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Current Stadiums

Team name Stadium Year completed Initial cost % publicly financed Other Current/Past Tenants
Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field 1998 $355 million 76%
Atlanta Braves Turner Field 1996 $235 million 0%
Baltimore Orioles Oriole Park at Camden Yards 1992 $235 million 96%
Boston Red Sox Fenway Park 1912 $420,000 0% Boston Patriots (1963-1968), Boston Yanks (1944-1948), Boston Redskins (1933-1936)
Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field 1914 $250,000 0% Chicago Bears (1921-1970)
Chicago White Sox U.S. Cellular Field 1991 $150 million 100%
Cincinnati Reds Great American Ball Park 2003 $297 million ~17%
Cleveland Indians Jacobs Field 1994 $173 million 87%
Colorado Rockies Coors Field 1995 $215 million 75%
Detroit Tigers Comerica Park 2000 $290 Million 50%
Florida Marlins Dolphin Stadium 1987 $115 million 3% Miami Dolphins
Houston Astros Minute Maid Park 2000 $266 million 67%
Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium 1973 $43 million 100%
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Angel Stadium of Anaheim 1966 $24 million 100% Los Angeles Rams (1980-1994)
Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium 1962 $18 million 0% Los Angeles Angels (1962-1965)
Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park 2001 $322 million 64%
Minnesota Twins Metrodome 1982 $102.8 million 87% Vikings, Golden Gophers
New York Mets Shea Stadium 1964 $21 million 100% New York Jets (1964-1984), New York Yankees (1974-1975)
New York Yankees Yankee Stadium 1923 $2.3 million 0% New York Giants (1956-1973)
Oakland Athletics McAfee Coliseum 1966 $30 million 100% Oakland Raiders
Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park 2004 $346 million 50%
Pittsburgh Pirates PNC Park 2001 $230 million 71%
St. Louis Cardinals New Busch Stadium 2006 $346 million 0%
San Diego Padres PETCO Park 2004 $411 million 70%
San Francisco Giants AT&T Park 2000 $306 million 5%
Seattle Mariners Safeco Field 1999 $517 million 76%
Tampa Bay Devil Rays Tropicana Field 1990 $85 million 100% Tampa Bay Lightning (1994-1996)
Texas Rangers Ameriquest Field in Arlington 1994 $181 million 80%
Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Centre 1989 $570 million 63% Toronto Argonauts
Washington Nationals RFK Stadium 1961 $20 million D.C. United, Washington Redskins (1969-1996), Washington Senators (1961-1971)


Listed from oldest to newest

National League

  1. Wrigley Field (Chicago - 1914)
  2. RFK Stadium (Washington - 1961) (first used for MLB in 1962)
  3. Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles - 1962)
  4. Shea Stadium (New York - 1964)
  5. Dolphin Stadium (Florida - 1987) (first used for MLB in 1993)
  6. Coors Field (Colorado - 1995)
  7. Turner Field (Atlanta - 1996) (first used for MLB in 1997)
  8. Chase Field (Arizona - 1998)
  9. Minute Maid Park (Houston - 2000)
  10. AT&T Park (San Francisco - 2000)
  11. Miller Park (Milwaukee - 2001)
  12. PNC Park (Pittsburgh - 2001)
  13. Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati - 2003)
  14. Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia - 2004)
  15. PETCO Park (San Diego - 2004)
  16. New Busch Stadium (St. Louis - 2006)

American League

  1. Fenway Park (Boston - 1912)
  2. Yankee Stadium (New York - 1923)
  3. Angel Stadium of Anaheim (Los Angeles - 1966)
  4. McAfee Coliseum (Oakland - 1966) (first used for MLB in 1968)
  5. Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City - 1973)
  6. Metrodome (Minnesota - 1982)
  7. Rogers Centre (Toronto - 1989)
  8. Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay - 1990) (first used for MLB in 1998)
  9. U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago - 1991)
  10. Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore - 1992)
  11. Jacobs Field (Cleveland - 1994)
  12. Ameriquest Field in Arlington (Texas - 1994)
  13. Safeco Field (Seattle - 1999)
  14. Comerica Park (Detroit - 2000)

Former stadiums / ballparks

City Stadium Team(s) Opened Closed Other tenants
Atlanta Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium Braves (1966-96) 1965 1996 Atlanta Crackers (1965);
Falcons (1966-92)
Baltimore New Oriole Park Orioles (1901-02) 1901 1915 Minor league Orioles (1903-15)
Baltimore Memorial Stadium Orioles (1954-91) 1922 1998 Minor league Orioles (1944-53);
Elite Giants (1944-50);
Colts (1953-85); Baysox (1993);
Stallions (1994-95); Ravens (1996-98)
Boston South End Grounds Braves 1871 1914
Boston Huntington Avenue Grounds Red Sox 1901 1911
Boston Braves Field Braves 1915 1952 Football Braves (1932)
Chicago New West Side Park Cubs 1894 1915
Chicago South Side Park III White Sox (1901-10) 1901 1940 American Giants (1910-40)
Chicago Comiskey Park White Sox 1910 1990 Cardinals (1922-25; 1929-59)
Cincinnati Crosley Field Reds 1884 1970
Cincinnati Cinergy Field
(Riverfront Stadium)
Reds 1970 2002 Bengals (1970-99)
Cleveland League Park Spiders (1891-99)
Indians (1901-46)
1891 1946 Buckeyes (1943-46)
Cleveland Cleveland Stadium Indians (1932-93) 1932 1995 Browns (1946-95)
Dallas-Fort Worth
(Arlington)
Arlington Stadium Rangers (1972-93) 1965 1993 Spurs (1965-72)
Denver Mile High Stadium Rockies (1993-94) 1948 2001 Bears/Zephyrs (1948-92); Broncos (1960-2001);
Gold (1983-85); Rapids (1996-2001)
Detroit Tiger Stadium Tigers 1896 1999 Lions (1938-74)
Houston Colt Stadium Colt .45s 1962 1964
Houston Astrodome Astros 1965 1998 Oilers (1968-96); Cougars (1968-98);
Texans (1974); Gamblers (1984-85)
Kansas City Municipal Stadium Athletics (1955-67);
Royals (1969-72)
1925 1972 Blues (1925-54); Monarchs (1925-62);
Chiefs (1963-71)
Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Dodgers (1958-61) 1923 Trojans (1923-pres); Rams (1946-79);
Chargers (1960); Raiders (1982-94);
Express (1983-85); Xtreme (2001)
Los Angeles Wrigley Field Angels (1961) 1925 1961 Minor league Angels (1925-57);
Stars (1926-35; 1938)
Los Angeles Dodger Stadium
(Chavez Ravine Stadium)
Angels (1962-65)
Dodgers (1962-pres)
1962
Milwaukee Lloyd Street Grounds Brewers 1901 1901
Milwaukee Milwaukee County Stadium Braves (1953-65)
Brewers (1970-2000)
1953 2000
Minneapolis-St. Paul
(Boomington)
Metropolitan Stadium Twins (1961-81) 1956 1981 Millers (1956-60); Vikings (1961-81);
Kicks (1976-81)
Montreal Jarry Park Expos 1969 1976
Montreal Olympic Stadium Expos (1977-2004) 1976 2004 Alouettes (1976-86; 1996-97)
New York (Brooklyn) New Washington Park Dodgers (1898-1912) 1898 1915 Tip Tops (1914-15)
New York (Brooklyn) Ebbets Field Dodgers 1913 1957 Football Dodgers (1930-44)
New York (Manhattan) Polo Grounds III Giants (1890-57)
Yankees (1913-22)
Mets (1962-63)
1890 1963 Football Giants (1925-55);
Titans/Jets (1960-63)
New York (Manhattan) Hilltop Park Yankees 1903 1912
Philadelphia Baker Bowl Phillies 1887 1938
Philadelphia Columbia Park Athletics 1901 1908
Philadelphia Connie Mack Stadium
(Shibe Park)
Athletics (1909-54)
Phillies (1938-70)
1909 1970 Eagles (1940-57)
Philadelphia Veterans Stadium Phillies 1971 2003 Eagles (1971-2002)
Pittsburgh Exposition Park Pirates (1891-1909) 1891 1915 Rebels (1914-15)
Pittsburgh Forbes Field Pirates 1909 1970 Steelers (1933-63); Grays (1939-48)
Pittsburgh Three Rivers Stadium Pirates 1970 2000 Steelers (1970-2000); Maulers (1984)
St. Louis Busch Stadium Cardinals (1966-2005) 1966 2005 Football Cardinals (1966-87)
St. Louis Sportsman's Park Cardinals (1882-92; 1920-66)
Browns (1902-53)
1882 1966 Football Cardinals (1960-65)
St. Louis Robison Field
(New Sportsman's Park)
Cardinals 1893 1920
San Diego Qualcomm Stadium
(Jack Murphy Stadium)
Padres (1969-2003) 1968 Chargers (1968-pres); Aztecs (1968-pres);
Jaws (1976); Sockers (1978-84)
San Francisco Seals Stadium Giants (1958-59) 1931 1959 Seals (1931-57); Reds (1931-37)
San Francisco Candlestick Park Giants (1960-99) 1960 49ers (1971-pres); Raiders (1971)
Seattle Sick's Stadium Pilots (1969) 1932 1969 Rainiers (1932-68)
Seattle Kingdome Mariners (1977-99) 1976 1999 Seahawks (1976-99);
SuperSonics (1978-85)
Toronto Exhibition Stadium Blue Jays (1977-89) 1959 1989 Argonauts (1959-88)
Washington American League Park Senators 1901 1902
Washington Griffith Stadium Senators (1903-1960)
(new) Senators (1961)
1903 1961 Redskins (1937-60); Grays (1940-50)
Washington RFK Stadium (DC Stadium) Senators (1962-71)
Nationals (2005)
1961 Redskins (1961-96);
D.C. United (1996-pres)

Future ballparks, proposed and under construction

Team name Stadium Estimated completion Initial cost % publicly financed Other Future Tenants
Washington Nationals Nationals Ballpark 2008 $611 million ??%
New York Mets Citi Field 2009 $610 million ??%
New York Yankees New Yankee Stadium 2009 $800 million ??%
Minnesota Twins Twins Ballpark 2010 $522 million 82%
Oakland Athletics Cisco Field 2011 $300-400 million ??%

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