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Upper deck at Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals.

American League Ballparks
Fenway Park to Target Field
National League Ballparks
Wrigley Field to Marlins Park
 
Past Ballparks
Hilltop Park to Shea Stadium
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Athletics Ballpark to Rays Ballpark

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Los Angeles Angles vs Tampa Bay Rays
August 1, 2, 3, 2014 - TICKETS

Tropicana Field - Tampa, FL

BALLPARK NEWS

Baseball Stadium Architecture has Come a Long Way
Since 1993, there have been only seven times when the stadium that played host to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game was not a brand-new barn. That year, of course, featured Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the now already iconic “nostalgia park” that has gone on to become the template for so many other cities’ efforts to capture the traditions and heroics of eras in a game whose history spans three centuries. That’s meant that in the last two decades, 14 new parks have been featured, and many of them, including Comerica Park in Detroit, PNC Park in Pittsburgh and Coors Field in Denver are the handiwork of Populous, a Kansas City-based architecture firm, and the most prolific designer of ballparks — major league and minor — in America today.
-A's owner Lew Wolff willing to re-examine new ballpark at Oakland Coliseum site
-Montreal ‘an excellent candidate in the future’ for major league team, Bud Selig says
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DID YOU KNOW? The Cincinnati Reds host the 2015 MLB All-Star Game at Great American Ball Park. Cincinnati has hosted the All-Star Game four times: 1938 and 1953 and Crosley Field, 1970 and 1988 at Riverfront Stadium

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BALLPARK VIDEOS Check out the our selection of baseball stadium videos. This section provides fans an opportunity to visually see ballparks from the past to the future and to relive historical events around Major League Baseball. Updated in 2014!

A Day at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles
2014 ROAD TRIP GUIDE
There is nothing like a great road trip across the country to see America's pastime. Check out our road trip guide to plan your vacation to see your favorite ballparks.
BALLPARK RENDERINGS
Every wondered what some proposed ballpark designs looked like for your favorite team? Curious to see designs that were never developed? Check out our ballpark renderings and models section to view renderings of many ballparks never built.

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