomplished in 2006, the 57 in 2007, the 53 in 2008, the 47 in 2009, the 43 in 2010, the 52 in 2011 and 53 in 2012.

Attended game at current park
Just visited current park
Saw spring training game at current park
Just visited current spring training park
Attended game at team's old park
Just visited team's old park
Attended game at team's old old park
Just visited team's old old park

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Arizona
X
X
Atlanta
X
X
X
Chicago
X
X
Cincinnati
X
X
X
X
Colorado
X
X
X
Los Angeles
X
X
X
Miami
X
X
X
Milwaukee
X
X
X
New York
X
X
X
Philadelphia
X
X
X
Pittsburgh
X
X
X
St. Louis
X
X
X
San Diego
X
X
X
San Francisco
X
X
X
Washington
X
X
X
X
X
Notes for this league: Los Angeles' old park is the LA Coliseum (saw exhibition there 3/08), and I saw a game at their old spring park in Vero Beach (+1); Washington's old park is RFK, and "old old" are in Montreal and Puerto Rico; San Diego shares its spring park with the Mariners (but is counted only once -- here); saw game at Philadelphia's current spring park and their old spring park (+1). I saw a game at the Rockies' old spring park as well as the new Salt Rivers park (+1). I've visited the following old spring parks: Cincinnati's in Plant City; the Braves/Expos' in West Palm Beach; the Astros' in Cocoa; the Padres' in Yuma and the Brewers' in Chandler.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Anaheim
X
X
Baltimore
X
X
X
Boston
X
X
Chicago
X
(X)
X
Cleveland
X
X
X
Detroit
X
X
X
Houston
X
X
X
Kansas City
X
X
Minnesota
X
X
X
New York
X
X
X
Oakland
X
X
Seattle
X
(X)
X
Tampa Bay
X
X
Texas
X
(X)
Toronto
X
X
X
Notes for this league: I attended a game at the White Sox' new spring park, but since I also saw the Dodgers play there, it is only counted under the Dodgers; I attended a game at Cleveland's old spring park in Winter Haven (+1); I attended a game at Kansas City's old spring park in Hanes City (they now share spring park with Texas) (+1); I attended a game of the Orioles at Washington's RFK Stadium (counted under AL above); since KC and Seattle share spring-training parks with others, those visits are not "double counted" here; I attended games at the Rays new spring park in Port Charlotte, and at the Rays' old spring park in St. Pete (+1); similarly, I attended games at the Red Sox' new spring park in Lee County, FL and their old spring park in Fort Myers (+1).

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Buffalo
X
Charlotte
X
Columbus
X
X
Durham
X
X
Gwinnett
X
X
Indianapolis
X
X
Lehigh Valley
X
X
Louisville
X
X
X
Norfolk
X
Pawtucket
X
Rochester
X
X
Scranton/WB
X
X
Syracuse
X
Toledo
X
X
Notes for this league: Gwinnett's old park was in Richmond; Lehigh Valley's old park was in Ottawa; Louisville's old park is Cardinal Stadium, and their old-old park was the Super Dome in New Orleans, and I attended a game in the Amer Assoc there; SWB's old park was also in SWB (it was completely demolished, and new park built in its place); I attended an Int'l Lea game in Syracuse hosted by the SWB Yankees.

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Albuquerque
X
X
Colorado Springs
X
X
Fresno
X
X
X
Iowa
X
Las Vegas
X
Memphis
X
X
Nashville
X
New Orleans
X
X
Oklahoma
X
X
Omaha
X
X
Reno
X
(X)
Round Rock
X
Sacramento
X
Salt Lake
X
Tacoma
X
Tucson
X
X
Notes for this league: Colorado Springs used to be Hawaii, and that is the "park visited" referenced here; New Orleans' old park is Maestri Field; Reno's old park is Tucson Electric Park and their old-old park is the former spring park of the Rockies (so since it's counted in the National League list, it's not counted here). Tucson's old park was in Portland. Fresno's old park is Pete Beiden Field.

EASTERN LEAGUE

Akron
X
Altoona
X
Binghamton
X
Bowie
X
X
Erie
X
Harrisburg
X
New Britain
X
X
New Hampshire
X
X
X
Portland
X
Reading
X
Richmond
X
X
Trenton
X
Notes for this league: New Hampshire's old park was Gill Stadium, and the old-old park was in New Haven. Bowie's old parks included Memorial Stadium in Baltimore (which is counted in the American League chart) and University of Maryland, where I attended a game; I have also visited the former EL park in Albany-Colonie (+1). Richmond's old park was in Norwich, CT.

SOUTHERN LEAGUE

Birmingham
X
X
X
Chattanooga
X
X
Huntsville
X
Jackson
X
Jacksonville
X
X
Mississippi
X
Mobile
X
Montgomery
X
X
X
Pensacola
X
X
Tennessee
X
X
Notes for this league: Tennessee used to be Knoxville, and I visited their old park; Montgomery used to be Orlando (where I attended a game at their old old park, Tinker Field), -- the old park referenced here as "visited" is Montgomery's old Southern League park (Paterson Field); Mississippi's old park was in Greenville, but that is covered in South Atlantic League. Birmingham's old park is Hoover Met and their old old park is Rickwood Field; Pensacola's old park is in Zebulon, NC when the team was called the Carolina Mudcats.

TEXAS LEAGUE

Arkansas
X
X
Corpus Christi
X
     
(X)
   
X
Frisco
X
X
Midland
X
X
Northwest Ark
X
X
San Antonio
X
Springfield
X
X
X
Tulsa
X
X

Notes for this league: Frisco used to be Shreveport, and that is the "game attended" referenced here; Springfield used to be El Paso, and that is the "game attended" and their old old park also in El Paso was visited; Corpus Christi used to be Round Rock, but that is counted in the PCL, their old-old park is in Jackson. Northwest Arkansas used to be Wichita. I have also visited former TL parks (not listed above, and are still standing) in Alexandria, Amarillo, Beaumont, and Victoria (+3, because Amarillo is also counted as independent league park where I attended a game)

CALIFORNIA LEAGUE

Bakersfield
X
High Desert
X
Inland Empire
X
Lake Elsinore
X
Lancaster
X
X
Modesto
X
Rancho Cuca
X
San Jose
X
Stockton
X
X
Visalia
X
Notes for this league: The "old park" I visited for Lancaster is Riverside; I have also visited the former Cal League parks in Anaheim (La Palma), Lodi and Palm Springs (interestingly, this park was used for spring training for 32 years)

CAROLINA LEAGUE

Carolina
X
X
Frederick
X
Lynchburg
X
Myrtle Beach
X
Potomac
X
X
Salem
X
X
Wilmington
X
Winston-Salem
X
X
Notes for this league: Potomac used to be Alexandria, and that is the "game attended" referenced here; Carolina used to play in Kinston, where I saw a game; I attended a game at Carolina when it was in the Southern League, so it is counted there.

FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE

Bradenton
Brevard County
Charlotte
(X)
Clearwater
(X)
Daytona
X
Dunedin
(X)
Fort Myers
Jupiter
Lakeland
Palm Beach
(X)
St Lucie
Tampa
X
Notes for this league: most of these parks are also used as Major League spring ballparks, so where I've seen/visited one of these parks as a spring park, it is indicated in parentheses here where I've also seen an FSL game there (only counted in the Major League listings above); Charlotte used to be Vero Beach; Tampa's old park is Red McEwen Field at USF; Palm Beach uses the same park as Jupiter

MIDWEST LEAGUE

Beloit
X
Bowling Green
X
X
XX
Burlington (IA)
X
Cedar Rapids
X
X
Clinton
X
Dayton
X
X
X
Fort Wayne
X
X
Great Lakes
X
Kane County
X
Lake County
X
Lansing
X
Peoria
X
Quad City
X
South Bend
X
West Michigan
X
Wisconsin
X
X
Notes for this league: Bowling Green used to be Columbus GA (where I saw a game), and their old-old parks were in Albany and Wilmington, and those are the "visited" referenced here; Dayton used to be Rockford, and that is the "game attended" referenced here, and their old old park was Madison

SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE

Asheville
X
Augusta
X
Charleston (SC)
X
Delmarva
X
Greensboro
X
X
Greenville
X
X
X
Hagerstown
X
Hickory
X
X
Kannapolis
X
Lakewood
X
X
Lexington
X
Rome
X
X
Savannah
X
West Virginia
X
X
Notes for this league: Greenville's old park is also in Greenville, and they used to be Capital City (Columbia, SC), which I visited; Rome used to be Macon, which I visited; Lakewood used to be Cape Fear, which I visited; Hickory used to be Gastonia, which I visited. Salisbury was in the predecessor to this league, and I visited it (+1)

NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE

Aberdeen
X
Auburn
X
Batavia
X
Brooklyn
X
Connecticut
X
X
Hudson Valley
X
Jamestown
X
Lowell
X
Mahoning Valley
X
State College
X
Staten Island
X
Tri-City
X
X
Vermont
X
Williamsport
X
Notes for this league: Tri City used to be Pittsfield, which is the "game attended" referenced here. Connecticut's old park was in Oneonta, and their current park was formerly used in the Eastern League (and that's the "game attended" mentioned here, although it's counted in the EL above)). I have also visited the former NY-Penn parks in St. Catherines and Utica.

NORTHWEST LEAGUE

Boise
X
Eugene
X
X
Everett
X
Hillsboro
X
X
Salem-Keizer
X
Spokane
X
Tri-City
X
Vancouver
X
Yakima
X
Hillsboro used to be Yakima

APPALACHIAN LEAGUE

Bluefield
X
Bristol
X
Burlington (NC)
X
Danville
X
Elizabethton
X
Greeneville
X
X
Johnson City
X
Kingsport
X
Princeton
X
Pulaski
X
Notes for this league: Greeneville used to be Martinsville; Huntington WV used to be in this league, and I attended a game there (+1); Paintsville KY used to be in this league, and I visited there (+1)

PIONEER LEAGUE

Billings
X
X
Grand Junction
X
Great Falls
X
Helena
X
Idaho Falls
X
Missoula
X
X
Ogden
X
X
Orem
X
X
Notes for this league: Grand Junction used to be Casper, where I attended a game; Orem used to be Provo, which I visited
I've attended games in this many current parks (includes current spring training parks when I saw a spring game there, and pro games in Mexico and Puerto Rico):
187
I've attended games in this many former parks (eliminates "double counting" if I saw two different kinds of games in the same park):
57
I've visited/photographed this many other current parks (again, eliminates "double counting" of spring parks):

18

I've visited/photographed this many former parks:
55
Grand total

317

Grand total including independent league parks (below)
328
Note that this listing does NOT count times when I've visited the site of a no-longer-standing park, which I've done A LOT. It DOES count the Mexican Pacific League game I saw in Mexicali and the Caribbean World Series I attended in Carolina, Puerto Rico, because those are pro leagues
In addition to the above, I've attended games at the following independent league parks:
Amarillo
Fort Worth
San Angelo
Baton Rouge
Gateway
Camden
Grand Prairie
Coastal Bend
Harlingen
Edinburg
Laredo

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