Every MLB Baseball Field

This is going to be a list of every major league baseball field/stadium in history

  • Oriole Park at Camden Yards 
  • Fenway Park 
  • Yankee Stadium II
  • Tropicana Stadium (Also known as the Trop) 
  • Roger Centre (Formerly known as the Skydome) 
  • Guaranteed Rate Field 
  • Progressive Field 
  • Comerica Park 
  • Kauffman Stadium 
  • Target Field 
  • Minute Maid Park (Formerly known as The Ballpark at Union Station, Enron Field, and Astros Field) 
  • Angel Stadium 
  • RingCentral Coliseum (Formerly known as Oakland Coliseum) 
  • T-Mobile Park (Formerly known as Safeco Field) 
  • Globe Life Field 
  • Truist Park 
  • Loan Depot Park 
  • CitiField 
  • Citizens Bank Park 
  • Nationals Park 
  • Wrigley Field (Formerly known as Weeghman Park and Cubs Park)
  • Great American Ball Park 
  • American Family Field (Formerly known as Miller Park) 
  • Busch Stadium 
  • Chase Field (Formerly known as Bank One Ballpark) 
  • Coors Field 
  • Dodger Stadium 
  • Petco Park 
  • Oracle Park (Formerly known as Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park, and AT&T Park

Old Fields:

  • Memorial Stadium 
  • Huntington Avenue Grounds 
  • Hilltop Park 
  • Polo Grounds 
  • Yankee Stadium I
  • League Park 
  • Cleveland Park 
  • Progressive Park 
  • Boulevard Park 
  • Bennett Park 
  • Burns Park 
  • Tiger Stadium (Also known as Briggs Stadium and Navin Field) 
  • Kansas City Municipal Stadium 
  • American League Park 
  • National Park 
  • Griffith Stadium 
  • Metropolitan Stadium 
  • Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 
  • Colt Stadium 
  • Astrodome 
  • The Kingdome
  • Columbia Park 
  • Shibe Park 
  • Kingdome 
  • Arlington Stadium 
  • Globe Life Park in Arlington 
  • South End Grounds 
  • Congress Street Grounds 
  • South End Grounds 
  • Braves Field 
  • Milwaukee County Stadium 
  • Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium 
  • Turner Field 
  • Hard Rock Stadium 
  • Shea Stadium 
  • Recreation Park 
  • Baker Bowl 
  • Veterans Stadium 
  • Jarry Park Stadium 
  • Olympic Stadium 
  • Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium 
  • 23rd Street Grounds 
  • Union Base Ball Grounds 
  • West Side Park 
  • South Side Park 
  • Bank Street Grounds 
  • Palace of the Fans 
  • Crosley Field 
  • Riverfront Stadium (Also known as Cinergy Field) 
  • Exposition Park 
  • Recreation Park (Pittsburgh) 
  • Forbes Field 
  • Three Rivers Stadium 
  • Robinson Field 
  • Sportsman’s Park 
  • Busch Memorial Stadium 
  • Mile High Stadium 
  • Washington Park 
  • Ridgewood Park (Also known as Wallace Grounds) 
  • Eastern Park 
  • Ebbets Field 
  • Roosevelt Stadium 
  • Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 
  • Qualcomm Stadium (Also known as Jack Murphy Stadium and San Diego Stadium) 
  • Oakland Park 
  • St. George Cricket Grounds 
  • Seals Stadium 
  • Candlestick Park 

Current Fields  

Oriole Park at Camden Yards 

Camden Yards

Team: Baltimore Orioles 

Location: West Camden Street, Baltimore, Maryland 

Opened: April 6, 1992 

World Series Hosted: None 

Fenway Park

Fenway Park in 1912

Team: Boston Red Sox 

Location: Jersey Street, Boston, Massachusetts

World Series Hosted: 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 1946, 1967, 1986, 2004, 2007, 2013, 2018 

Opened: April 20, 1912 (110 years ago) 

Yankee Stadium (No. 2) 

Entrance of Yankee Stadium II

Team: New York Yankees 

Location: The Bronx, New York City, New York 

Opened: April 2, 2009 

World Series Hosted: 2009 

Tropicana Stadium 

Aerial view of Tropicana Stadium

Team: Tampa Bay Rays and Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Location: Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg, Florida 

Opened: March 3, 1990 

World Series Hosted: 2008, 2020 

Roger Centre (Formerly known as the Skydome)

Rogers Centre

Team: Toronto Blue Jays 

Location: Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Canada 

Opened: June 3, 1989 

World Series Hosted: 1992, 1993 

Guaranteed Rate Field  

Guaranteed Rate Field

Team: Chicago White Sox 

Location: West 35th Street, Chicago, Illinois 

Opened: April 18, 1991 

World Series Hosted: 2005 

Progressive Field 

Progressive Field

Team: Cleveland Indians 

Location: Ontario Street, Cleveland, Ohio

Opened: April 2, 1994 

World Series Hosted: 1995, 1997, 2016 

Comerica Park 

Comerica Park entrance

Team: Detroit Tigers 

Location: Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 

Opened: April 11, 2000 

World Series Hosted: 2012 

Kauffman Stadium 

Kauffman Stadium

Team: Kansas City Royals 

Location: Royal Way, Kansas City, Missouri 

Opened: April 10, 1973 

World Series Hosted: 1980, 1985, 2014, 2015 

Target Field 

Target Field

Team: Minnesota Twins 

Location: Twins Way, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Opened: April 12, 2010 

World Series Hosted: None 

Minute Maid Park (Formerly known as the Ballpark at Union Station, Enron Field, and Astros Field)

Entrance of Minute Maid park with train

Team: Houston Astros 

Location: Crawford Street, Houston, Texas 

Opened: March 30, 2000 

World Series Hosted: 2005, 2017, 2019 

Angel Stadium 

Angel Stadium

Team: Anaheim Angels, Los Angeles Angels, and California Angels 

Location: Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, California 

Opened: April 19, 1966 

World Series Hosted: 2002 

RingCentral Coliseum (Formerly known as Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum) 

Outside view of RingCentral Coliseum

Team: Oakland Athletics 

Location: Coliseum Way, Oakland, California 

Opened: September 18, 1966 

World Series Hosted: 1973, 1974, 1975, 1988, 1989, 1990

T-Mobile Park (Formerly known as Safeco Field) 

T-Mobile Park

Team: Seattle Mariners

Location: First Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 

Opened: July 15, 1999 

World Series Hosted: None  

Globe Life Field 

Construction of Globe Life Field

Team: Texas Rangers 

Location: Stadium Drive, Arlington, Texas 

Opened: May 29, 2020 

World Series Hosted: None 

Truist Park 

Truist Park

Team: Atlanta Braves 

Location: Battery Avenue, Cumberland, Georgia 

Opened: March 31, 2017 

World Series Hosted: None 

Loan Depot Park 

Loan Depot Park

Team: Miami Marlins 

Location: Marlins Way, Miami, Florida 

Opened: March 5, 2012 

World Series Hosted: None 


Citi Field with view of Queens

Team: New York Mets 

Location: Queens, New York City, New York 

Opened: March 29, 2009 

World Series Hosted: 2015

Citizens Bank Park 

Entrance of Citizens Bank Park with Liberty Bell

Team: Philadelphia Phillies 

Location: Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Opened: April 3, 2004 

World Series Hosted: 2008, 2009 

Nationals Park 

Nationals Park

Team: Washington Nationals 

Location: South Capitol Street SE, Washington D.C. 

Opened: March 22, 2008 

World Series Hosted: 2019 

Wrigley Field (Formerly known as Weeghman Park and Cubs Park) 

Wrigley field

Team: Chicago Cubs, Chicago Federals, and Chicago Whales 

Location: West Addison Street, Chicago, Illinois 

Opened: April 23, 1914 (108 years ago) 

World Series Hosted: 1918, 1929, 1932, 1935, 1938, 1945, 2016 

Great American Ballpark 

Great American Ballpark

Team: Cincinnati Reds 

Location: Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Opened: March 31, 2001 

World Series Hosted: None 

American Family Field (Formerly known as Miller Park) 

American Family Field

Team: Milwaukee Brewers 

Location: Brewers Way, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Opened: April 6, 2001 

World Series Hosted: None 

Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium

Team: St. Louis Cardinals 

Location: Clark Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 

Opened: April 4, 2006 

World Series Hosted: 2006, 2013 

Chase Field (Formerly known as Bank One Ballpark) 

Chase Field

Team: Arizona Diamondbacks 

Location: East Jefferson Street, Phoenix, Arizona 

Opened: March 31, 1998 

World Series: 2001 

Coors Field 

Coors Field

Team: Colorado Rockies 

Location: Blake Street, Denver, Colorado

Opened: April 26, 1995 

World Series Hosted: 2007 

Dodger Stadium 

Dodger Stadium

Team: Los Angeles Dodgers and California Angels 

Location: Vin Scully Avenue, Los Angeles, California 

Opened: April 10, 1962 

World Series Hosted: 1963, 1965, 1966, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1988, 2017, 2018, 2020 

Petco Park 

Petco Park

Team: San Diego Padres 

Location: Tony Gwynn Drive, San Diego, California 

Opened: April 8, 2004 

World Series Hosted: None 

Oracle Park (Formerly known as Pacific Bell Park, SBC Park, and AT&T Park) 

Oracle Park

Team: San Francisco Giants 

Location: Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, California 

Opened: April 11, 2000 

World Series Hosted: 2010, 2012

Old Fields

Memorial Stadium 

Memorial Stadium

Team: Baltimore Orioles 

Location: East 33rd Street, Baltimore, Maryland 

Opened: April 20, 1950 (2nd Version) 

Closed: December 14, 1997 

Demolished: February 15, 2002 

World Series Hosted: 1983, 1979, 1971, 1970, 1969, 1966 

Huntington Avenue Grounds 

Huntington Avenue Ground during 1903 World Series

Team: Boston Red Sox, Boston Somersets, Boston Pilgrims, Boston Americans, Boston Doves, and Boston Rustlers

Location: Frederick Douglass Square Historic District, Boston Massachusetts 

Opened: May 8, 1901 

Closed: Autumn 1911 

Demolished: 1912 

World Series Hosted: 1903 

Hilltop Park 

Entrance of Hilltop Park

Team: New York Highlanders, New York Yankees, New York Giants 

Location: 165th and 168th Street, New York City, New York 

Opened: April 30, 1903 

Closed: October 5, 1912 

Demolished: 1914 

World Series Hosted: None 

Polo Grounds 

New York Giants players line up in Polo Grounds

Team: New York Gothams, New York Giants, New York Yankees, New York Mets,  

Location: West 155th Street, Upper Manhattan, New York City, New York 

Opened: April 18, 1890 

Closed: December 14, 1963 

Demolished: April 10, 1964 

World Series Hosted: 1905, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1917, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1951, 1954

Yankee Stadium I 

Outside of Yankee Stadium I

Team: New York Yankees 

Location: East 161th Street, The Bronx, New York City, New York 

Opened: April 18, 1923 

Closed: September 30, 1973 

Demolished: March 2009 

World Series Hosted: 1923, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1932, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003

League Park 

League Park c.1890

Team: Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Lake Shores, Cleveland Spiders

Location: East 66th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 

Opened: May 1, 1891 

Closed: September 21, 1946 

Demolished: 1951

World Series Hosted: 1920 

Cleveland Park (Also known as Lakefront Stadium and Municipal Stadium) 

Cleveland Park

Team: Cleveland Indians 

Location: West 3rd Street, Cleveland, Ohio 

Opened: July 1, 1931 

Closed: December 17, 1995 

Demolished: November 4, 1996 

World Series Hosted: 1948, 1954 

Recreation Park

Detroit Wolverines playing at Recreation Park

Team: Detroit Wolverines 

Location: Brady Street, Detroit, Michigan 

Opened: 1881 

Closed: 1888

World Series Hosted: None 

Boulevard Park 

Boulevard Park

Team: Detroit Tigers 

Location: Champlain Street, Detroit, Michigan 

Opened: 1891 

Closed: 1891 

World Series Hosted: None 

Bennett Park 

Bennet park during a snowy game in 1911

Team: Detroit Tigers 

Location: Trumbull Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 

Opened: 1896 

Closed: 1911

World Series Hosted: 1907, 1908, 1909 

Burns Park 

Burns Park

Team: Detroit Tigers 

Location: Detroit, Michigan 

Opened: 1900 

Closed: 1902 

World Series Hosted: None 

Tiger Stadium (Formerly known as Briggs Stadium and Navin Field) 

Tiger Stadium

Team: Detroit Tigers 

Location: Trumbull Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 

Opened: April 20, 1912 

Closed: July 24, 2001 

Demolished: June 30, 2008 

World Series Hosted: 1934, 1935, 1940, 1945, 1968, 1984

Kansas City Municipal Stadium 

‘Kansas City Municipal Stadium

Team: Kansas City Athletics 

Location: Brooklyn Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri 

Opened: July 3, 1923

 Closed: October 4, 1972 

Demolished: 1976 

World Series Hosted: None 

American League Park 

American League Park

Team: Washington Senators 

Location: Florida Avenue, Washington D.C. 

Opened: 1901

Closed: 1903 

World Series Hosted: None 

National Park (Also known as Boundary Field) 

Boundary Field in 1905

Team: Washington Senators 

Location: Georgia Avenue, Washington D.C. 

Opened: 1891 (Used by Senators from 1904-1910) 

Closed: 1910 

Demolished: March 17, 1911 

World Series Hosted: None 

Griffith Stadium 

President Calvin Coolidge during the 1924 World Series

Team: Washington Senators 

Location: Georgia Avenue and 5th Street, Washington D.C. 

Opened: July 24, 1911 

Closed: September 21, 1961 

Demolished: January 26, 1965 

World Series Hosted: 1924, 1925, 1933 

Metropolitan Stadium 

Metropolitan Stadium

Team: Minnesota Twins 

Location: Cedar Avenue South, Bloomington, Minnesota 

Opened: April 24, 1956 (Used by Twins from 1961-1981) 

Closed: December 20, 1981 

Demolished: January 28, 1985 

World Series Hosted: 1965 

Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 

Metrodome during the 1987 World Series

Team: Minnesota Twins 

Location: South 5th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Opened: April 3, 1982 

Closed: December 29, 2013 

Demolished: January 18, 2014 

World Series Hosted: 1987, 1991 

Colt Stadium 

Colt Stadium with Astrodome in the Background

Team: Houston Colt .45s 

Location: Houston, Texas 

Opened: 1962 

Closed: 1964 

Demolished: 1973 

World Series Hosted: None 



Team: Houston Astros 

Location: Kirby Drive, Houston, Texas

 Opened: April 9, 1965 

Closed: 2008 

World Series Hosted: None 

Sick’s Stadium 

Sick’s Stadium

Team: Seattle Pilots 

Location: Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 

Opened: June 15, 1938 (Used by Pilots in 1969) 

Closed: 1976 

Demolished: February 1979 

World Series Hosted: None 

The Kingdome 

The Kingdome

Team: Seattle Mariners 

Location: South King Street, Seattle, Washington 

Opened: March 27, 1976 

Closed: January 9, 2000 

Demolished: March 26, 2000 

World Series Hosted: None 

Columbia Park (Also known as Columbia Avenue Grounds) 

Columbia Park

Team: Philadelphia Athletics 

Location: Cecil B. Moore Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Opened: April 26, 1901 

Closed: October 3, 1908 

Demolished: 1912 

World Series Hosted: 1905 

Shibe Park (Also known as Connie Mack Stadium) 

Shibe Park

Team: Philadelphia Athletics and Philadelphia Phillies 

Location: West Leigh Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Opened: April 12, 1909 

Closed: October 1, 1970 

Demolished: 1976 

World Series Hosted: 1910, 1911, 1913, 1914, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1950 

Arlington Stadium (Formerly known as Turnpike Stadium) 

Arlington Stadium

Team: Texas Rangers 

Location: South Copeland Road, Arlington, Texas 

Opened: April 23, 1965 

Closed: October 3, 1993 

Demolished: 1994 

World Series Hosted: None 

Globe Life Park in Arlington (Formerly known as The Ballpark in Arlington) 

Globe Life Field in Arlington

Team: Texas Rangers 

Location: Ballpark Way, Arlington, Texas 

Opened: April 1, 1994 (Used by Rangers from 1994-2019) 

World Series Hosted: 2010, 2011 

South End Grounds 

South End Grounds

Team: Boston Braves, Boston Red Caps, and Boston Red Stockings

Location: Berlin Street, Boston, Massachusetts

Opened: May 16, 1871 

Closed: August 11, 1914 

Demolished: 1914 

World Series Hosted: None

Congress Street Grounds 

Congress Street Grounds

Team: Boston Reds 

Location: Congress Street, Boston, Massachusetts

Opened: 1890 

Closed: 1891 

World Series Hosted: None

Braves Field 

Braves Field on its opening day August 18, 1915

Team: Boston Braves 

Location: Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts

Opened: August 18, 1915 

Closed: September 21, 1952 

Demolished: 1955 

World Series Hosted: 1948 

Milwaukee County Stadium 

Milwaukee County Stadium in 1959

Team: Milwaukee Braves and Milwaukee Brewers

Location: South 46th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Opened: April 6, 1953 

Closed: September 28, 2000 

Demolished: February 21, 2001

World Series Hosted: 1957, 1958, 1983 

Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium 

Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium with skyline of Atlanta

Team: Atlanta Braves 

Location: Capitol Avenue SE, Atlanta, Georgia 

Opened: April 9, 1965 

Closed: October 24, 1996 

Demolished: August 2, 1997 

World Series Hosted: 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996 

Turner Field 

Turner Field

Team: Atlanta Braves 

Location: Hank Aaron Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 

Opened: March 29, 1997 

Closed: October 2, 2016 

World Series Hosted: 1999 

Hard Rock Stadium 

Hard Rock Stadium

Team: Florida Marlins 

Location: Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens, Florida 

Opened: August 16, 1987 (Used by Marlins 1993-2011) 

World Series Hosted: 1997, 2003 

Shea Stadium 

Shea Stadium after the Mets beat the Orioles in the 1969 World Series

Team: New York Mets and New York Yankees 

Location: Queens, New York City, New York 

Opened: April 17, 1964 

Closed: September 28, 2008 

Demolished: October 14, 2008 

World Series Hosted: 1969, 1973, 1986, 2000

Recreation Park 

Drawing of Recreation Park

Team: Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Centennials, Philadelphia White Stockings, Philadelphia Athletics, and Philadelphia Quakers

Location: 24th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Opened: 1860 

Closed: 1886 

Demolished: 1890 

World Series Hosted: None 

Baker Bowl 

Baker Bowl

Team: Philadelphia Phillies 

Location: North 15th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Opened: April 30, 1887 

Closed: June 30, 1938 

Demolished: 1950 

World Series Hosted: 1915 

Veterans Stadium 

Veterans Stadium

Team: Philadelphia Phillies 

Location: South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Opened: April 10, 1971 

Closed: September 28, 2003 

Demolished: March 21, 2004 

World Series Hosted: 1980, 1983, 1993  

Jarry Park Stadium 

Jarry Park Stadium

Team: Montreal Expos 

Location: Montreal, Canada

Opened: August 1960 

Closed: September 26, 1976 

World Series Hosted: None 

Olympic Stadium 

Olympic Stadium

Team: Montreal Expos 

Location: Pierre-de-Coubertin Avenue, Montréal, Canada

Opened: July 17, 1976 (Used by Expos from 1976-2004) 

World Series Hosted: None 

Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium 

Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium with skyline of Washington D.C.

Team: Washington Senators and Washington Nationals 

Location: East Capitol Street SE, Washington D.C. 

Opened: October 1, 1961 

Closed: June 2017 

World Series Hosted: None

23rd Street Grounds 

23rd Street Grounds

Team: Chicago White Stockings and Chicago Ball Club 

Location: 23rd Street and State Street, Chicago, Illinois 

Opened: 1872

Closed: 1877 

World Series Hosted: None 

West Side Park 

West Side Park

Team: Chicago Orphans, Chicago Colts, and Chicago Cubs 

Location: Throop Street, Chicago, Illinois 

Opened: June 6, 1885 

Closed: 1915

Demolished: 1920 

World Series Hosted: 1906, 1907, 1908, 1910

South Side Park 

South Side Park

Team: Chicago Colts, Chicago Pirates, Chicago White Sox, and Chicago Orphans

Location: West 38th Place, Chicago Illinois 

Opened: 1890 

Closed: 1940 

Demolished: 1940 

World Series Hosted: 1906 

Bank Street Grounds 

Bank Street Grounds

Team: Cincinnati Stars and Cincinnati Outlaw Reds 

Location: Bank Street and McLean Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Opened: 1880 

Closed: 1884 

World Series Hosted: None 

Palace of the Fans 

Drawing of the Palace of the Fans

Team: Cincinnati Outlaw Reds and Cincinnati Reds 

Location: Findlay Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Opened: 1884 

Closed: October 6, 1911 

Demolished: 1911 

World Series Hosted: None 

Crosley Field 

Crosley Field in 1955

Team: Cincinnati Reds 

Location: Findlay Street and Dalton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Opened: April 11, 1912 

Closed: June 24, 1970 

Demolished: April 19, 1972 

World Series Hosted: 1919, 1939, 1940, 1961 

Riverfront Stadium 

Riverfront Stadium

Team: Cincinnati Reds 

Location: East Pete Rose Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Opened: June 30, 1970 

Closed: September 22, 2002 

Demolished: December 29, 2002 

World Series Hosted: 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1990 

Exposition Park 

Exposition Park

Team: Pittsburgh Burghers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pittsburgh Stogies, Pittsburgh Alleghenys and Pittsburgh Rebels

Location: North Shore, Allegheny City (Modern day Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania

Opened: 1890 

Closed: 1915 

World Series Hosted: 1903

Recreation Park (Pittsburgh) 

Sketch of Recreation Park 1894

Team: Pittsburgh Alleghenys 

Location: North Side, Allegheny City (Modern day Pittsburgh), Pennsylvania 

Opened: 1865 

Closed: 1904 

World Series Hosted: None 

Forbes Field 

Forbes Field c.1910

Team: Pittsburgh Pirates 

Loction: South Bouquet Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Opened: June 30, 1909 

Closed: June 28, 1970 

Demolished: 1971 

World Series Hosted: 1909, 1925, 1927, 1960

Three Rivers Stadium 

Three Rivers Stadium in 1989

Team: Pittsburgh Pirates 

Location: West General Robinson Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Opened: July 16, 1970 

Closed: December 16, 2000 

Demolished: February 11, 2001 

World Series Hosted: 1971, 1979 

Robinson Field

Robinson Field in 1912

Team: St. Louis Cardinals 

Location: Natural Bridge Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri

Opened: April 27, 1893 

Closed: June 6, 1920 

Demolished: 1926 

World Series Hosted: None 

Sportsman’s Park 

Sportsman’s Park

Team: St. Louis Brown Stockings, St. Louis Browns, and St. Louis Cardinals 

Location: Sullivan Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 

Opened: 1867; April 23, 1902 

Closed: 1881; May 8, 1965 

Demolished: 1966 

World Series Hosted: 1926, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1964

Busch Memorial Stadium 

Busch Memorial Stadium with view of St. Louis and Gateway Arch

Team: St. Louis Cardinals 

Location: Stadium Plaza, St. Louis, Missouri 

Opened: May 12, 1965 

Closed: October 19, 2005 

Demolished: November 7, 2005 

World Series Hosted: 1967, 1968, 1982, 1985, 1987, 2004 

Mile High Stadium 

Mile High Stadium with skyline of Denver

Team: Colorado Rockies 

Location: West 17th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 

Opened: August 14, 1948 (Used by Rockies 1993-1994) 

Closed: September 8, 2001 

Demolished: April 17, 2002 

World Series Hosted: None 

Washington Park 

Washington Park entrance

Team: Brooklyn Atlantics (Also known as Brooklyn Grays), Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers, Brooklyn Superbas, Brooklyn Dodgers, Brooklyn Bridegrooms (Also known as Brooklyn Grooms), and Brooklyn Tip-Tops

Location: Third Street and Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 

Opened: 1883 

Closed: 1914 

World Series Hosted: None 

Eastern Park 

Drawing of Eastern Park

Team: Brooklyn Ward’s Wonders, Brooklyn Dodgers, and Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers 

Location: Brownsville Neighborhood, Brooklyn, New York 

Opened: 1890

Closed: 1897   

World Series Hosted: None 

Ridgewood Park (Also known as Wallace Grounds) 

Two different pictures of Ridgewoood Park

Team: Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers, Brooklyn Dodgers, Brooklyn Gladiators, Brooklyn Sempiro Ridgewoods, and Brooklyn Bushwicks 

Location: Ridgewood Neighborhood, Queens, New York 

Opened: 1885 

Closed: 1917 

Demolished (by fire): 1917 

World Series Hosted: None 

Ebbets Field 

Ebbets Field in 1950s

Team: Brooklyn Dodgers 

Location: Sullivan Place, Brooklyn, New York 

Opened: April 9, 1913 

Closed: January 1958 

Demolished: February 23, 1960 

World Series Hosted: 1916, 1920, 1941, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956

Roosevelt Stadium 

Roosevelt Stadium

Team: Brooklyn Dodgers 

Location: Danforth Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey 

Opened: April 23, 1937 (Used by Dodgers 1956-1957) 

Closed: 1985 

Demolished: 1985 

World Series Hosted: None 

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Team: Los Angeles Dodgers 

Location: South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, California 

Opened: May 1, 1923 (Used by Dodgers 1958-1961) 

World Series Hosted: 1959 

Qualcomm Stadium (Also known as Jack Murphy Stadium and San Diego Stadium) 

Qualcomm Stadium

Team: San Diego Padres 

Location: Friars Road, San Diego, California 

Opened: August 20, 1967 

Closed: March 2020 

Demolished: March 22, 2021 

World Series Hosted: 1984, 1998 

St. George Cricket Grounds 

Advertisement for St. George Cricket Grounds

Team: New York Monumentals, New York Giants, and New York Mutuals (Also used by New York Knickerbockers and Washington Ball Club) 

Location: Staten Island, New York City, New York 

Opened: 1853 

Closed: 1890 

World Series Hosted: None 

Seals Stadium 

Seals Stadium

Team: San Francisco Giants 

Location: Mission District, San Francisco, California 

Opened: April 7, 1931 (Used by Giants 1958-1959) 

Closed: September 20, 1959 

World Series Hosted: None 

Candlestick Park 

Candlestick Park

Team: San Francisco Giants 

Location: Jamestown Avenue, San Francisco, California 

Opened: April 12, 1960 

Closed: August 14, 2014

Demolished: February 4, 2015 

World Series Hosted: 1962, 1989

Players with the Home Runs in M.L.B. Part 1

1. Barry Bonds
2. Hank Aaron
3. Babe Ruth
4. Alex Rodriguez
5. Albert Pujols
6. Willie Mays
7. Ken Griffey Jr. 
8. Jim Thome
9. Sammy Sosa
10. Frank Robinson
11. Mark McGwire
12. Harmon Killebrew
13. Rafael Palmeiro
14. Reggie Jackson
15. Manny Ramirez
16. Mike Schmidt
17. David Ortiz
18. Mickey Mantle
19. Jimmie Foxx
20. Willie McCovey
21. Frank Thomas
22. Ted Williams
23. Ernie Banks
24. Eddie Matthews
25. Mel Ott

Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds hitting his 700th home run.

Home Runs: 762
Batting Average: .298
Hits: 2,935
R.B.I.s: 1,996
World Series: 2002
Teams: Pittsburgh Pirates, San Francisco Giants
Years: 1986- 2007

Hank Aaron

Hank Aaron on the Milwaukee Braves.

Home Runs: 755
Batting Average: .305
Hits: 3,771
R.B.I.s: 2,297
World Series: 1957, 1958
Teams: Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers
Years: 1954- 1976
Hall of Fame: 1982

Babe Ruth 

Babe Ruth on the New York Yankees.

Home Runs: 714
Batting Average: .342
Hits: 2,873
R.B.I.s: 2,213
World Series: 1915, 1916, 1918, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1926, 1927, 1932
Teams: Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Boston Braves
Years: 1914- 1935
Hall of Fame: 1936

Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez on the New York Yankees.

Home Runs: 696
Batting Average: .295
Hits: 3,115
R.B.I.s: 2,086
World Series: 2009
Teams: Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees
Years: 1994- 2016

Albert Pujols

Albert Pujols with the Angels in 2015.

Home Runs: 666
Batting Average: .298
Hits: 3,247
R.B.I.s: 2,108
World Series: 2004, 2006, 2011
Teams: St. Louis Cardinals, Los Angeles Angels
Years: 2001- 

Willie Mays 

Willie Mays on the New York Giants.

Home Runs: 660
Batting Average: .302
Hits: 3,283
R.B.I.s: 1,903
World Series: 1951, 1954, 1962, 1973
Teams: New York Giants, San Francisco Giants, New York Mets
Years: 1951- 1973
Hall of Fame: 1979

Ken Griffey Jr. 

Ken Griffey Jr. with the Seattle Mariners.

Home Runs: 630
Batting Average: .284
Hits: 2,781
R.B.I.s: 1,836
World Series: None
Teams: Seattle Mariners, Cincinnati Reds, Chicago White Sox
Years: 1989- 2010
Hall of Fame: 2016

Jim Thome

Jim Thome on the Orioles hitting his 600th home run.

Home Runs: 612
Batting Average: .27
Hits: 2,328
R.B.I.s: 1,699
World Series: 1995, 1997
Teams: Cleveland Indians, Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, Minnesota Twins, Baltimore Orioles 
Years: 1991- 2012
Hall of Fame: 2018

Sammy Sosa

Sammy Sosa on the Chicago Cubs.

Home Runs: 609
Batting Average: .273
Hits: 2,408
R.B.I.s: 1,667
World Series: None
Teams: Texas Rangers, Chicago White Sox, Chicago Cubs, Baltimore Orioles
Years: 1989- 2007

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson on the Cincinnati Redlegs in 1961.

Home Runs: 586
Batting Average: .294
Hits: 2,943
R.B.I.s: 1,812
World Series: 1961, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971
Teams: Cincinnati Redlegs, Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles, Los Angeles Dodgers, California Angels, Cleveland Indians
Years: 1956- 1976
Hall of Fame: 1982

Mark McGwire

Mark McGwire with the St. Louis Cardinals.

Home Runs: 583
Batting Average: .263
Hits: 1,626
R.B.I.s: 1,414
World Series: 1988, 1989, 1990
Teams: Oakland Athletics, St. Louis Cardinals
Years: 1986- 2001

Harmon Killebrew

Harmon Killebrew on the Minnesota Twins.

Home Runs: 573
Batting Average: .256
Hits: 2,086
R.B.I.s: 1,584
World Series: 1965
Teams: Washington Senators, Minnesota Twins, Kansas City Royals
Years: 1954- 1975
Hall of Fame: 1984

Rafael Palmeiro

Rafael Palmeiro on the Texas Rangers.

Home Runs: 569
Batting Average: .288
Hits: 3,020
R.B.I.s: 1,835
World Series: None
Teams: Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles
Years: 1986- 2005

Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson on the Yankees in 1977.

Home Runs: 563
Batting Average: .262
Hits: 2,584
R.B.I.s: 1,702
World Series: 1972, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1981
Teams: Kansas City Athletics, Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, California Angles
Years: 1967- 1987
Hall of Fame: 1993

Manny Rameriez

Manny Rameriez on the Boston Red Sox.

Home Runs: 555
Batting Average: .312
Hits: 2,574
R.B.I.s: 1,831
World Series: 1995, 1997, 2004, 2007
Teams: Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago White Sox, Tampa Bay Rays
Years: 1993- 2011

Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt.

Home Runs: 548
Batting Average: .267
Hits: 2,234
R.B.I.s: 1,595
World Series: 1980, 1983
Teams: Philadelphia Phillies
Years: 1972- 1989
Hall of Fame: 1995

David Ortiz

David Ortiz on the Boston Red Sox.

Home Runs: 541
Batting Average: .286
Hits: 2,472|
R.B.I.s: 1,768
World Series: 2004, 2007, 2013
Teams: Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox
Years: 1997- 2016

Mickey Mantle

Mickey Mantle.

Home Runs: 536
Batting Average: .298
Hits: 2,415
R.B.I.s: 1,509
World Series: 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964
Teams: New York Yankees
Years: 1951- 1968
Hall of Fame: 1974

Jimmie Foxx

Jimmie Foxx with the Philadelphia Athletics.

Home Runs: 534
Batting Average: .325
Hits: 2,646
R.B.I.s: 1,922
World Series: 1929, 1930, 1931
Teams: Philadelphia Athletics, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies
Years: 1925- 1945
Hall of Fame: 1951

Willie McCovey 

Willie McCovey on the San Francisco Giants.

Home Runs: 521
Batting Average: .270
Hits: 2,211
R.B.I.s: 1,555
World Series: 1962
Teams: San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres, Oakland Athletics
Years: 1959- 1980
Hall of Fame: 1986

Frank Thomas

Frank Thomas on the Chicago White Sox.

Home Runs: 521
Batting Average: .301
Hits: 2,468
R.B.I.s: 1,704
World Series: 2005
Teams: Chicago White Sox, Oakland Athletics, Toronto Blue Jays
Years: 1990- 2008
Hall of Fame: 2014

Ted Williams

Ted Williams in 1939.

Home Runs: 521
Batting Average: .344
Hits: 2,654
R.B.I.s: 1,839
World Series: 1946
Teams: Boston Red Sox
Years: 1939- 1942; 1946- 1960
Hall of Fame: 1966

Ernie Banks

Ernie Banks.

Home Runs: 512
Batting Average: .274
Hits: 2,583
R.B.I.s: 1,636
World Series: None
Teams: Chicago Cubs
Years: 1953- 1971
Hall of Fame: 1977

Eddie Matthews

Eddie Matthews on the Milwaukee Braves in 1955.

Home Runs: 512
Batting Average: .271
Hits: 2,315
R.B.I.s: 1,453
World Series: 1957, 1958, 1968
Teams: Boston Braves, Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves, Houston Astros, Detroit Tigers
Years: 1952- 1968
Hall of Fame: 1978

Mel Ott

Mel Ott in 1930.

Home Runs: 511
Batting Average: .304
Hits: 2,876
R.B.I.s: 1,860
World Series: 1933, 1936, 1937
Teams: New York Giants
Years: 1926- 1947
Hall of Fame: 1951

Top 10 Deadliest Hurricanes in History

1. The Great Hurricane of 1780
2. Hurricane Mitch
3. The Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900
4. Hurricane Fifi
5. Hurricane Flora
6. Hurricane Maria
7. Hurricane Jeanne
8. Hurricane David
9. Hurricane Katrina 
10. 1893 Cheniere Caminada Hurricane

The Great Hurricane of 1780

The storm destroying a port.

The Great Hurricane of 1780 was a major hurricane that affected the Carribean Islands and parts of the southern United States in the autumn of 1780. It formed on October 9, 1780, and started by ripping through the Carribean Islands. On the tiny island of Barbados alone, 4,500 people were killed. At its highest point, the Hurricane had up to 200 m.p.h. wind gusts. It finally dissipated on October 20, 1780. It caused a great deal of damage on the islands that it struck, and caused 22,000- 28,000 deaths, making it the deadliest hurricane ever recorded. 

Hurricane Mitch

Village flooded by the hurricane.

Hurricane Mitch was a major category 5 hurricane that stuck central america in the fall of 1998. It mostly affected the countries of Nicaragua, Honduras, parts of Mexico, and even Florida. There were many deaths from the hurricane itself, but there were almost many deaths from mudslides and flash flooding caused by the storm. It cost the people of the countries it destroyed $6 billion dollars in U.S. dollars. Millions of people were left homeless from this tragic storm and it also cost 10,000- 20,000 lives, making it the second deadliest hurricane in recorded history. 

The Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900

The city of Galveston, Texas after the hurricane.

The Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900 was formed on August 27, 1900 and didn’t disform until September 15, 1900. It first ripped through Cuba, Hati, the Dominican Republic, and south Florida, then made its way into the Gulf of Mexico destroying the southern coasts of Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Mexico. It’s called the Galveston Hurricane because of the bad damage it caused to the city of Galveston, Texas. 

It was a major category 4 hurricane, and caused 20 million dollars in damage in damage (U.S. money in the year 1900) and the death of 8,000- 12,000 people making it the 3rd largest hurricane in recorded history. 

Hurricane Fifi

City in Mexico destroyed by Hurricane Fifi.

Although it was only a category 2 hurricane, Hurricane Fifi was a major hurricane that first hit Puerto Rico, Hati, and then Jamaica, then moving on to Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico. It was especially bad in Mexico and Guatemala because it caused mudslides and flooding. It was a 10 day hurricane lasting from September 14- 24, 1974. In U.S. dollars, it caused more than $1.6 billion dollars in expenses, and caused about 8,000 deaths, mainly in Guatemala and Mexico, making it the 4th deadliest hurricane in recorded history. 

Hurricane Flora

Cuban town demolished by the storm.

Hurricane Flora was a major category 4 hurricane that struck Cuba and Haiti from September 26- October 13, 1963. Although it had higher winds and was a larger storm, Hurricane Flora had about 1,000 less deaths than Hurricane Fifi. It resulted in about 773 million dollars (U.S. dollars 1963) because of the damage. Unlike the other hurricanes on this list, the fatalities were mostly from wind, not flooding or mudslides. It resulted in 7,000 deaths making it the 5th worst hurricane in recorded history. 

Hurricane Maria

Aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

Hurricane Maria was a major category 5 hurricane that hit Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, Cuba and the eastern United States from September 16- October 2, 2017. With winds up 175 m.p.h. it ripped through the Caribbean islands until going through Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, then continuing to move its way up the east coast, especially damaging Puerto Rico. It caused a fine of 96.81 billion dollars (U.S. dollars 2017) and caused more than 3,000 deaths, making it the 6th worst hurricane in history.  

Hurricane Jeanne 

Flooded Haitian village.

Hurricane Jeanne was a category 3 hurricane that hit Haiti, Cuba, the Bahamas, and the U.S. states of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina from September 13- 29, 2004. Most of the Deaths were in Haiti, which had 3,006 deaths alone. This was mostly because they didn’t think it was even going to come near to the island, so they didn’t make preparations. 

Overall, it cost the nations that it hit 7.94 billion dollars (U.S. dollars 2004), and 3,037 fatalities, mostly in Haiti. 

Hurricane David

Destroyed beach houses in North Carolina.

Hurricane David was a massive category 5 hurricane that hit the countries of Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, the Bahamas, and the U.S. states of Florida Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina from August 25- September 8, 1979. It first made landfall on the small island of Dominica, then moved on to the Caribbean Islands and the East Coast of the United States. It especially caused a massive loss of live in the Domicican Republic, because they were ill-prepared for the storm. 

It caused a total of 1.34 billion dollars in damage (U.S. dollars 1979) and also 2,069 deaths, 2,000 of which were in the Dominican Republic, making it the 8th deadliest hurricane in recorded history. 

Hurricane Katrina

Flooded neighborhoods outside of New Orleans, Louisiana.

Hurricane Katrina was a monstrous hurricane that directly hit the city of New Orleans, Louisiana and other places in the United States and the Bahamas from August 23- August 31, 2005. This category 5 hurricane swept through the Bahamas, then made its way into the gulf coast. It especially affected the city of New Orleans, because the people were told to evacuate, but didn’t and there was a great loss of life there. Also the ground in the city is below sea level.

It swept through the cities of Biloxi, Gulfport, Pasachougla, then finally going through the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. It cost the United States and the Bahamas 125 billion dollars (U.S. 2005) making it the costliest hurricane ever (tied with Hurricane Harvey), and also 1,836 deaths, especially in the United States. 

1893 Cheniere Caminada Hurricane

Town in Louisiana destroyed by the hurricane.

The 1893 Cheniere Caminada Hurricane was a major category 4 hurricane that hit the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, then hitting southern Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. It formed on September 27, 1893 and disformed on October 5. With winds up to 130 m.p.h. The hurricane ripped through the Yucatan Peninsula on September 29th, but it didn’t do much damage in Mexico. The reason it’s called the Cheniere Caminada is because it killed 779 of the 1,500 residents of the Louisiana town Cheniere Caminada. 

The Hurricane cost the U.S. and Mexico 5 million dollars (U.S. dollars 1893) in damage, and 1,800 lives.