Parks I Visited in 2009

Dove comprare farmaci contro la disfunzione erettile mg? Il farmaco Kamagra 100 mg, che tra l’altro si può acquistare on line e anche senza ricetta a detta di molti uomini che l’hanno già Every year, I provide a listing of the parks where I’ve attended games. Unfortunately, again this year, the NCAA’s rule that forbids college games prior to February 20 forced me to get a late start (in past years, I’ve started attending games at the end of January or in early February). Also, my total is down from previous years because I had to make my priority to get to the ten new and two completely rebuilt ballparks, rather than going for the maximum quantity of parks.

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 baseball game in this park … and nothing is more fun for me than that!

  1. UFCU Disch-Falk Field (1975), University of Texas Longhorns
  2. Lupton Stadium (2003), TCU Horned Frogs
  3. Charlotte Sports Park (1987, completely rebuilt 2009), Tampa Bay Rays’ spring training*
  4. Swanson Stadium (2004), Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles*
  5. City of Palms Park (1992), Boston Red Sox’ spring training
  6. McKechnie Field (1923, significantly renovated in 1993), Pittsburgh Pirates’ spring training
  7. Fort Lauderdale Stadium (1962), Baltimore Orioles’ spring training
  8. Camelback Ranch (2009), Chicago White Sox’ and Los Angeles Dodgers’ spring training*
  9. Surprise Stadium (2003), Kansas City Royals’ spring training (also saw Arizona Fall League game there)
  10. Goodyear Ballpark (2009), Cleveland Indians’ spring training*
  11. Packard Stadium (1974), Arizona State Sun Devils
  12. Scottsdale Stadium (1956, rebuilt in 1992), San Francisco Giants’ spring training
  13. Dell Diamond (2000), Round Rock Express
  14. Turner Field (1997), Atlanta Braves
  15. Lake Olmstead Stadium (1995), Augusta Greenjackets*
  16. Gwinnett Stadium (2009), Gwinnett Braves*
  17. Parkview Field (2009), Ft. Wayne TinCaps*
  18. Huntington Park (2009), Columbus Clippers*
  19. Kauffman Stadium (1973, significantly remodeled 2009), Kauffman Stadium
  20. Historic Sam Lynn Ballpark (1941), Bakersfield Blaze
  21. Aces Ballpark (2009), Reno Aces*
  22. Peccole Park (1988), University of Nevada Wolf Pack*
  23. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (1994), Texas Rangers
  24. Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium (1994), San Antonio Missions
  25. AT&T Bricktown Ballpark (1998), Big XII Tournament (Oklahoma City)
  26. Minute Maid Park (2000), Houston Astros
  27. Recreation Ballpark (1946, rebuilt 2009), Visalia Rawhide
  28. Citizens Bank Park (2004), Philadelphia Phillies
  29. Yankee Stadium (2009), New York Yankees*
  30. Citi Field (2009), New York Mets*
  31. KeySpan Park (2001), Brooklyn Cyclones
  32. Dr Pepper Ballpark (2003), Frisco RoughRiders
  33. Gabe Nesbitt Field at the Ballfields at Craig Ranch, McKinney Marshals (Texas Collegiate League)
  34. Burlington Athletic Stadium (1960), Burlington Royals*
  35. Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium (1995), Kannapolis Intimidators
  36. L.P. Frans Stadium (1993), Hickory Crawdads
  37. Grainger Stadium (1949), Kinston Indians*
  38. June Schaffer Memorial Park, Chillicothe Mudcats (MINK college summer league)*
  39. Citibank Ballpark (2002), Midland RockHounds
  40. Bowling Green Ballpark (2009), Bowling Green Hot Rods*
  41. Appalachian Power Park (2005), West Virginia Power (see note below)
  42. Applebee’s Park (2001), Lexington Legends
  43. PNC Park (2001), Pittsburgh Pirates
  44. Dodger Stadium (1962), Los Angeles Dodgers NLCS Game 1
  45. Hohokam Park (1979, rebuilt in 1996), Mesa Solar Sox of the Arizona Fall League
  46. Phoenix Municipal Stadium (1964), Phoenix Desert Dogs of the Arizona Fall League
  47. Peoria Stadium (1994), Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League

Note: I attended the game on July 25th at Charleston, WV’s Appalachian Power Park with my son and my 81-year-old father. My Dad took me to countless games when I was growing up, and was always supportive of BASEBALLPARKS.COM. The game in Charleston was the last he attended, as he passed away five weeks later.

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