Every MLB Park

Part of my regret list (these will be things I regret not doing) is visiting every MLB ballpark. Here’s the rundown so far:

Yet to Visit

Heading from the west coast to the east coast:

  • Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Los Angeles Angels
  • Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Coors Field – Colorado Rockies
  • Chase Field – Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Kaufman Stadium – Kansas City Royals
  • Busch Stadium – St Louis Cardinals
  • Miller Park – Milwaukee Brewers
  • Wrigley Field – Chicago Cubs
  • Guaranteed Rate Field – Chicago White Sox
  • Comerica Park – Detroit Tigers
  • Progressive Field – Cleveland Indians (ETA May 2020)
  • Great American Ball Park – Cincinnati Reds
  • Truist Park – Atlanta Braves
  • PNC Park – Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Tropicana Field – Tampa Bay Rays
  • Marlins Park – Miami Marlins
  • Nationals Park – Washington Nationals
  • Camden Yards – Baltimore Orioles (ETA July 2020)
  • Citi Field – New York Mets
  • Yankee Stadium (New) – New York Yankees

Places I’ve Been

Some of these aren’t the current names, and some of these teams are in different stadiums now. I’m sticking with the originals as they were when I went.

  • Safeco Field – Seattle Mariners
  • Oakland Coliseum – Oakland Athletics
  • Pac Bell Park – San Francisco Giants
  • Petco Park – San Diego Padres
  • Globe Life Park – Texas Rangers
  • Minute Maid Park – Houston Astros
  • Metrodome – Minnesota Twins
  • Target Field – Minnesota Twins
  • Turner Field – Atlanta Braves
  • Rogers Centre – Toronto Blue Jays
  • Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia Phillies
  • Yankee Stadium (Original) – New York Yankees
  • Fenway – Boston Redsox