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My List of Ballparks

I decided to sit down and make a comprehensive list of all the professional baseball parks I’ve been to in my lifetime. 80 is my number, if I counted right, I don’t think I missed any. I’m sure to bump that number up a little, this summer. Hopefully, I’ll make it to Tampa and Clearwater soon. I’d also like to stop by a couple old, out of use parks in the area, namely, Tinker Field in Orlando.

Here’s the caveat to reading this. If the ballpark has an asterisk (*) next to it, that means I did not actually go to that park while it was inhabited by a professional team. For example, Engel Stadium in Chattanooga closed in 1999. I didn’t get to Chattanooga until 2001, so I missed going to a game there, but I did drive to it and take a tour. It get’s an *. Any other ballparks that say “former home of” but don’t have an asterisks, I actually went to that stadium  while a pro ball team was there.


  • Arlington Stadium (Former home of the Texas Rangers)
  • The Kingdome (Former home of the Seattle Mariners)
  • The Astrodome (Former home of the Houston Astros)
  • Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
  • U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago White Sox)
  • Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium (Former home of the Atlanta Braves)
  • Busch Memorial Stadium (Former home of the St. Louis Cardinals)
  • Turner Field (Atlanta Braves)
  • Candlestick Park (Former home of the SF Giants)
  • Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay Rays)
  • Citi Field (New York Mets) (Added 9/23/15)


  • Regions Park (Former home of the Birmingham Barons)
  • Rickwood Field (Former home of the Birmingham Barons, site of the annual Rickwood Classic)
  • Regions Field (Birmingham Barons)
  • Joe Davis Stadium (Huntsville Stars)
  • Hank Aaron Stadium (Mobile BayBears)
  • Stanky Field (Former home of the Mobile BaySharks)
  • Riverwalk Stadium (Montgomery Biscuits)
  • *Paterson Field (Former home of the Montgomery Rebels and Wings)
  • *Crampton Bowl (Former home of the Montgomery Rebels, Bombers, and Lions)


  • Scottsdale Stadium (Spring training home of the SF Giants. Home to the AZL Giants and Scottsdale Scorpions.)


  • Billy Hebert Field (Former home of the Stockton Ports)
  • Goodwin Field (Former home of the Fullerton Flyers)


  • Pensacola Bayfront Stadium (Pensacola Blue Wahoos)
  • Charlotte Sports Park (Spring training site of the Tampa Bay Rays and home of the Charlotte Stone Crabs and GCL Rays)
  • Ed Smith Stadium (Spring training site of the Baltimore Orioles)
  • McKechnie Field (Spring training site of the Pittsburgh Pirates and home of the Bradenton Marauders.)
  • Pirate City (GCL Pirates)
  • JetBlue Park (Spring training home of the Boston Red Sox and home of the GCL Red Sox)
  • Hammond Stadium (Spring training home of the Minnesota Twins and home of the Fort Myers Miracle. The GCL Twins play in the attached Lee County Sports Complex)
  • Joker Merchant Stadium (Spring training home of the Detroit Tigers and home of the Lakeland Flying Tigers.)
  • Florida Auto Exchange Stadium (Spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays and home of the Dunedin Blue Jays.)
  • Bobby Mattick Training Center (GCL Blue Jays)
  • Baseball City Stadium (former spring training site of the Kansas City Royals. Formerly home of the Baseball City Royals and GCL Royals.)
  • Chain of Lakes Park (Former spring training site of the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians. Also formerly home of those clubs’ FSL and GCL teams.)
  • Holman Stadium – Dodgertown (Former spring training site of the LA Dodgers and former home of the Vero Beach Dodgers and Devil Rays.)
  • *City of Palms Park (Former spring training home of the Boston Red Sox and their GCL afflilate.)
  • *Al Lang Field (Former site of many clubs’ spring training and FSL affiliates, most recently the Rays and Cardinals.)
  • *Terry Park (Former site for many teams’ spring training, most recently, in 1987, the Royals. Also former home of the Fort Myers Royals.)
  • *Pelican Park (Former home of the Pensacola Pelicans)
  • *Raymond A. Namoli Baseball Complex (Former spring training site of the Tampa Bay Rays) (Added 5/3/14)
  • George M. Steinbrenner Field (Spring training home of the New York Yankees and home of the Tampa Yankees) (Added 6/6/14)
  • BrightHouse Field (Spring traing home of the Philadelphia Phillies and home of the Clearwater Threshers) (Added 8/23/14)
  • *Jack Russell Stadium (Former spring training site of the Philadelphia Phillies and home of the Clearwater Phillies) (Added 10/8/14)
  • Joker Merchant Stadium (Spring Traing home of the Detroit Tigers and home of the Lakeland Flying Tigers) (Added 6/2/15)
  • Henley Field (Former Spring training site of the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers and former home of the Lakeland Tigers) (Added 6/2/15)
  • Tradition Field (Spring training home of the New York Mets and home of the St Lucie Mets) (Added 6/15/15)


  • Coolray Field (Gwinnett Braves)
  • Lake Olmstead Stadium (Augusta GreenJackets)
  • State Mutual Stadium (Rome Braves)
  • Grayson Stadium (Savannah Sand Gnats)
  • Golden Park (Former home of the Columbus Catfish)


  • *Les Murakami Stadium (Former home of the Hawaii Islanders and the Hawaiian Winter League)


  • Rent One Park (Southern Illinois Miners)


  • Whitaker Bank Ballpark (Lexington Legends)


  • Zephyr Field (New Orleans Zephyrs)
  • Fair Grounds Field (Former home of the Shreveport Captains)


  • Arthur W. Perdue Stadium (Delmarva Shorebirds)


  • Trustmark Park (Mississippi Braves)
  • Smith-Willis Stadium (Former home of the Jackson Generals, as well as the Mets, DiamondKats, and Senators.)


  • Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark (Oklahoma RedHawks)
  • All Sports Stadium (Former home of the Oklahoma City 89ers)

New Jersey

  • FirstEnergy Park (Lakewood BlueClaws)

New York

  • Richmond County Bank Ballpark (Staten Island Yankees) (Added 9/22/15)
  • Jack Kaiser Stadium (Former home of the Queens Kings) (Added 9/22/15)

North Carolina

  • NewBridge Bank Park (Greensboro Grasshoppers)
  • L.P. Frans Stadium (Hickory Crawdads)
  • CMC-Northeast Stadium (Kannapolis Intimadators)
  • McCormick Field (Asheville Tourists)

South Carolina

  • Joseph P. Riley Park (Charleston RiverDogs)
  • Fluor Field (Greenville Drive)
  • BB&T Coastal Field (Myrtle Beach Pelicans)


  • AutoZone Park (Memphis Redbirds)
  • Pringles Park (Jackson Generals
  • Herchel Greer Stadium (Nashville Sounds)
  • AT&T Field (Chattanooga Lookouts)
  • *Engel Stadium (Former home of the Chattanooga Lookouts)
  • *Raymond C Hand Park (Former home of the Clarksville Coyotes)


  • Avista Stadium (Spokane Indians)
  • Gesa Stadium (Tri-City Dust Devils)
  • Yakima County Stadium (former Yakima Bears home)
  • *Bomber Bowl (Former Tri-Cities Triplets home. My former high school field.)

West Virginia

  • Appalachian Power Park (West Virginia Power)

I’ll probably update this list as I add new ballparks. How many you got?