Tiger Stadium (Detroit)

On Monday, April 15, 1912, at 2:20 A.M., the RMS Titanic,…

Bennett Park (Detroit)

Mention the corner of Michigan and Trumbull to baseball fans…

Hilltop Park (New York)

The cramped wooden ballpark had few admirers. Inconveniently…

Wrigley Field (Chicago)

It was built on the site of a former theological seminary (of…

Comiskey Park (Chicago)

Circa turn of the Twentieth Century’s industrial post-war boom.…

Jarry Park (Montreal)

Rinky-dink in a most charming way, Jarry Park — or Parc Jarry…

Manhattan Field (New York)

For about a decade near the turn of the last century, now forgotten…

Sulphur Dell (Nashville)

The ballpark was a magnet. It drew boys like Walter Nipper, long…

Armory Park (Toledo)

It seems that baseball has many fathers. Perhaps, for all he…

Swayne Field (Toledo)

In 1955 Toledo, Ohio, suffered the double indignity of losing…

West End Park (Milwaukee)

No major Organized Baseball clubs played in Milwaukee from 1871…

Swinney Park (Fort Wayne)

The Kekionga Ball Grounds hosted the first nine of Fort Wayne’s…

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,…

Federal League Park (St. Louis)

While the American League Browns played at old Sportsman's Park,…

Red Stockings Park (St. Louis)

A little-known, but significant site of early professional baseball…

Union Base Ball Park (St. Louis)

Henry V. Lucas was a central figure in the organization of baseball's…

Wright Street Grounds (Milwaukee)

Between 1879 and 1883, Milwaukee did not have a professional…

Lloyd Street Grounds (Milwaukee)

The Milwaukee wooden ballpark that hosted the most major league…

League Park (Cleveland, OH)

The 1931 opening of Cleveland Stadium, also known as Cleveland…

Borchert Field (Milwaukee, WI)

In 1888, Athletic Park replaced the Wright Street Grounds as…

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…

Eclipse Park (Louisville)

Following the demise of Louisville's National League franchise…