How Many Stadiums Have You been to?

7timecy

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Just curious on how many stadium everybody out there has visited. I have been to 26 active MLB stadiums and 14 minor league stadiums.
 

David K.

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Four majors (Giants, A's, Dodgers, Angels) and one minor league team Fresno Grizzlies.......was Giants minor league..then Astros and Nationals in 2019. Best regards, David PS favorite is Giants!
 

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Riverfront
Jacobs Field
Wrigley

Hoosierdome (but not for a Colts game)

Been at 4 Big Ten football stadiums during my college years:

Indiana
Purdue
Ohio State
Michigan State

Canseco Fieldhouse (but not for a Pacers game)
 

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Wrigley Field (Cubs), Comiskey Park/U.S. Cellular Field/Guaranteed Rate Field (White Sox), Busch Stadium (St.Louis), Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City), Miller Park (Milwaukee), The Metrodome (Minnesota, actually played there in college), Three Rivers Stadium (Pittsburgh).

Have to get to many more soon.....
 

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In order of personal fav's:
1. Tiger Stadium
2. Wrigley
3. Camden Yards
4. Comiskey (old)
5. Cincy (new)
6. Cardinals (Busch Stadium)
7. Tigers (Comerica)
8. KC
9. Houston (new)
10. Milwaukee (old)
11. Toronto Skydome
12. Cleveland (old)
13. Cleveland (new)
14. Cincy (old)
15. Comiskey (new)
16. Yankees (old)

Minor League - Toledo Mud Hens, Columbus Clippers, Memphis and played on a couple in college.
 
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What a great idea, and a trip down Memory Lane! I think I got them all, but...
In no particular order:
MLB
1.) Yankee Stadium (original);
2.) Yankee Stadium (renovated);
3.) Yankee Stadium (new);
4.) Polo Grounds;
5.) Shea Stadium;
6.) Citi Field;
7.) Fenway;
8.) Veteran's Stadium (where I saw my oly W.S. game);
9.) Ballpark at Arlington;
10.) Coors Field;
11.) Nationals Park

NFL
1.) Giants Stadium;
2.) Shea Stadium (Jets);
3.) Polo Grounds (Titans);
4.) Rich Stadium (Bills);
NBA
1.) Madison Square Garden (the third iteration);
2.) MSG;
3.) TD Garden;
4.) Long Island Arena a/k/a Commack Arena (Commack, NY) (New York Nets)
NHL
1.) Madison Square Garden

Minor Leagues:
1.) Heritage Park, (Colonie, NY) Albany-Colonie Yankees of the Eastern League;
2.) Joe Bruno Stadium, (Troy,NY) Tri-City ValleyCats of the NY-Penn League;
3.) Bleeker Stadium (Albany NY) Albany A's of the Eastern League
4.) Veteran's Field, (Chatham, MA) Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod League
5.) Whitehouse Field (Harwich, MA) Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod League
6.) Long Island Arena a/k/a Commack Arena (Commack, NY) Long Island Ducks of the Eastern League (hockey)
 

7timecy

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I'm missing Arizona, Dodgers, Padres and Angels and I will be getting all 4 in 2019. The minors I've been to are:
Oneonta Yanks
NJ Cardinals
Cane County Cougars
Nashville Sound
Spokane Indians
Eugene Emeralds
Reno Aces
Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Scranton Railridres
Iowa Cubs
Omaha Stormchasers
Indianapolis Indians
Quad City River Bandits
Dayton Dragons
 

schmidtfan

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Man a lot of you guys have me beat...

I've been to
Veterans Stadium
Citizens Bank Park
Old Yankee Stadium
New Yankee Stadium
Fenway Park
New Comiskey
Wrigley Field
Turner Field
Oracle Field
Angels Stadium
Petco Park

Got tickets for a Dodgers-Phillies game in June, so I'll be adding that.

Been to but not seen a game in (not sure if that counts)
Citi Field
Camden Yards
Tropicana Field
Astrodome
Minute Maid Park
T-mobile Park
Coors Field
 

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In chronological order I've been to these.

NBA Omaha Civic Auditorium
KC/Omaha Kings and the Iconic NY Knicks in the early 70's (W. Reed did not play but did see Frazier, Monroe Debuscher, Bradley and some tall,lanky, curly headed no namer buy the name of Phil Jackson as well as Sam Lacey and Nate the "Skate Archibald for the Kings)

MLB Shea Stadium
1976 The Mets and the Big RED Machine. Got to see Seaver pitch. (early spring -froze to death in the stands)
1977 Kaufman Stadium - have been there twice since
1982 The first run of dozens of games at the Metrodome over the next couple of decades, including the very last baseball game played there.
PS I personally loved the Dome. When I have to travel 8 hours to see a game I want to make Damn sure there is going to be one. Never had the worry at the Dome. : )
2002 Chicago trip both Komisky and Wrigley in the same day !!!!!!!!
1997 and 2004 brought trips to Denver to see the Rockies vs Giants and Cubs
Haven't been to a game at Target field but attended a recent Twins Fest a few years ago at Target Field
2019 Target Field Vs the Braves
NFL
Three different trips to the Metrodome to see the Vikings - the first was 1998 Playoff game vs the Cardinals ( I know they didn't win it all that year but the '98 Vikings may be the most overall impressive team I've ever watched- including all of the recent power-house teams) and the most recent Farve vs the Bears


Would obviously love to have seen more but travel distance and too many irons in the fire make it very difficult.

PS
Adding just for kicks and grins several games at old Rosenblatt Stadium including a few CWS games, Salt Dogs in Lincoln and the 1982 NCAA Wrestling National Championships at Ames, Iowa. GO HAWKEYES !!!!
 
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7timecy

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What a great idea, and a trip down Memory Lane! I think I got them all, but...
In no particular order:
MLB
1.) Yankee Stadium (original);
2.) Yankee Stadium (renovated);
3.) Yankee Stadium (new);
4.) Polo Grounds;
5.) Shea Stadium;
6.) Citi Field;
7.) Fenway;
8.) Veteran's Stadium (where I saw my oly W.S. game);
9.) Ballpark at Arlington;
10.) Coors Field;
11.) Nationals Park

NFL
1.) Giants Stadium;
2.) Shea Stadium (Jets);
3.) Polo Grounds (Titans);
4.) Rich Stadium (Bills);
NBA
1.) Madison Square Garden (the third iteration);
2.) MSG;
3.) TD Garden;
4.) Long Island Arena a/k/a Commack Arena (Commack, NY) (New York Nets)
NHL
1.) Madison Square Garden

Minor Leagues:
1.) Heritage Park, (Colonie, NY) Albany-Colonie Yankees of the Eastern League;
2.) Joe Bruno Stadium, (Troy,NY) Tri-City ValleyCats of the NY-Penn League;
3.) Bleeker Stadium (Albany NY) Albany A's of the Eastern League
4.) Veteran's Field, (Chatham, MA) Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod League
5.) Whitehouse Field (Harwich, MA) Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod League
6.) Long Island Arena a/k/a Commack Arena (Commack, NY) Long Island Ducks of the Eastern League (hockey)

The Polo Grounds would have been awesome. Do you remember who you saw?
 

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In no particular order of favoritism:

MLB:
Veterans Stadium
Citizens Bank Park
Three Rivers Stadium
PNC Park
Tiger Stadium
Coors Field
Tropicana Dome
Fenway Park
Camden Yards
RFK Stadium (1st season of the Nationals)
Yankee Stadium (old)
Yankee Stadium (new)
Cleveland Municipal Stadium
Jacobs Field

Minor League (not sure of all the stadium names)
Harrisburg Senators
Reading Phillies
Memphis Redbirds (autozone park)
Trenton Thunder
Pawtucket Red Sox

NFL:
Pittsburgh Steelers - new stadium
Washington Redskins - RFK Stadium
Baltimore Ravens - M&T Bank stadium
Baltimore Ravens - old stadium

NHL:
Penguins - The Igloo
Flyers - Wells Fargo
Flyers - The Spectrum
Capitals - US Air Arena
Capitals - MCI Center
Red Wings - Joe Louis Arena

NBA:
76ers - Spectrum
76ers - Wells Fargo
Bullets - US Air Arena
Bullets - Baltimore Convention Center
Wizards - MCI Center
Suns - whatever their stadium was 20 years ago

Can add in countless college hoops and college football games as well. Want to get my son to as many baseball stadiums as possible, trying for two each year. Started him off last year with PNC Park in Pittsburgh and Jacobs Field in Cleveland. This year, I think it will be Camden Yards and Nationals Park.
 

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The Polo Grounds would have been awesome. Do you remember who you saw?

As for the MLB game, it was Sunday, July 15, 1962. The Mets played the Giants in a doubleheader. I was a budding Mets fan and my father was a Giants fan. I bought the tickets for him as a birthday present; probably as much a present for me! I think they were $ 3.50 each! Mays, McCovey, Cepeda. I remember the Mets were losing badly in the second game and my Dad suggested we might leave. I told him the Mets were known for rallying back (tho' they rarely won) and, sure enough, they scored six runs in the bottom of the eighth to narrow it to 9-8, the score by which they lost. Great memories.

The NFL game was really an AFL game at that time. The New York Titans played the Dallas Texans. I think it was November 11, 1962. I went as part of a group from our Church, maybe the Scout group. Again, my Dad was there, and I remember this large group of kids having lousy seats, and him slipping the usher some money and, all of a sudden, we had seats on the 40 yard line! Of course, there were only about 6,000 people there!

Boots
 

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Comiskey Park and U.S. Cellular Field
Great American Ball Park
Tropicana Field
Wrigley Field
Fulton County Stadium,Turner Field,SunTrust Park
Old Yankee Stadium
 

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Teams I have seen in their home stadiums:

St. Louis Cardinals (Busch Stadium II and Busch Stadium III)
Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field)
Chicago White Sox (Comisky Park)
Milwaukee Brewers (County Stadium)
San Francisco Giants (AT&T Park)
Miami Marlins

Been to several spring training games, but not too many minor league games.

NFL
St. Louis Rams
Indianapolis Colts
 

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Great thread. My MLB stadium list:

Current
BOS (Fenway Park)
CHC (Wrigley Field)
CHW (Guaranteed Rate Field)
CLE (Progressive Field)
DET (Comerica Park)
HOU (Minute Maid Park -- toured only)
MIL (Miller Park)
NYM (Citi Field)
NYY (Yankee Stadium)
OAK (Oakland Alameda County Stadium)
SF (Oracle Park)
TB (Tropicana Field)

Former
ATL (Turner Field)
BAL (Memorial Stadium)
CLE (Municipal Stadium)
FLA (Sun Life Stadium)
NYM (Shea Stadium)
SF (Candlestick Park)
 

7timecy

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As for the MLB game, it was Sunday, July 15, 1962. The Mets played the Giants in a doubleheader. I was a budding Mets fan and my father was a Giants fan. I bought the tickets for him as a birthday present; probably as much a present for me! I think they were $ 3.50 each! Mays, McCovey, Cepeda. I remember the Mets were losing badly in the second game and my Dad suggested we might leave. I told him the Mets were known for rallying back (tho' they rarely won) and, sure enough, they scored six runs in the bottom of the eighth to narrow it to 9-8, the score by which they lost. Great memories.

The NFL game was really an AFL game at that time. The New York Titans played the Dallas Texans. I think it was November 11, 1962. I went as part of a group from our Church, maybe the Scout group. Again, my Dad was there, and I remember this large group of kids having lousy seats, and him slipping the usher some money and, all of a sudden, we had seats on the 40 yard line! Of course, there were only about 6,000 people there!

Boots
Wow you have a great memory, for something that was over 55 years ago. Those are great stories. Thank you for sharing.
 

7timecy

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Comiskey Park and U.S. Cellular Field
Great American Ball Park
Tropicana Field
Wrigley Field
Fulton County Stadium,Turner Field,SunTrust Park
Old Yankee Stadium

So far you and I are the only ones with Suntrust. I really liked that stadium, I definitely want to get back to that one.
 

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Wow you have a great memory, for something that was over 55 years ago. Those are great stories. Thank you for sharing.

Agreed, thanks for the memory Boots. Would love to have seen the Polo Grounds with the crazy outfield dimensions.

A big regret of mine is that I seriously thought about flying to Detroit in the last year of Tigers Stadium just to see a game. Couldn't get any friends to go with me though, so I didn't make the trip. I think Gnep is the only one I've seen who saw a game there...
 

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My list is extremely Braves-centric

Fulton County Stadium
Turner Field
Suntrust Park
Riverfront Stadium
Great American Ballpark
Dodger Stadium
Angels Stadium (can't remember what it was called when I was there)
Busch Stadium

Cardinal Stadium and Slugger Field for the Minors
 

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MLB:
Dodger Stadium
Angel Stadium
PetCo Park (Padres)
SafeCo Field (Mariners)
AT&T Park (Giants) Now Oracle Park I suppose My Personal Favorite thus far...Padres and Mariners are a close second
Oakland Coliseum (A's)
Chase Field (Diamondbacks)

Spring Training:
Camelback Ranch (Dodgers, White Sox)
Salt River Fields (Diamondbacks, Rockies)
Goodyear Ballpark (Reds, Indians)
Maryvale Baseball Park (Brewers)
Peoria Sports Complex (Padres, Mariners)
Surprise Stadium (Rangers, Royals)


MiLB:
Inland Empire 66ers
Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Lake Elsinore Storm
Modesto Nuts
Visalia Rawhide
High Desert Mavericks (no longer playing)
Bakersfield Blaze (no longer playing)....straight away center field was only 354 feet
Fresno Grizzlies
Sacramento Rivercats
Stockton Ports
Eugene Emeralds
Palm Springs Stadium
Reno Aces
Salem-Keizer Volcanoes
Everett Aqua Sox
Lancaster JetHawks


Football:
Los Angeles Rams (before they went to St. Louis) played at Angel Stadium
LA Express (USFL) Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum


Hockey:
Staples Center (LA Kings)
Honda Center (Anaheim Ducks)
Gila River Arena (Arizona Coyotes)
Ontario Convention Center (Ontario Reign..Minor League Hockey for the Kings)
 
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