Major League Ballpark Stats

Sorted chronologically by franchise

© 2016 Grand Slam Enterprises

This chart is the culmination of a lot of effort and research. It is certainly a work in progress, as I will be filling in the “blank” fields as I run across the missing data. For right now, though, it should give you some valuable info regarding the ballparks that the teams in the Majors have used starting in 1900.

Notes: (Also see footnotes below the chart)
  • Franchises are in alphabetical order by current team nickname (note that team nicknames might have changed over the years)
  • Some “1st year” dates are prior to 1900 because the park was already in use when the new century arrived
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Outfield dimensions Wall height
Franchise League Stadium City Original
architect
1st
year
Last
year
Capacity Left field Left
center
Center
field
Right
center
Right
field
Left
field
Center
field
Right
field
Area
of Fair Territory
Angels AL Wrigley Field Los Angeles
Zachary
Taylor Davis
1961 1961 20,457 340 345 412 345 338 14.5 14.5 9
Angels AL Dodger Stadium Los Angeles
Praeger
Kavanagh Waterbury
1962 1965 56,000 330 380 410 380 330 3.75 10 3.75
Angels AL Angel Stadium of Anaheim Anaheim
Nobel
Herzberg
1966 45,050 330 376 408 361 330 8 8 18 110,000
Colt .45s NL Colt Stadium Houston 1962 1964 32,601 360 395 420 395 360 8 30 8 124,000
Astros NL Astrodome Houston
-1-
1965 1999 54,816 325 375 400 375 325 10 10 10 109,000
Astros NL Minute Maid Park Houston
HOK
2000 42,000 315 362 435 373 326 21 9 7
Athletics AL Columbia Park Philadelphia 1901 1908 13,600
Athletics AL Shibe Park Philadelphia
William
Steele and Sons
1909 1954 33,166 334 405 468 393 329 12 20 30 111,000
Athletics AL Municipal Stadium Kansas City
Osborn
Engineering
1955 1967 32,561 369 409 421 360 325 22 22 40 116,000
Athletics AL O.co Coliseum Oakland
Skidmore,
Owing and Merrill
1968 45,177 330 362 400 362 330 8 8 8 108,000
Blue Jays AL Exhibition Stadium Toronto
Marini
and Morris
1977 1989 43,737 330 375 400 375 330 12 12 12 110,000
Blue Jays AL Rogers Centre Toronto
Rod
Robbie and Michael Allen
1989 50,516 328 375 400 375 328 10 10 10 108,000
Braves NL South End Grounds Boston 1894 1914 250 445 450 440 255 6 6 20 129,000
Braves NL Fenway Park Boston
-2-
1914 1915 35,000 324 360 488 374 313 25 120,000
Braves NL Braves Field Boston
Osborn
Engineering
1915 1952 37,106 337 365 390 355 319 20 20 10 103,000
Braves NL County Stadium Milwaukee
Skidmore,
Owing and Merrill
1953 1965 43,826 320 377 402 377 315 8 8 10 107,000
Braves NL Atlanta Fulton County
Stadium
Atlanta
-3-
1966 1996 52,013 330 385 402 385 330 10 10 10 113,000
Braves NL Turner Field Atlanta
-3-
1997 50,062 335 380 401 390 330 8 8 8 115,000
Pilots AL Sicks’ Stadium Seattle 1969 1969 25,420 305 345 402 342 320 8 13 8 100,000
Brewers AL-NL County Stadium Milwaukee
Skidmore,
Owing and Merrill
1970 2000 53,192 315 376 402 376 315 10 10 10 107,000
Brewers NL Miller Park Milwaukee
-4-
2001 42,200 344 370 400 374 345 8 8 8
Cardinals NL Robison Field St. Louis 1893 1920 21,000 380 400 435 320 290
Cardinals NL Sportsman’s Park (III) St. Louis
Osborn
Engineering
1920 1966 30,500 351 379 420 354 309 11.5 11.5 37 109,000
Cardinals NL Busch Stadium St. Louis
Sverdrup,
Parcel & Assoc.
1966 2005 49,676 330 372 402 372 330 8 8 8 110,000
Cardinals NL Busch Stadium St. Louis
HOK
2006 46,861 336 375 400 375 335 8 8 8
Cubs NL West Side Grounds Chicago 1894 1915 16,000 340 441 560 435 316 149,000
Cubs NL Wrigley Field Chicago
Zachary
Taylor Davis
1916 38,765 355 353 402 368 353 16 11 15 108,000
Diamondbacks NL Chase Field Phoenix
Ellerbe
Becket
1998 48,700 330 374 407 374 334 7.5 25 7.5 113,000
Superbas/Dodgers NL Washington Park Brooklyn 1898 1912 18,800 300 443 400 300 275 12 12 42
Dodgers NL Ebbets Field Brooklyn
Clarence
Randall Van Buskirk
1913 1957 28,000 348 351 393 352 297 10 20 38 100,000
Dodgers NL Roosevelt Stadium Jersey City 1956 1957 24,500 330 397 411 397 330 11 4 11
Dodgers NL Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles
John
and Donald Parkinson
1958 1961 94,600 252 320 420 380 300 42 6 4 103,000
Dodgers NL Dodger Stadium Los Angeles
Praeger
Kavanagh Waterbury
1962 56,000 330 380 400 380 330 8 10 8
Giants NL Polo Grounds (IV) New York 1891 1911 16,000 335 433 335 4 3 4
Giants NL Hilltop Park New York 1911 1911 15,000 365 542 400
Giants NL Polo Grounds (V) New York
-5-
1911 1957 54,500 280 455 480 449 258 17 30.5 12 129,000
Giants NL Seal Stadium San Francisco 1958 1959 22,900 361 364 400 397 350 15 30.5 16 112,000
Giants NL 3Com Park San Francisco
John
Bolles
1960 1999 58,000 335 375 410 362 335 8 8 8 105,000
Giants NL AT&T Park San Francisco
HOK
2000 40,800 335 364 404 420 307 8 8 25
Blues/Naps AL League Park (III) Cleveland 1901 1909 9,000 290 20
Naps/Indians AL League Park (IV) Cleveland
Osborn
Engineering
1910 1946 22,500 375 415 420 400 290 5 35 45 103,000
Indians AL Cleveland Stadium Cleveland
Walker
& Weeks
1932 1993 74,483 320 375 404 370 320 8 16 8 109,000
Indians AL Progressive Field Cleveland
HOK
1994 43,345 325 370 405 375 325 19 8 8 106,000
Mariners AL Kingdome Seattle
-6-
1977 1999 59,166 331 376 405 352 312 17.5 11.5 23 108,000
Mariners AL Safeco Field Seattle
NBBJ
1999 47,116 331 388 405 385 326 8 8 8
Marlins NL Sun Life Stadium Miami
HOK
1993 2011 47,662 330 385 404 363 345 26.5 8 8 115,000
Marlins NL Marlins Parik Miami
Populous
2012 37,442 344 386 416 392 335 10 16 10
Mets NL Polo Grounds (V) New York
-5-
1962 1963 56,000 280 455 483 449 258 17 30.5 12 129,000
Mets NL Shea Stadium New York
Praeger
Kavanagh Waterbury
1964 2008 55,775 338 378 410 378 338 8 8 8 113,000
Mets NL Citi Field New York
Populous
2009 41,800 335 371 408 378 330
Expos NL Parc Jarry Montreal
HOK
1969 1976 28,456 340 368 417 368 340 5 5 5 112,000
Expos NL Le Stade Olympique Montreal
Roger
Tallibert
1977 2004 43,739 325 375 404 375 325 12 12 12 112,000
Expos NL Estadio Hiram Bithorn San Juan 2003 2004 18,264 315 399 319 8 8 8
Nationals NL RFK Stadium Washington
Osborn
Engineering
2005 2007 45,000 335 380 410 380 335 8 8 8
Nationals NL Nationals Park Washington HOK and Devrouax & Purnell
2008
41,000
332
377
409
370
335
8
12
8
Brewers AL Lloyd Street Grounds Milwaukee 1901 1901 20
Browns AL Sportsman’s Park (II) St. Louis 1902 1908 18,000 15
Browns AL Sportsman’s Park (III) St. Louis
Osborn
Engineering
1909 1953 34,450 351 379 420 354 310 11.5 11.5 37 109,000
Orioles AL Memorial Stadium Baltimore
L.P.
Kooken
1954 1991 53,371 309 376 405 376 309 14 6 14 109,000
Orioles AL Oriole Park at Camden
Yards
Baltimore
HOK
1992 48,262 333 364 400 373 318 7 7 25 107,000
Padres NL Qualcomm Stadium San Diego
Frank
L. Hope & Assoc.
1969 2003 67,544 327 370 405 370 330 8.5 8.5 17.5 110,000
Padres NL Petco Park San Diego
HOK and Antoine
Predock
2004
42,500
334
358
396
411
322
7.5 7.5 10
Phillies NL Baker Bowl Philadelphia
John
Joseph Deery
1887 1938 18,800 342 359 408 300 280 12 35 60 92,000
Phillies NL Connie Mack Stadium Philadelphia
William
Steele and Sons
1938 1970 33,608 334 387 410 390 329 12 3 32 111,000
Phillies NL Veterans Stadium Philadelphia
Hugh
Stubbins & Assoc.
1971 2003 62,382 330 371 408 371 330 12 12 12 112,000
Phillies NL Citizens Bank Ballpark Philadelphia
-7-
2004
43,500
329
369
401
369
330
13
6
8
Pirates NL Exposition Park (III) Pittsburgh 1891 1909 16,000 400 413 450 413 440
Pirates NL Forbes Field Pittsburgh
Charles
W. Leavitt Jr.
1909 1970 35,000 365 406 435 408 300 12 12 28 118,000
Pirates NL Three Rivers Stadium Pittsburgh
-8-
1970 2000 47,971 335 375 400 375 335 10 10 10 112,000
Pirates NL PNC Park Pittsburgh
HOK
2001 38,217 325 386 400 375 320 6 10 21
Senators AL Griffith Stadium Washington
Osborn
Engineering
1961 1961 27,550 388 372 421 373 320 6.5 6 31 122,000
Senators AL RFK Stadium Washington
Osborn
Engineering
1962 1971 43,500 335 381 410 378 335 7 7 7 113,000
Rangers AL Arlington Stadium Arlington 1972 1993 43,521 333 380 400 380 330 11 11 11 110,000
Rangers AL Globe Life Park Arlington
David
M. Schwartz and HKS
1994 49,170 332 390 400 381 325 14 8 8 113,000
Rays AL Tropicana Field St. Petersburg
HOK
1998 45,360 315 370 407 370 322 9.5 9.5 9.5 105,000
Pilgrims/Red Sox AL Huntington Avenue Baseball
Grounds
Boston 1901 1911 11,500 350 440 530 424 280 154,000
Red Sox AL Fenway Park Boston
-2-
1912 33,925 308 334 390 379 302 37 8.75 5 99,000
Reds NL League Park (II) Cincinnati 1894 1901
Reds NL Palace of the Fans Cincinnati
John
G. Thurtle
1902 1911 450
Reds NL Crosley Field Cincinnati
Hake
& Hake
1912 1970 29,603 328 380 387 383 366 18 23 9 104,000
Reds NL Cinergy Field Cincinnati
-9-
1970 2002 40,008 320 370 393 375 325 8 30 8
Reds NL Great American Ball Park Cincinnati
HOK
2003 42,059 328 379 404 370 325 12 8 8
Rockies NL Mile High Stadium Denver 1993 1994 76,037 333 366 423 400 370 14 14 18 116,000
Rockies NL Coors Field Denver
HOK
1995 50,249 347 390 415 375 350 8 8 14 117,000
Royals AL Municipal Stadium Kansas City
Osborn
Engineering
1969 1972 35,561 369 408 421 382 338 13 22 12 128,000
Royals AL Kauffman Stadium Kansas City
-10-
1973 37,840 330 375 410 375 330 8 8 8 110,000
Tigers AL Bennett Park Detroit 1901 1911 14,000
Tigers AL Burns Park Detroit 1901 1902
Tigers AL Tiger Stadium Detroit
Osborn
Engineering
1912 1999 46,945 340 365 440 370 325 6.5 5.5 6.5 113,000
Tigers AL Comerica Park Detroit
HOK
and SHG
2000 40,637 345 398 420 403 330 7 8.5 11.5
Senators AL American League Park (I) Washington 1901 1903
Senators AL American League Park (II) Washington 1904 1910
Senators AL Griffith Stadium Washington
Osborn
Engineering
1911 1960 28,669 350 372 421 373 320 6.5 6 31 122,000
Twins AL Metropolitan Stadium Bloomington 1961 1981 45,919 343 360 402 370 330 12 8 5 109,000
Twins AL Humphrey Metrodome Minneapolis
Skidmore
Owing & Merrill
1982 2009 55,883 343 385 408 367 327 13 13 23 111,000
Twins AL Target Field Minneapolis
Populous
2010 39,504 339 377 404 365 328 8 8 23
White Stockings/Sox AL South Side Park (III) Chicago 1901 1910 15,000
White Sox AL Comiskey Park (I) Chicago
Zachary
Taylor Davis
1910 1990 43,951 347 372 409 372 347 10 18 10 114,000
White Sox AL U.S. Cellular Field Chicago
HOK
1991 40,615 330 377 400 372 335 8 8 8 110,000
Orioles AL Oriole Park (IV) Baltimore 1901 1902
Highlanders AL Hilltop Park New York 1903 1912 15,000 365 402 542 425 400 146,000
Yankees AL Polo Grounds (V) New York
-5-
1913 1922 38,000 286 447 433 440 256 10 20 10
Yankees AL Yankee Stadium (I) New York
Osborn
Engineering
1923 1973 67,000 301 457 461 407 296 4 14 4 124,000
Yankees AL Shea Stadium New York
Praeger
Kavanagh Waterbury
1974 1975 55,600 341 371 410 371 338 12 8 12 111,000
Yankees AL Yankee Stadium (II) New York
Praeger Kavanagh Waterbury
1976 2008 57,545 318 399 408 385 314 8 7 10 113,000
Yankees AL Yankee Stadium (III) New York
Populous
2009 50,329 318 399 408 385 314
  • The name of the stadium, the capacity and the dimensions shown are the last/most recent used by that team
  • The source (in most cases) of the architects is the 2006 edition of Green Cathedrals. Here are the explanations of numbered notes in this column: 1 – Herman Lloyd and WB Morgan and Wilson Morris Crain & Anderson; 2 – Osborn Engineering and Charles E. McLaughlin; 3 – Heery International and Williams-Russell & Johnson and Ellerbe Beckett; 4 – HKS and Eppstein Uhen Assoc.; 5 – Osborn Engineering and Harry B. Herts; 6 – Naramore Bain Brady & Johnson and Skillington Engineers and Osborn Engineering and Praeger-Kavanagh-Waterbury; 7 – Ewing Cole Cherry Brott and HOK; 8 – Deeter Ritchey Sipple and Michael Baker and Osborn Engineering; 9 – Heery & Heery and Finch Alexander Barnes Rothschild & Paschal; 10 – Charles Deaton and Kivett & Meyers
  • The Area of Fair Territory (AFT) is expressed in square feet.  It represents the area of the entire playing surface within the foul lines and outfield walls.  It is not available for all parks.  The figures listed are from Oscar Palacios’ wonderful book Ballpark Sourcebook, Diamond Diagrams, and do not necessarily reflect the AFT at either the beginning or the end of the stadium’s life. For the exact year represented, please refer to the book.
  • Stadiums are listed even if they were used only part-time (but regularly, like League Park and Roosevelt Stadium) by a ML team
  • The listing does not include parks of the Federal League (1914-1915) or the Negro Leagues

There are bound to be errors in this, so please write me and point them out.