Baseball Landmarks Research Committee

SABR members comprise a special breed of individuals, drawn to out-of-the-way places to spy an old ballpark, visit a historical marker, or pay their respects at the grave of a late ballplayer. Until now, there had not been a comprehensive checklist or map to document the staggering array of baseball-related sites located across North America. The Baseball Landmarks Committee endeavors to fill this need with the SABR Baseball Map:

SABR Baseball Landmarks Map

(Click on the image above to view the map at

What will I find on the SABR Baseball Map?

  • BALLPARKS – Active Major League, MiLB, Independent Minor League, and Summer Collegiate Leagues (categorized by level)
  • STATUES – Statues, busts, sculptures of players, managers/coaches, broadcasters, owners
  • MARKERS – Historical markers and monuments for people, places, events
  • MURALS – Murals and public art featuring baseball-related themes
  • MUSEUMS – Museums, permanent exhibits, displays dedicated to baseball
  • GRAVES – Select gravesites with GPS coordinates to area of headstone
  • MOVIE LOCATIONS – Distinctive baseball movie filming locations
  • SITES – Miscellaneous roadside attractions and photo opportunities

What won’t I find on the SABR Baseball Map?

  • NOTHING TO SEE – Locations, such as former ballparks, that have no remaining physical structure or marker
  • NO CONNECTION – Parks or ballfields simply named after ballplayers with no additional connection to the location (i.e., played there as a youth) or for which no plaque or statue was dedicated; sites involving people associated with baseball but with no true baseball connection at the site
  • RESTAURANTS – Most restaurants named after or owned by players

How can I use the SABR Baseball Map?

The map can be accessed on your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the computer version for advance trip planning and mapping. 

Click here to find more Frequently Asked Questions about the SABR Baseball Map.

Click here to watch a preview of the SABR Baseball Map in action:

Or click here to watch a full tutorial of the SABR Baseball Map, led by John Racanelli.

SABR Graves Map: Click here to view the SABR Graves Map, which includes burial locations for more than 9,000 players, managers, umpires, executives, and other baseball figures, thanks to the research of Fred Worth.

Corrections: If you know of corrections to be made or have a new baseball-related site for consideration, please click here to submit any updates.

Website: Learn more about baseball landmarks at The Hardball Voyager, the Landmarks Committee website, at

Announcements: To sign up for email announcements from this committee, click the “Announcements” button above, then click “Join Group” (). All SABR members are eligible to sign up for announcements from any committee.

Contacts: For more information, or to get involved, contact a committee leader below: