The Miami Marlins will begin their new season in a newly named home. Marlins Park, which has been home to Miami’s Major League Baseball team since it opened in 2012, has been renamed loanDepot park. No, that’s not a typo.
Major League Baseball 2021 Opening Day is set for Thursday, April 1. Opening Day annually brings optimism for every team, and this year it will also feature the return of fans at regular season baseball games.
Spring training camps opened last month and Cactus League and Grapefruit League play has officially begun. The 2021 Major League Baseball regular-season opener is scheduled for April 1.
The Oakland A’s quest to build a new ballpark at Howard Terminal took a step forward on Friday, as the City of Oakland released a Draft Environmental Impact Report for the privately financed project.
The Toronto Blue Jays will play at least the first 12 home games of their 2021 season at their spring training facility in Dunedin, Florida.
Tiger Stadium bid farewell to its home team in 1999 after 88 seasons. The next chapter at Michigan and Turnbull took another decade to decide. In the end, there’s still baseball at the corner.
The city of St. Petersburg has released the results of its Tropicana Field Site Request for Proposal — a call for private developers to submit plans to redevelop the 86 acres that include the Rays leased stadium.
Opening Day at Oracle Park isn’t scheduled to take place until April, but the San Francisco Giants have already developed plans to reopen the ballpark to the general public when it’s safe to do so.
Along with the year 2020, an era ended in Milwaukee as Miller Park gave way to American Family Field. The change, first announced in January 2019, ends a two-decade naming-rights agreement between the Milwaukee Brewers and Miller Brewing Co.
The Blue Jays are reportedly getting a new home. Rogers Communications, the company that owns the team and the building where the Jays have played since 1989, plans to demolish the retractable-roof stadium and construct a new park on the site as part of a larger development plan in downtown Toronto