Monday, July 31, 2017

Ballparks I Have Visited

Here's a list of Major League ballparks I have visited, listed in order of visit, and the year of visitation. Some are no longer in use, and I will note that as well.

  1. Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, 1970
  2. Candlestick Park, San Francisco, 1974 (no longer in use)
  3. Anaheim/Angels Stadium, Anaheim, 1985
  4. Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, 1985 (no longer in use)
  5. Kingdome, Seattle, 1986 (no longer in use)
  6. County Stadium, Milwaukee, 1986 (no longer in use)
  7. Wrigley Field, Chicago, 1986
  8. Old Comiskey Park, Chicago, 1986 (just a few hours after Wrigley. No longer in use)
  9. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, 1986
  10. Yankee Stadium, New York, 1986 (no longer in use)
  11. Olympic Stadium, Montreal, 1986 (no longer in use)
  12. Royals/Kaufman Stadium, Kansas City, 1987
  13. Busch Stadium (#2), St. Louis, 1987 (no longer in use)
  14. Mile High Stadium, Denver, 1993 (no longer in use. Rockies played in Broncos stadium until Coors Field was finished in 1995)
  15. Pro Player Stadium, Miami, 1998 (no longer in use. aka Joe Robbie Stadium amongst other names)
  16. Pacific Bell/SBC/AT&T Park, San Francisco, 2000
  17. Bank One Ballpark/Chase Field, Phoenix, 2001
  18. Petco Park, San Diego, 2004
  19. Fenway Park, Boston, 2017
Also, Squeeze in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, 2017, in between 18 and 19. I visited the HOF a week prior to Fenway on the same trip.

So, I have visited nine parks still in use, and ten that are no longer in use. If I visit all parks currently in use, I will have to hit 21 more. Then I will have been to 40. But that's a big bucket list.

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