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American Baseball Stadiums ​

Images taken from List of current Major League Baseball stadiums.

By Garet Jacoby


A​ is for at&t park

Images taken from The cove

This park opened on ​April 11, 2000


B​ is for Busch stadium

Images taken from ​LAW AND ORDER

There are ​46,000 seat is these stadiums.


C​ is for Coors field

Images taken from MLB Betting Strategy: Late Season Overs at Coors Field

At an elevation of 5,200 feet Coors Field instantly became a hitters paradise upon opening.


D​ ​is for Dodger stadium

Images taken from ​The Top 10 Greatest Moments in Dodger Stadium History

2017 Dodgers National League Pennant trophy.


E​ ​is for Exposition Park

Images taken from File:Forbes Field from bleachers.jpg

The address is ​700 Exposition Park Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90037.


F​ is for Fenway park

Images taken from ​http://www.box-officetickets.com/V/v-551

The team that owns this stadium in the ​Boston Red Sox


G​ is for Great American ballpark

Images taken from http://thenewswheel.com/the-toyota-tundra-has-disappeared-from-great-american-ball-park/

The team that owns this stadium in the that owns this stadium in the.


H ​is for ​Hammond Stadium

Images taken from https://www.springtrainingonline.com/twins-unveil-hammond-stadium-improvements/

It opened on ​March 7, 1991


I​ is for ​Isotopes Park

Images taken from http://www.virtualalbuquerque.com/VirtualABQ/IsotopesPark/

The address is ​1601 Avenida Cesar Chavez SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106.


J​ is for ​John Thurman Field

Images taken from https://www.purplerow.com/2016/4/7/11379278/colorado-rockies-modesto-nuts-john-thurman-field-california-lea gue-ballpark-gallery

Originally named Del Webb Field, the Modesto ballpark was renamed for state assemblyman John Thurman in 1983 and underwent over $3.93 million worth of renovations prior to the start of the 1997 to keep it up to California League standards.


K​ is for ​Kauffman Stadium

Images taken from http://huntconstructiongroup.com/projects/stadiums/kauffman-stadium-expansion-renovation/

It opened in ​April 10, 1973.


L​ is for Lecom Park

Images taken from http://www.witf.org/news/2017/02/pirates-spring-training-home-renamed-lecom-park.php

The owner is ​Bradenton

M​ is for ​Miller Park


Images taken from http://milwaukee.brewers.mlb.com/mil/ballpark/miller-park-events/directions/

The height is ​330.

N​ is for ​Nationals Park


Images taken from https://populous.com/project/nationals-park/

The adresse is ​1500 S Capitol St SE, Washington, DC 20003.

O​ is for ​Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum


Images taken from http://waitingfornextyear.com/2015/07/next-up-cleveland-indians-oakland-athletics-the-west-coast-and-the-end-of -the-world/

​In

2006, the A's and new owner Lew Wolff spread a green tarp across the Coliseum's often lightly populated, largely unpoliced upper deck, a move rather similar in spirit and effectiveness to an aging man throwing a few pitiful shoots of hair across his bald dome.


P​ is for ​Petco Park

Images taken from https://www.delawarenorth.com/venues/petco-park-mlb-san-diego-padres

The address is ​00 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101.


Q​ is for ​QU Stadium

Imiges taken from http://www.charliesballparks.com/st/IL-Quincy-QU.htm

This field is located in ​Quincy University.


R​ is for Rogers Centre

Image taken from https://bluejaysnation.com/2017/02/13/don-t-hold-your-breath-for-rogers-centre-grass/

Over 60,000 people watched the dome open for the first time.


S​ ​is for Safeco Field

Image taken from https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/mariners/a-name-change-coming-to-safeco-field-mariners-announce-the-nam ing-rights-agreement-with-insurance-company-wont-be-extended/

The address is ​ 1250 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134


T​ is for Target Field

Image taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Target_Field

The height is ​237′


U​ is for Upmc Park

Image taken from https://aviewfrommyseat.com/venue/UPMC+Park/

Opened on ​June 20, 1995.


V​ is for vero beach stadium

Image taken from http://www.charliesballparks.com/st/FL-VeroBeach-Holman.htm

The address is ​ 3901 26th St, Vero Beach, FL 32960.


W​ is for ​Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Image taken from https://mlblogstheballparkguide.wordpress.com/tag/whitaker-bank-ballpark/

The owner is ​ ​Lexington Legends.


Y​ is for Yakima County Stadium

Image taken from http://www.littleballparks.com/Stadium/2010/Yakima/Yakima.htm

The fields size is ​ Left Field – 295 ft (90 m); Center Field – 406 ft (124 m); Right Field – 295 ft (90 m).


Z​ is for zephyr field

Image taken from http://www.worldstadiums.com/stadium_pictures/north_america/united_states/louisiana/metairie_zephyr.shtml

The address is ​ 6000 Airline Dr, Metairie, LA 70003


This book is about baseball fields leder A-Z. It is major league and minor league stadiums. All of these stadiums or fields are in America. Some stadiums have domes and some don't.

Garet jacoby unit 2 lesson 7 american places  

This book is about baseball fields leder A-Z. It is major league and minor league stadiums. All of these stadiums or fields are in America....

Garet jacoby unit 2 lesson 7 american places  

This book is about baseball fields leder A-Z. It is major league and minor league stadiums. All of these stadiums or fields are in America....

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