Loading

HOME   BALLPARK NEWS   SEATING CHARTS   TICKETS   VIDEOS   COMPARISONS   ROAD TRIP GUIDE   SPRING TRAINING   

ballparksofbaseball.com

 DIRECTIONS/PARKING   HOTELS   MERCHANDISE   BALLPARK EXPERIENCES   ATTENDANCE   FEEDBACK   ADVERTISING

BALLPARKS: AMERICAN LEAGUE - NATIONAL LEAGUE - PAST - FUTURE - MORE

 
 

CURRENT BALLPARK COMAPRISONS

Sorted by Seating Capacity

Ballpark Teams Opened Capacity Cost Turf Dimensions Architect Naming Rights
Marlins Park Miami Marlins April 4, 2012 37,000 $515 Million Grass 340-420-335 Populous None
O.co Coliseum Oakland A's April 17, 1968 37,044 $25.5 Million Grass 330-L, 400-C, 330-R Skidmore, Owings, Merrill O.co
Kauffman Stadium Kansas City Royals April 10, 1973 38,177 $43 Million Grass 330-L, 400-C, 330-R Populous None - Named in honor of Ewing Kauffman
PNC Park Pittsburgh Pirates April 9, 2001 38,496 $216 Million Grass 325-L, 399-C, 320-R Populous/LDA PNC Bank - $2.2mil/year through 2020
Fenway Park Boston Red Sox April 20, 1912 39,928 $650,000 Grass 310-L, 420-C, 302-R Osborn Engineering None
Comerica Park Detroit Tigers April 11, 2000 40,120 $300 Million Grass 345-L, 420-C, 330-R Populous Comerica Bank - $2.2mil/year through 2030
US Cellular Field Chicago White Sox April 18, 1991 40,615 $150 Million Grass 330-L, 400-C, 335-R Populous US Cellular - $3.4mil/year through 2025
Minute Maid Park Houston Astros April 7, 2000 40,950 $250 Million Grass 315-L, 435-C, 326-R Populous Coca Cola - $6mil/year through 2030
Wrigley Field Chicago Cubs April 23, 1914 41,118 $250,000 Grass 355-L, 400-C, 353-R Zachary Taylor Davis None - Named after William Wrigley
Nationals Park Washington Nationals March 30, 2008 41,506 $611 Million Grass 336-L, 403-C, 335-R Populous None - Named after the Nationals
AT&T Park San Francisco Giants April 11, 2000 41,606 $255 Million Grass 339-L, 399-C, 309-R Populous AT&T Communications - $2.1mil/year through 2024
Miller Park Milwaukee Brewers April 6, 2001 41,900 $382 Million Grass 332-L, 400-C, 325-R HKS, Inc. Miller Brewing, $2.1mil/year through 2020
Target Field Minnesota Twins April 12, 2010 42,000 $522 Million Grass 339-L, 404-C,  328-R Populous Target Corporation through 2035
Great American Ball
 Park
Cincinnati Reds March 31, 2003 42,271 $320 Million Grass 325-R, 404-C, 328-L Populous Great American Insurance - $2.5mil/year through 2033
Petco Park San Diego Padres April 8, 2004 42,445 $449 Million Grass 334-L, 396-C, 322-R Populous, Antoine Predock PETCO - $2.7mil/year through 2026
Progressive Field Cleveland Indians April 4, 1994 43,405 $175 Million Grass 325-L, 405-C, 325-R Populous Progressive Insurance: $3.6million/year until 2023
Tropicana Field Tampa Bay Rays March 31, 1998 43,772 $138 Million Fieldturf 315-L, 404-C, 322-R DLR Group Sports Tropicana Juice - $1.5mil/year through 2019
Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia Phillies April 12, 2004 43,826 $458 Million Grass 330-L, 401-C, 329-R Populous, Ewing Cole Cherry Citizens Bank - $2.3mil/year through 2028
Citi Field New York Mets April 13, 2009 45,000 $632 Million Grass

335-405-330

Populous Sport
Angel Stadium Los Angeles Angels April 19, 1966 45,113 $24 Million Grass 330-L, 400-C, 330-R Herzberg, Stern None - Named after the Angels
Camden Yards Baltimore Orioles April 6, 1992 45,971 $110 Million Grass 337-L, 406-C, 320-R Populous None - Named after the team and location
Busch Stadium St. Louis Cardinals April 10, 2006 46,200 $344 Million Grass 336-L, 400-C, 335-R Populous Anheuser-Busch, 20 years contract through 2025
Safeco Field Seattle Mariners July 15, 1999 47,116 $517 Million Grass 331-L, 405-C, 327-R NBBJ Safeco Corp. - $2mil/year through 2019
Rangers Ballpark
 in Arlington
Texas Rangers April 1, 1994 48,911 $191 Million Grass 332-L, 400-C, 325-R Populous, Antoine Predock None- Named after the team
Chase Field Arizona Diamondbacks March 31, 1998 49,033 $354 Million Grass 330-L, 407-C, 334-R Ellerbe Becket Chase - $2.2mil/year through 2028
Turner Field Atlanta Braves April 4, 1997 50,096 $239 Million Grass 335-L, 400-C, 330-R Rosser International None - Named after Ted Turner
Coors Field Colorado Rockies April 26, 1995 50,445 $115 Million Grass 347-L, 415-C, 350-R Populous Coors Brewing Company - Indefinite Contract
Rogers Centre Toronto Blue Jays June 5, 1989 50,516 $500 Million Fieldturf 328-L, 400-C, 328-R R. Robbie & M. Allen Rogers Communications
Dodger Stadium Los Angeles Dodgers April 10, 1962 56,000 $23 Million Grass 330-L, 400-C, 300-R Emil Praeger None - Named after the Dodgers
Yankee Stadium New York Yankees April 16, 2009 52,355 $1.6 Billion Grass 318-L, 404-C, 314-R Populous None-Named after the Yankees
 

Notes: Capacity, Turf, and Dimensions represent current or final data for each ballpark. Cost may include renovations.

Sort Ballparks By: Year Opened, Year Closed, Alphabetically, Capacity

Baseball Relocation Notes:
Baltimore Orioles :New York Highlanders : New York Yankees
Seattle Pilots : Milwaukee Brewers
Boston Braves : Milwaukee Braves : Atlanta Braves
Philadelphia A’s : Kansas City A’s : Oakland A’s
Houston Colt .45’s : Houston Astros
Washington Senators : Minnesota Twins
Washington Senators : Texas Rangers
Brooklyn Dodgers : Los Angeles Dodgers
New York Giants : San Francisco Giants
Montreal Expos: Washington Nationals

Copyright 2001 - Ballparks of Baseball is not affiliated with Major League Baseball or with any team mentioned. No part of this page may be reproduced without permission from Ballparks of Baseball. Contact Us with any problems on this page.