League Park (Fort Wayne)

The last two of Fort Wayne’s 12 major-league games were played…

Congress Street Grounds (Boston)

The Congress Street Grounds in Boston had a short, but illustrious,…

Robison Field (St. Louis)

The first baseball park built for the club that became the National…

Milwaukee Park (Milwaukee)

The amateur West End club of Milwaukee was formed in 1875 and…

Lloyd Street Grounds (Milwaukee)

The Milwaukee wooden ballpark that hosted the most major league…

Fair Grounds (Rockford, IL)

Rockford has the distinction of being a part of America’s first…

Kekionga Ball Grounds (Fort Wayne)

Fort Wayne, Indiana, has hosted only 12 major-league games…

National League Park (Louisville)

Baseball came to Louisville prior to the Civil War. The Louisville…

League Park (Louisville)

When Louisville's Eclipse Park burned late in the 1892 season…

Athletic Park (St. Paul)

The 1887 St. Paul team, a member of the Northwestern League,…

Downtown Park (St. Paul)

In 1897 the St. Paul team in the Western League, then known as…

Fort Street Grounds (St. Paul)

The 1884 season marked the first year in which Minnesota had…

Metropolitan Stadium (Bloomington, MN)

Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minnesota, served the…

Metrodome (Minneapolis)

The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis was a functional,…

Polo Grounds (New York)

The Polo Grounds, an odd name for an odd stadium, was home…

Nicollet Park (Minneapolis)

The Minneapolis Millers had a number of locales to hang their…

Lexington Park (St. Paul)

Lexington Park served as the home of the St. Paul Saints from…

Midway Stadium (St. Paul)

In the 1950s, the two American Association teams in Minnesota,…

Athletic Park (Minneapolis)

A number of sites and facilities, usually short-lived, were used…

Dale and Aurora Grounds (St.Paul)

In late 1893 Byron Bancroft "Ban" Johnson, a writer for the Cincinnati…

Wrigley Field (Los Angeles)

Los Angeles's Wrigley Field in was built and opened in 1925…

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