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This stadium is home to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. This stadium is currently called Angel Stadium of Anaheim. It used to be called Edison Field. Its original name was Anaheim Stadium.
Home to the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball. First opened in 2000 as Pacific Bell Park, its name was later changed to SBC Park and finally AT&T Park.
This is home to the San Francisco 49ers. It is formerly known as 3Com Park, San Francisco Stadium at Candlestick Park, and Monster Park.
The home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, this stadium is currently called Chase Field.
This stadium is home to the Colorado Rockies.
This stadium is home to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
This historic stadium is home to the Boston Red Sox.
Home to the Texas Rangers baseball club.
This ball park is home to the Cincinnati Reds.
Kauffman Stadium is the home of the Kansas City Royals. It appears annually in MLB licensed games.
This is the former home of the Seattle Seahawks (1976-2000), Seattle Mariners (1977-1999), Seattle Sounders (1976-1983), and the Seattle SuperSonics (1978-1985).
This park is home to the Milwaukee Brewers.
Formerly called Enron Field and Astro field this stadium is home to the Houston Astros.
A multi-purpose sports stadium in Montreal, Québec, Canada. Built for the 1976 Summer Olympics, it has hosted several pro sports teams, including the since-relocated Montreal Expos of Major League Baseball.
This stadium is home of the Baltimore Orioles.
This stadium is home to the San Diego Padres.
From 1968 to 2022, the Coliseum (under various sponsored names) was the home of the Oakland Athletics baseball club. It was also the home of the Oakland Raiders football team from 1966-1981 and 1995-2019.
This stadium is home to the Toronto (Blue) Jays. It is now called Rogers Centre.
This stadium is the old home to the New York Mets who now reside at Citi Field.
They played 1964-2008 at Shea stadium.
Sporting events are held in these stadium or dome designed buildings.
T-Mobile Park is a baseball stadium in Seattle Washington that is home to the Seattle Mariners. It is located in the Sodo business district at the corner of Royal Brougham and Edgar Martinez Drive.
This stadium is home to the Tampa Bay Rays, who used to be called the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
Stadium for the New York Yankees from Major League Baseball
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