Parks I Visited in 2002

I attended games at the parks of the following Major and Minor League teams during 2002. The year the stadium opened is shown in parentheses:

Baseball City Stadium (1988), Kansas City Royals — Spring Training in Davenport*

Dunedin Stadium (1977), Toronto Blue Jays — Spring Training in Dunedin*

Florida Power Park, Tampa Bay Devil Rays — Spring Training in St. Petersburg*

Ed Smith Stadium (1989), Cincinnati Reds — Spring Training in Sarasota

Hammond Stadium (1991), Minnesota Twins — Spring Training in Ft. Myers*

Joker Marchant Stadium (1946), Detroit Tigers — Spring Training in Lakeland*

Roger Dean Stadium (1998), Montreal Expos — Spring Training in Jupiter*

Ft. Lauderdale Stadium, Baltimore Orioles — Spring Training in Ft. Lauderdale

Thomas J. White Stadium (1988), New York Mets — Spring Training in Port St. Lucie*

Space Coast Stadium (1993), Florida Marlins — Spring Training in Viera

The Dell Diamond (2000), Round Rock Express

Holman Stadium (1953), Vero Beach Dodgers

Minute Maid Park, formerly Enron Field (2000), Houston Astros

Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium (1994), San Antonio Missions

LaGrave Field (2002), Fort Worth Cats*

The Ballpark In Arlington (1994), Texas Rangers

Network Associates Coliseum (1966), Oakland Athletics

John Thurman Field (1952), Modesto Athletics*

Grizzlies Stadium (2002), Fresno Grizzlies*

Recreation Park (1946), Visalia Oaks*

Sam Lynn Ballpark (1941), Bakersfield Blaze*

SBC Bricktown Ballpark (1998), Oklahoma RedHawks

Kauffman Stadium (1973), Kansas City Royals

Ray Winder Field (1932), Arkansas Travelers*

Pro Player Stadium (1993), Florida Marlins

First American Bank Ballpark (2002), Midland RockHounds*

Edison International Field (1966), Anaheim Angels

The Epicenter (1993), Rancho Cucamonga Quakes*

Dodger Stadium (1962), Los Angeles Dodgers

Arrowhead Credit Union Park (1996), San Bernardino Stampede*

* – 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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