Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium

From its beginning, as a plank in Ivan Allen’s campaign platform…

Crosley Field (Cincinnati)

Crosley Field was the “married” name of Cincinnati’s beloved…

Jacobs Field (Cleveland, OH)

The first regular-season game at Jacobs Field was played on…

Three Rivers Stadium (Pittsburgh)

Three Rivers Stadium; if it wasn’t the most picturesque coliseum…

Cleveland Stadium

I am gone and forgotten. People who sat in my seats rarely…

Rocky Point Grounds (Warwick, RI)

From 1891 to 1917, Rocky Point was the site of dozens of Sunday…

Westgate Park (San Diego)

The Pacific Coast League’s San Diego Padres had played in Lane…

Lane Field (San Diego)

Lane Field was the home of the Pacific Coast League’s San Diego…

Olympic Stadium (Montreal)

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Wade Stadium (Duluth)

When Miles Wolff first came to Duluth, Minnesota, and saw Wade…

Fenway Park (Boston)

The Boston Red Sox celebrated the 100th birthday of Fenway Park…

Shea Stadium (New York)

“Nobody has ever called Shea Stadium a cathedral,” wrote…

County Stadium (Milwaukee, WI)

Milwaukee was ready for major-league baseball in 1953. More…
Memorial Stadium (Courtesy of the Baltimore Orioles)

Memorial Stadium (Baltimore, MD)

Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, home of the Orioles from 1954…

Sportsman’s Park (St. Louis)

In baseball history there have been certain street corners that…

South End Grounds (Boston)

The End of the Beginning When the Boston Braves left the field…

Forbes Field (Pittsburgh)

Baseball links geography, and rivalry. In 1908 Philadelphia constructed…

Shibe Park/Connie Mack Stadium (Philadelphia)

Shibe Park, later known as Connie Mack Stadium, goes back to…
Boston rooters gather in center field, on rooftops, and seated on the outfield fence to see the Boston Americans play the New York Highlanders (Yankees) in a pivotal doubleheader in 1904.

Huntington Avenue Grounds (Boston, MA)

Before the 1901 season the ballpark called Huntington Avenue…