Parks I Visited in 2000

I attended games at the parks of the following Major and Minor League teams during 2000. The year the stadium opened is shown in parentheses:

Tempe Diablo Stadium (1993), Anaheim Angels (Spring Training in Tempe)*

Scottsdale Stadium (1981), San Francisco Giants (Spring Training in Scottsdale, and later Scottsdale Scorpions of Arizona Fall League)*

HoHoKam Park (1979), Chicago Cubs (Spring Training in Mesa)*

Maryvale Baseball Park (1998), Milwaukee Brewers (Spring Training in Phoenix)*

Osceola County Stadium (1985), Houston Astros (Spring Training in Kissimmee)*

Holman Stadium (1953), Los Angeles Dodgers (Spring Training in Vero Beach)*

Space Coast Stadium (1994), Florida Marlins (Spring Training in Viera)*

Disney World’s Wide World of Sports Stadium (1997), Atlanta Braves (Spring Training in Orlando)*

Enron Field (2000), Houston Astros*

Camden Yards (1992), Baltimore Orioles

Kauffman Stadium (1973), Kansas City Royals

The Dell Diamond (2000), Round Rock Express*

Yale Field (1927), New Haven Ravens*

Cohen Stadium (1990), El Paso Diablos*

Cashman Field (1983), Las Vegas Stars*

Albuquerque Sports Stadium (1969), Albuquerque Dukes*

Prince Georges Stadium (1994), Bowie Baysox

BellSouth Park (2000), Chattanooga Lookouts*

Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium (1995), Piedmont Bollweevils

McCormick Field (1924, completely rebuilt in 1992), Asheville Tourists*

Sky Sox Stadium (1988), Colorado Springs Sky Sox*

Coors Field (1995), Colorado Rockies

John O’Donnell Stadium (1931), Quad City River Bandits*

Pacific Bell Park (2000), San Francisco Giants*

Raley Field (2000), Sacramento River Cats*

Durham Bulls Athletic Park (1995), Durham Bulls

Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium (1994), San Antonio Missions

The Ballpark In Arlington (1994), Texas Rangers

Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark (1998), Oklahoma Redhawks

Qualcomm Stadium (1969), San Diego Padres

Safeco Field (1999), Seattle Mariners*

Peoria Stadium, Peoria Javelinas (Arizona Fall League)*

* – my first time seeing a game in this particular park (and nothing is more fun for me than attending a game for the first time in a ballpark!)

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