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How Many Stadiums Have You been to?

89Giants

MVP
1,702
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My MLB stadiums:
AT&T(Giants)
Candlestick Park
Jack Murphy Stadium(old padres)
Petco Park(new padres)
Oakland Coliseum
Dodgers Stadium
Angels stadium
Comiskey Park
Old Busch Stadium
Kauffman stadium
Bank one ballpark(Dbacks) - upper deck is scary! So steep you feel like you might fall and die lol
Progressive Field(Indians)
Coors Field

will have to do a MiLB list sometime, I've been to a lot of minor league parks.

Top picks on my list:
AT&T in SF
Kauffman stadium- i wasnt expecting it to be so nice
Petco park
 

Chavezforprez

MVP
1,536
5.00 star(s)
King Dome
Safeco (Did my first re-enlisted during a game there)
Mile High Stadium (1993)
Dodger Stadium
Angel Stadium
Qualcomm Stadium
Petco Park
Shea Stadium
Comerica Park
Nationals Park
Citizens Bank Park
 

Rhubarb_Runner

All-Star
535
5.00 star(s)
Metropolitan Stadium
Metrodome
Target Field
Busch Stadium
New Busch Stadium
New Comiskey
Dodger Stadium
The Big A (Rod Carew 3000th hit, Joe Niekro emery board)
Jack Murphy Stadium
Kauffman Stadium
plus several spring training/minor league parks
 

7timecy

HOF
2,973
5.00 star(s)
My full resume. I want to get to all actives at least 3 times and shooting for 50 minor leagues.
Inactive Stadiums
Old Yankee to many times to count
Shea- once
Texas- 3 times
Turner-once

Active Stadiums
Yankee twice
Tampa twice
Toronto twice
Baltimore 3 times
Boston 2 times
Royals to many times to count
White sox twice
Twins twice
Cleveland twice
Detriot twice
Oakland twice
Houston once
Seattle twice
Angels once
New Texas-never
Atlanta once
Mets twice
Miami 3 times
Philly once
Washington once
Cubs twice
St Louis at least 5 times
Cincy once
Brewers
Pirates twice
Dodgers once
Padres once
Giants twice
Rockies 4 times
D Backs once

Minor Leagues
Jersey Cardinals
Oneonta Yanks
Cane County Cougars
Nashville Sound
Spokane Indians
Eugene Emeralds
Reno Aces
NA Naturals
Railriders
Iowa Cubs
Omoaha Storm Chasers
Indy Indians
QC River Bandits
Dayton Dragons
San Jose Giants
LE Storm
Lancaster Jethawks
 

Kirbyfan34

Veteran
113
4.90 star(s)
Major League
Metrodome
County Stadium
Miller Park
Target FIeld

Minor League
Polhman Field (Beloit Snappers)

NFL
Metrodome
US Bank Stadium

NBA
Target Center
Bradley Center
Fiserv Forum

Big Ten Football
Metrodome
TCF Bank

Big Ten Basketball
Williams Arena

Minor League Hockey

UWM Panther Arena (Milwaukee Admirals)
 

metsman1986

All-Star
982
5.00 star(s)
Major League
Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati
Municipal Stadium, Cleveland
Wrigley Field, Chicago
Busch Stadium, St. Louis
Shea Stadium, New York

Minor League
Tim McCarver Stadium, Memphis
AutoZone Park, Memphis

NFL
Municipal Stadium, Cleveland
Adelphia Coliseum, Nashville

NBA
The Pyramid, Memphis
FedEx Forum, Memphis

I should get out more........
 

erdoro

Veteran
308
5.00 star(s)
Down to
Dodger, Padres, Texas, Houston, Miami, Mets, Denver and Seattle
My cousin says I have to redo some stadiums due to some teams have new stadiums since I’ve been there.
Like Cleveland, I was at Municipal and the likes of these.. so frickin old 😖
 

metsman1986

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We went mostly to Browns games in the late '70's and early '80's and my Dad is exceptionally cheap...........December games in the Dog Pound were brutal..........We would escape to the bathrooms to get warm...........The swirling winds off Lake Erie are relentless, especially in the winter months........Seems like the snow doesn't melt until May.............
 

roger16

All-Star
869
5.00 star(s)
Busch Stadium II
Busch Stadium III
Riverfront Stadium Reds
Great American Ballpark Reds
Indianapolis ML
South Bend ML
Myrtle Beach ML


Lucas Oil Colts
RCA Dome Colts

Bankers Life Pacers
Market Square Pacers
 

greatdadx2

HOF
2,537
5.00 star(s)
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


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)
Updated mine from last vacation in 2019.Was suppose to hit more spring training sites in Arizona this year. Also had plans to get to the Colorado Rockies this year.
 

7timecy

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I hate going into the winter missing one stadium and that would be the new one(Texas). Hopefully this covid thing is gone and I may hit it opening weekend next year.
 

erdoro

Veteran
308
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Had it planned out to hit Col while there for a conc July 1 had a cruise to Alaska and go in early to catch a M’s game. then SD and LA for a weekend jaunt. So much for planning.
 

dlackey

Legend
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Only been to a couple.

Fulton County Stadium to see my Reds play the Braves. Got to see Bench, Foster and Concepcion for the Reds.

Globe Life Park to see Rangers play the Marlins in a 3 game series. Got to see Ichiro bat against Darvish and if not for a fan sitting by us would have caught (I hope) from the first pitch of the game when Dee Gordon took Darvish deep. But got to see Beltre get some hits on his way to 3000 and Stanton hit several home runs.

Also been to Ray Winder Field several times to watch the Travellers play.

If we get moved to Florida in a couple years we plan on many visits to The Trop.

Dennis
 

daveteach

Veteran
238
5.00 star(s)
Been to

MLB:
all 3 Cincinnati reds parks
both Cleveland Indians stadiums
last 2 Pittsburgh Pirates stadiums
Wrigley
Miller Park
Skydome
Tropicana Field
Washington Nationals park
( the one that got away was Memorial Stadium in Baltimore where my sons and i were going to a game but my aunt talked us out of it because of the location of the stadium. That night Juan Nieves threw his no-hitter)

Minor league stadiums
2 in Charlotte (NC)
Jacksonville
Hickory
Winston Salem
Carolina ( Zebulon)
Kannapolis
Charleston SC
old stadium Charleston WVA
Columbia, SC ( old stadium when they were the Bombers)
2 in Columbus, Oh
Princeton WVA
Myrtle Beach
Greensboro, NC
Canton-Akron ( when they were in Canton and an Indians farmteam)

College stadiums
Ohio Stadium ( OSU)
Ohio Univ ( saw Big Ben play)
Jacksonville ( for Florida/Georgia)
Davidson College

Also been to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

I actually live closest to Atlanta as far as major league ballparks but never been there.

Dave
 

Gnep31

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263
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Nothing like the Horseshoe in Columbus on a brisk fall day!

King DeWine is still only allowing family, so no games this yr in person :mad:
 

erdoro

Veteran
308
5.00 star(s)
Been to

MLB:
all 3 Cincinnati reds parks
both Cleveland Indians stadiums
last 2 Pittsburgh Pirates stadiums
Wrigley
Miller Park
Skydome
Tropicana Field
Washington Nationals park
( the one that got away was Memorial Stadium in Baltimore where my sons and i were going to a game but my aunt talked us out of it because of the location of the stadium. That night Juan Nieves threw his no-hitter)

Minor league stadiums
2 in Charlotte (NC)
Jacksonville
Hickory
Winston Salem
Carolina ( Zebulon)
Kannapolis
Charleston SC
old stadium Charleston WVA
Columbia, SC ( old stadium when they were the Bombers)
2 in Columbus, Oh
Princeton WVA
Myrtle Beach
Greensboro, NC
Canton-Akron ( when they were in Canton and an Indians farmteam)

College stadiums
Ohio Stadium ( OSU)
Ohio Univ ( saw Big Ben play)
Jacksonville ( for Florida/Georgia)
Davidson College

Also been to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

I actually live closest to Atlanta as far as major league ballparks but never been there.

Dave
One that got away was I had one chance to see the Astrodome and the parking lot was under 6’ of water, couldn’t even get close enough for a picture

never went many milb parks, been to many spring training games in fla and AZ
 

mrmopar

All-Star
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Sadly, considering the amount of time I have liked baseball, combined with my travels (mostly work and Navy, leaving me with little free time for myself), not a lot.

I have personally visited and watched a game from:

Kingdome (Many)
Dodger Stadium (1 game)
Jack Murphy Stadium (1, possible 2, games)
Safeco Field (A handful of games)

Outside of MLB, it's slightly worse.

I saw 1 game at Seattle Center Coliseum, then called Key Arena (Sonics), now called Climate Pledge Arena (WTF?), 1 game at Hec Ed Pavilion (Huskies) and a dozen or so games at Everett Memorial (Aqua Sox - Single A).

I thought it would be fun to see other stadiums when I was younger, but never had time or made it a priority and given the prices for games these days, doubt I will add anymore to the list unless it is with a group and a must see. I just don't value the in person experience anymore.
 
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