Parks I Visited in 2005

61 with an asterisk!

I attended games at the parks of the following Major League, Minor League and college teams in 2005. I made it to 61* parks (I’m using the asterisk because one of the games was a World Series contest — and because the number 61 is often accompanied by an asterisk in baseball circles!!).

I started recording the games at college and independent-league parks in 2003, and I’ve decided to keep up that practice from now on.

La medicinali per eiaculazioni precoci - è il risultato di studi scientifici che sfruttano l'azione sinergica di alcune erbe provenienti dal Sud America e Asia tra cui la Muira Puama. Il risultato è Identico al Cialis (Lunga Durata) a differenza che Il nostro prodotto, la Pillola Blu Naturale non necessita di alcuna ricetta medica. If the name of the park is a link, then clicking on it will take you to the in-depth review (done this year) of this stadium. I do this for all newly opened pro ballparks.

So here’s the list. For your information, the year the stadium opened (if known) is shown in parenthesis. If there’s an asterisk, that means it’s my first time attending a game in this park (and nothing is more fun for me than that!):

Disch Falk Field (1975), University of Texas Longhorns

Dan Law Field, Texas Tech University Red Raiders*

Turchin Stadium (1991), Tulane University Green Wave*

Fair Ground Field (1986), used as home field for Centenary College Gents

The Dell Diamond (2000), college tournament, as well as Round Rock Express

Lupton Stadium (2003), Texas Christian University Horned Frogs

Presley Askew Field, New Mexico State University*

Tempe Diablo Stadium (1969, completely rebuilt in 1992), Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim spring-training game

Frank Sancet Stadium, Arizona University Wildcats*

Tucson Electric Park (1998), Arizona Diamondbacks spring-training game

Surprise Stadium (2003), Texas Rangers spring-training game

Fort Lauderdale Stadium, Baltimore Orioles spring-training game

Zephyr Field (1997), used as home field for Southeast Lousiana University, LSU and New Orleans Zephyrs

Isotopes Park (2003), used as home field for University of New Mexico Lobos

George C. Page Stadium, Loyola Marymount University Lions*

Jackie Robinson Stadium (1981), UCLA Bruins*

SBC Bricktown Ballpark (1998), Major League exhibition game and Big XII tournament

Maestri Field, University of New Orleans Privateers*

Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium (1994), San Antonio Missions

Reckling Park (2000), Rice University Owls

Keller-Faszholz Fielf, Concordia University Tornados*

Whataburger Field (2005), Corpus Christi Hooks* (first game ever played here)

Minute Maid Park (2000), Houston Astros (in addition to regular-season games, I also attended Game 4 of the World Series)

Ameriquest Field (1994), Texas Rangers

Matador Field, Cal State Northridge Matadors*

Patriot Field (1983), Dallas Baptist University Patriots*

Pfitzner Stadium (1984), Potomac Nationals

RFK Stadium (1961), Washington Nationals

Tony Gwynn Stadium (1997), San Diego State Univ. Aztecs*

Banner Island Ballpark (2005), Stockton Ports*

Sunken Diamond (1931), Stanford University Cardinal*

Appalachian Power Park (2005), West Virginia Power*

Drillers Stadium (1981), Tulsa Drillers

Hammons Field (2005), Springfield Cardinals*

Edinburg Baseball Stadium (2001), Edinburg Roadrunners

Baylor Ballpark (2000), Baylor Bears (NCAA Super Regional)

Sam Lynn Ballpark (1941), Bakersfield Blaze

Grizzlies Stadium (2002), Fresno Grizzlies

The Ballpark on Bonnie Brae, Denton Outlaws of the Texas Collegiate League*

Dr. Pepper/7 Up Ballpark (2003), Frisco RoughRiders

Ernie Shore Field (1956), Winston Salem Warthogs*

First Horizon Park (2005), Greensboro Grasshoppers*

Trustmark Park (2005), Mississippi Braves*

Parkway Crossing Stadium — also called “Home of the Owlz” (2005), Orem Owlz*

Franklin Covey Field (1994), Salt Lake Stingers

Lindquist Field (1997), Ogden Raptors*

Scottland Yard, Highland Park Blue Sox of the Texas Collegiate League*

The Parks at Texas Star, Euless Lonestars of the Texas Collegiate League*

LeLacheur Park (1998), Lowell Spinners

Joseph L. Bruno Stadium (2002), Tri-City Valley Cats*

Dunn Tire Park (1988), Buffalo Bisons

Rogers Centre (1989), Toronto Blue Jays

Lynx Stadium (1993), Ottawa Lynx*

Damaschke Field (1906, rebuilt in 1921 and again in 1940), Oneonta Tigers*

Fisher Cats Ballpark (2005), New Hampshire Fisher Cats*

LaGrave Field (2002), Fort Worth Cats

Dolphins Stadium (1993 for baseball), Florida Marlins

Kauffman Stadium (1973), Kansas City Royals

Mike Lansing Field (2002), Casper Rockies

Coors Field (1995), Colorado Rockies (#60 for the year!)

Turner Field (1997), Atlanta Braves (NLDS)

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