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Ballpark Count by State
California: 23
Florida: 19
New York: 16
Arizona: 13
Pennsylvania: 13
Texas: 12
North Carolina: 11
Illinois: 10
Ohio: 9
Tennessee: 9
Virginia: 8
Maryland: 7
Iowa: 6
Michigan: 6
Indiana: 5
New Jersey: 5
Washington: 5
Colorado: 4
Connecticut: 4
Georgia: 4
Kansas: 4
Kentucky: 4
Missouri: 4
Montana: 4
New Mexico: 4
South Carolina: 4
West Virginia: 4
Alabama: 3
Oregon: 3
Utah: 3
Wisconsin: 3
Arkansas: 2
Idaho: 2
Maine: 2
Massachusetts: 2
Minnesota: 2
Mississippi: 2
Nebraska: 2
Nevada: 2
Oklahoma: 2
Delaware: 1
Louisiana: 1
New Hampshire: 1
North Dakota: 1
Rhode Island: 1
South Dakota: 1
Vermont: 1
Alaska: 0
Hawaii: 0
Wyoming: 0

Additionally, ballparks can be found in:
 Ontario: 2
 Quebec: 2
 British Columbia: 1
 Manitoba: 1
 Washington, DC: 1



The Most to Boast
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
Angel Stadium of Anaheim
is one of 23 pro parks found in California, which makes the Golden State the most populated pro ballpark state in 2017.


Top Year for New Ballparks
Prince George's Stadium
Prince George's Stadium
in Bowie, MD was part of the ballpark building boom in the year 1994, when 12 of the 261 ballparks in use for 2017 opened. And to find the most recent year in which none of the current ballparks opened you have to go all the way back to 1986.


Now Independently Used
Kino Stadium in Tucson
The modern era of independent league baseball began in 1993 and has ensured that numerous ballparks were given second-lives since. A case in point is Tucson's Kino Stadium, which previously hosted spring training and Triple-A baseball in Arizona's second biggest city from 1998 through 2013, and became active again thanks to the Pecos League placing a team there in 2016, which was the first time that an independent league team called home what was called Tucson Electric Park for most of its duration as a host to MLB affiliated teams.


Always Independent
UC Health Stadium in Florence
The trend in the 21st century has been to build new ballparks specifically for indy league team use. Pictured above is an example: UC Health Stadium, which opened in 2004 in Florence, KY. It's one of 23 ballparks to have been built since 2000 that are being used by independent league teams in 2017. Five others opened in 1999, which means that just about half (28 of 58) of the ballparks used by teams in the eight currently operating indy leagues debuted within the past 18 years.


Part-Time Park
Warren Ballpark in Bisbee, Arizona
Warren Ballpark in Bisbee, AZ is seeing partial season usage in 2017 with all Sunday home games for the Tucson Saguaros plus three others (13 total) scheduled for the ballpark that is roughly 95 miles from Tucson's Kino Stadium, where the Saguaros of the Pecos League play all their other home games.


States Sans Pro Parks
Mike Lansing Field in Casper, Wyoming
In 2017, three states -- Alaska, Hawaii and Wyoming -- fail to have a professionally-used field. From 2001-11, Wyoming did have a team based in Casper, where Mike Lansing Field (pictured above) hosted a Pioneer League franchise from the ballpark's opening in 2002 until the Casper Ghosts moved to Grand Junction, CO for the 2012 season.

Hawaii was home to a pair of independent league teams as recently as 2013 and last had affiliated ball in 1987, with the aptly named Hawaii Islanders, which was a Triple-A team that began play in 1961.

Alas, Alaska's remoteness has prevented it from ever being home to professional baseball, and thus the state is the only one to never have a pro ballpark.

For the 2017 season, professional baseball is being played in 261 ballparks in 47 states, 4 Canadian provinces and the District of Columbia. The ballpark breakdown is spread across the major leagues (30), affiliated minor leagues (159), and independent leagues (58), with spring training-only stadiums (14) accounting for the balance.

Only ballparks that are permanent homes of pro teams are included in the count, so venues such as Vero Beach's Holman Stadium, which hosts an annual minor league game, are omitted. Exceptions are made for stadiums that host at least 10 games.

In all, there are 26 pro leagues: 2 each make up the majors and MLB spring training, 14 are minor leagues affiliated with the major leagues, and there are 8 independent leagues. The common theme among the leagues is they are domestic-based and charge admission to games.

All information in the 2017 complete pro ballpark list is as accurate as possible. There will always be some discrepancies over some ballpark capacities and opening dates with what you might find in individual cases elsewhere, but team-posted data and Baseball Pilgrimages research provide the basis for the numbers and years listed. The 261 ballparks are grouped on this page by state and the actual city in which a ballpark is located is what's listed for its city.



Alabama
3 ballparks; all minor league (AA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Birmingham Regions Field 2013   8,500 Birmingham Barons (White Sox) Southern/AA
Mobile Hank Aaron Stadium 1997   6,000 Mobile BayBears (Angels) Southern/AA
Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium 2004   7,000 Montgomery Biscuits (Rays) Southern/AA


Alaska
0 ballparks


Arizona
13 ballparks; 1 major league, 10 spring training, 2 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team League/Level
Bisbee Warren Ballpark 1909   3,000 Tucson Saguaros Pecos/Independent
Glendale Camelback Ranch 2009 13,000 Dodgers & White Sox Cactus/Spring Training
Goodyear Goodyear Ballpark 2009 10,311 Indians & Reds Cactus/Spring Training
Mesa Hohokam Stadium 1997 10,000 A's Cactus/Spring Training
Mesa Sloan Park 2014 15,000 Cubs Cactus/Spring Training
Peoria Peoria Sports Complex 1994 12,224 Mariners & Padres Cactus/Spring Training
Phoenix Chase Field 1998 48,633 Arizona Diamondbacks National/MLB
Phoenix Maryvale Baseball Park 1998 10,000 Brewers Cactus/Spring Training
Scottsdale Salt River Fields 2011 11,000 Diamondbacks & Rockies Cactus/Spring Training
Scottsdale Scottsdale Stadium 1992 12,000 Giants Cactus/Spring Training
Surprise Surprise Stadium 2003 10,500 Rangers & Royals Cactus/Spring Training
Tempe Tempe Diablo Stadium 1968   9,558 Angels Cactus/Spring Training
Tucson Kino Stadium 1998 11,000 Tucson Saguaros Pecos/Independent


Arkansas
2 ballparks; both minor league (AA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
North Little Rock Dickey-Stephens Park 2007 7,000 Arkansas Travelers (Mariners) Texas/AA
Springdale Arvest Ballpark 2008 6,500 Northwest Arkansas Naturals (Royals) Texas/AA


California
23 ballparks; 5 major league, 10 minor league (2 AAA, 8 A), 8 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Adelanto Adelanto Stadium 1991   3,808 High Desert Yardbirds Pecos/Independent
Anaheim Angel Stadium 1966 45,050 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim American/MLB
Bakersfield Sam Lynn Ballpark 1941   2,700 Bakersfield Train Robbers Pecos/Independent
California City Balsitis Park Field #3 2017     ? California City Whiptails Pecos/Independent
Fresno Chukchansi Park 2002 12,500 Fresno Grizzlies (Astros) Pacific Coast/AAA
Lake Elsinore Lake Elsinore Diamond 1994   7,866 Lake Elsinore Storm (Padres) California/A
Lancaster The Hangar 1996   4,500 Lancaster JetHawks (Rockies) California/A
Los Angeles Dodger Stadium 1962 56,000 Los Angeles Dodgers National/MLB
Modesto John Thurman Field 1952   4,000 Modesto Nuts (Mariners) California/A
Monterey Sollecito Park   ?     ? Monterey Amberjacks Pecos/Independent
Oakland Oakland Coliseum 1966 35,067 Oakland A's American/MLB
Pittsburg Winter Chevrolet Stadium   ?     ? Pittsburg Diamonds Pacific Assoc./Independent
Rancho Cucamonga LoanMart Field 1993   6,615 R. Cucamonga Quakes (Dodgers) California/A
San Bernardino San Manuel Stadium 1996   5,000 Inland Empire 66ers (Angels) California/A
San Diego Petco Park 2004 42,445 San Diego Padres National/MLB
San Francisco AT&T Park 2000 41,503 San Francisco Giants National/MLB
San Jose Municipal Stadium 1942   5,208 San Jose Giants California/A
San Rafael Albert Park 1950   1,200 San Rafael Pacifics Pacific Assoc./Independent
Sonoma People's Home Equity Ballpark   ?   1,400 Sonoma Stompers Pacific Assoc./Independent
Stockton Banner Island Ballpark 2005   5,200 Stockton Ports (A's) California/A
Vallejo Wilson Park   ?     500 Vallejo Admirals Pacific Assoc./Independent
Visalia Recreation Park 1946   2,468 Visalia Rawhide (D-backs) California/A
West Sacramento Raley Field 2000 14,680 Sacramento River Cats (Giants) Pacific Coast/AAA


Canada
6 ballparks; 1 major league, 1 minor league (Short Season), 4 independent
City/Province Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Ottawa, ON RCGT Park 1993 10,332 Ottawa Champions Can-Am/Independent
Quebec City, QC Stade CANAC 1938   4,800 Quebec Capitales Can-Am/Independent
Toronto, ON Rogers Centre 1989 48,292 Toronto Blue Jays American/MLB
Trois-Rivieres, QC Stade Stereo+ 1938   4,500 Trois-Rivieres Aigles Can-Am/Independent
Vancouver, BC Nat Bailey Stadium 1951   6,500 Vancouver Canadians (Blue Jays) Northwest/Short Season
Winnipeg, MB Shaw Park 1999   7,481 Winnipeg Goldeyes American Assoc./Independent


Colorado
4 ballparks; 1 major league, 2 minor league (1 AAA, 1 Rookie), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Colorado Springs Security Service Field 1988   8,400 Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Brewers) Pacific Coast/AAA
Denver Coors Field 1995 50,398 Colorado Rockies National/MLB
Grand Junction Suplizio Field 1949   7,014 Grand Junction Rockies Pioneer/Rookie
Trinidad Central Park 1960     887 Trinidad Triggers Pecos/Independent


Connecticut
4 ballparks; 2 minor league (1 AA, 1 Short Season), 2 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Bridgeport The Ballpark at Harbor Yard 1998 5,300 Bridgeport Bluefish Atlantic/Independent
Hartford Dunkin' Donuts Park 2017 8,000 Hartford Yard Goats (Rockies) Eastern/AA
New Britain New Britain Stadium 1996 6,146 New Britain Bees Atlantic/Independent
Norwich Dodd Stadium 1995 6,270 Connecticut Tigers NY-Penn/Short Season


Delaware
1 ballpark; minor league (A)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Wilmington Frawley Stadium 1993 6,532 Wilmington Blue Rocks (Royals) Carolina/A


District of Columbia
1 ballpark; major league
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team League/Level
Washington Nationals Park 2008 41,546 Washington Nationals National/MLB


Florida
19 ballparks; 2 major league, 13 minor league (2 AA, 11 A), 13 spring training
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Bradenton LECOM Park 1923   8,500 Pirates
Bradenton Marauders
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Clearwater Spectrum Field 2004   8,500 Phillies
Clearwater Threshers
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Daytona Beach Jackie Robinson Ballpark 1930   4,000 Daytona Tortugas (Reds) Florida State/A
Dunedin Florida Auto Exchange
Stadium
1930   5,509 Blue Jays
Dunedin Blue Jays
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Fort Myers Hammond Stadium 1991   8,730 Twins
Fort Myers Miracle
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Fort Myers JetBlue Park 2012 10,823 Red Sox Grapefruit/Spring Training
Jacksonville Baseball Grounds
of Jacksonville
2003 11,000 Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp
(Marlins)
Southern/AA
Jupiter Roger Dean Stadium 1998   7,000 Cardinals & Marlins
Palm Beach Cardinals
Jupiter Hammerheads
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Florida State/A
Kissimmee Osceola County Stadium 1985   5,300 Florida Fire Frogs (Braves) Florida State/A
Lake Buena Vista Champion Stadium 1997   9,500 Braves Grapefruit/Spring Training
Lakeland Joker Marchant Stadium 1966   9,000 Tigers
Lakeland Flying Tigers
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Miami Marlins Park 2012 37,442 Miami Marlins National/MLB
Pensacola Blue Wahoos Stadium 2012   5,038 Pensacola Blue Wahoos (Reds) Southern/AA
Port Charlotte Charlotte Sports Park 1987   6,823 Rays
Charlotte Stone Crabs
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Port St. Lucie First Data Field 1988   7,160 Mets
St. Lucie Mets
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
Sarasota Ed Smith Stadium 1989   8,500 Orioles Grapefruit/Spring Training
St. Petersburg Tropicana Field 1990 31,042 Tampa Bay Rays American/MLB
Tampa Steinbrenner Field 1996 11,076 Yankees
Tampa Yankees
Grapefruit/Spring Training
Florida State/A
W. Palm Beach Ballpark of the Palm Beaches 2017   7,800 Astros & Nationals Grapefruit/Spring Training


Georgia
4 ballparks; 1 major league, 3 minor league (1 AAA, 2 A)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Atlanta SunTrust Park 2017 41,500 Atlanta Braves National/MLB
Augusta Lake Olmstead Stadium 1995   4,322 Augusta GreenJackets (Giants) South Atlantic/A
Lawrenceville Coolray Field 2009 10,427 Gwinnett Braves International/AAA
Rome State Mutual Stadium 2003   5,100 Rome Braves South Atlantic/A


Hawaii
0 ballparks


Idaho
2 ballparks; both minor league (Short Season & Rookie)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Boise Memorial Stadium 1989 3,426 Boise Hawks (Rockies) Northwest/Short Season
Idaho Falls Melaleuca Field 2007 3,400 Idaho Falls Chukars (Royals) Pioneer/Rookie


Illinois
10 ballparks; 2 major league, 2 minor league (A), 6 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Chicago Guaranteed Rate Field 1991 40,615 Chicago White Sox American/MLB
Chicago Wrigley Field 1914 41,160 Chicago Cubs National/MLB
Crestwood Standard Bank Stadium 1999   3,042 Windy City ThunderBolts Frontier/Independent
Geneva Northwestern Medicine Field 1991   7,400 Kane County Cougars (D-backs) Midwest/A
Joliet Slammers Stadium 2002   6,229 Joliet Slammers Frontier/Independent
Marion Rent One Park 2007   4,500 Southern Illinois Miners Frontier/Independent
Normal The Corn Crib 2010   7,000 Normal CornBelters Frontier/Independent
Peoria Dozer Park 2002   7,500 Peoria Chiefs (Cardinals) Midwest/A
Sauget GCS Ballpark 2002   5,500 Gateway Grizzlies Frontier/Independent
Schaumburg Boomers Stadium 1999   7,365 Schaumburg Boomers Frontier/Independent


Indiana
5 ballparks; 3 minor league (1 AAA, 2 A), 2 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Evansville Bosse Field 1915   5,110 Evansville Otters Frontier/Independent
Fort Wayne Parkview Field 2009   8,100 Fort Wayne TinCaps (Padres) Midwest/A
Gary U.S. Steel Yard 2002   6,139 Gary SouthShore RailCats American Assoc./Independent
Indianapolis Victory Field 1996 14,230 Indianapolis Indians (Pirates) International/AAA
South Bend Four Winds Field 1987   5,000 South Bend Cubs Midwest/A


Iowa
6 ballparks; 5 minor league (1 AAA, 4 A), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Burlington Community Field 1973   3,200 Burlington Bees (Angels) Midwest/A
Cedar Rapids Veterans Memorial Stadium 2002   5,300 Cedar Rapids Kernels (Twins) Midwest/A
Clinton Ashford University Field 1937   4,000 Clinton LumberKings (Mariners) Midwest/A
Davenport Modern Woodmen Park 1931   4,024 Quad Cities River Bandits (Astros) Midwest/A
Des Moines Principal Park 1992 11,500 Iowa Cubs Pacific Coast/AAA
Sioux City Lewis & Clark Park 1993   3,630 Sioux City Explorers American Assoc./Independent


Kansas
4 ballparks; all independent league
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team League/Level
Garden City Clint Lightner Field 1936   ? Garden City Wind Pecos/Independent
Kansas City CommunityAmerica Ballpark 2003 6,537 Kansas City T-Bones American Assoc./Independent
Salina Dean Evans Stadium 1991  800 Salina Stockade American Assoc./Independent
Wichita Lawrence-Dumont Stadium 1934 6,111 Wichita Wingnuts American Assoc./Independent


Kentucky
4 ballparks; 3 minor league (1 AAA, 2 A), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Bowling Green Bowling Green Ballpark 2009   4,559 Bowling Green Hot Rods (Rays) Midwest/A
Florence UC Health Stadium 2004   4,200 Florence Freedom Frontier/Independent
Lexington Whitaker Bank Ballpark 2001   6,994 Lexington Legends (Royals) South Atlantic/A
Louisville Louisville Slugger Field 2000 13,131 Louisville Bats (Reds) International/AAA


Louisiana
1 ballpark; minor league (AAA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Metairie Shrine on Airline 1997 10,000 New Orleans Baby Cakes (Marlins) Pacific Coast/AAA


Maine
2 ballparks; 1 minor league (AA), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Old Orchard Beach The Ballpark 1984 6,000 Old Orchard Beach Surge Empire/Independent
Portland Hadlock Field 1994 7,368 Portland Sea Dogs (Red Sox) Eastern/AA


Maryland
7 ballparks; 1 major league, 5 minor league (1 AA, 3 A, 1 Short Season), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Aberdeen Ripken Stadium 2002   6,300 Aberdeen IronBirds (Orioles) NY-Penn/Short Season
Baltimore Camden Yards 1992 45,971 Baltimore Orioles American/MLB
Bowie Prince George's Stadium 1994 10,000 Bowie Baysox (Orioles) Eastern/AA
Frederick Harry Grove Stadium 1990   5,400 Frederick Keys (Orioles) Carolina/A
Hagerstown Municipal Stadium 1930   4,600 Hagerstown Suns (Nationals) South Atlantic/A
Salisbury Perdue Stadium 1996   5,200 Delmarva Shorebirds (Orioles) South Atlantic/A
Waldorf Regency Furniture Stadium 2008   6,000 Southern Maryland Blue Crabs Atlantic/Independent


Massachusetts
2 ballparks; 1 major league, 1 minor league (Short Season)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Boston Fenway Park 1912 37,493 Boston Red Sox American/MLB
Lowell LeLacheur Park 1998   5,000 Lowell Spinners (Red Sox) NY-Penn/Short Season


Michigan
6 ballparks; 1 major league, 3 minor league (A), 2 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Comstock Park Fifth Third Ballpark 1994   9,684 West Michigan Whitecaps (Tigers) Midwest/A
Detroit Comerica Park 2000 41,681 Detroit Tigers American/MLB
Lansing Cooley Law School Stadium 1996 11,000 Lansing Lugnuts (Blue Jays) Midwest/A
Midland Dow Diamond 2007   5,200 Great Lakes Loons (Dodgers) Midwest/A
Traverse City Wuerfel Park 2006   4,600 Traverse City Beach Bums Frontier/Independent
Utica Jimmy John's Field 2016   4,500 Utica Unicorns United Shore/Independent


Minnesota
2 ballparks; 1 major league, 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team League/Level
Minneapolis Target Field 2010 39,504 Minnesota Twins American/MLB
St. Paul CHS Field 2015   7,210 St. Paul Saints American Assoc./Independent


Mississippi
2 ballparks; both minor league (AA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Biloxi MGM Park 2015 6,076 Biloxi Shuckers (Brewers) Southern/AA
Pearl Trustmark Park 2005 8,480 Mississippi Braves Southern/AA


Missouri
4 ballparks; 2 major league, 1 minor league (AA), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Kansas City Kauffman Stadium 1973 37,903 Kansas City Royals American/MLB
O'Fallon CarShield Field 1999   4,989 River City Rascals Frontier/Independent
Springfield Hammons Field 2004   6,750 Springfield Cardinals Texas/AA
St. Louis Busch Stadium 2006 46,861 St. Louis Cardinals National/MLB


Montana
4 ballparks; all minor league (Rookie)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Billings Dehler Park 2008 3,071 Billings Mustangs (Reds) Pioneer/Rookie
Great Falls Centene Stadium 1941 3,200 Great Falls Voyagers (White Sox) Pioneer/Rookie
Helena Kindrick Legion Field 1932 2,100 Helena Brewers Pioneer/Rookie
Missoula Ogren Park Allegiance Field 2004 3,500 Missoula Osprey (D-backs) Pioneer/Rookie


Nebraska
2 ballparks; 1 minor league (AAA), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Lincoln Haymarket Park 2001 4,500 Lincoln Saltdogs American Assoc./Independent
Papillion Werner Park 2011 9,023 Omaha Storm Chasers (Royals) Pacific Coast/AAA


Nevada
2 ballparks; both minor league (AAA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Las Vegas Cashman Field 1983 9,334 Las Vegas 51s (Mets) Pacific Coast/AAA
Reno Greater Nevada Field 2009 9,013 Reno Aces (D-backs) Pacific Coast/AAA


New Hampshire
1 ballpark; minor league (AA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Manchester Northeast Delta Dental Stadium 2005 7,000 New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays) Eastern/AA


New Jersey
5 ballparks; 2 minor league (1 AA, 1 A), 3 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Augusta Skylands Stadium 1994 4,200 Sussex County Miners Can-Am/Independent
Bridgewater TD Bank Ballpark 1999 6,100 Somerset Patriots Atlantic/Independent
Lakewood FirstEnergy Park 2001 6,588 Lakewood BlueClaws (Phillies) South Atlantic/A
Little Falls Yogi Berra Stadium 1998 3,784 New Jersey Jackals Can-Am/Independent
Trenton Arm & Hammer Park 1994 6,341 Trenton Thunder (Yankees) Eastern/AA


New Mexico
4 ballparks; 1 minor league (AAA), 3 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Alamogordo Aquarium at Griggs Sports Complex   ?   ? White Sands Pupfish Pecos/Independent
Albuquerque Isotopes Park 2003 13,279 Albuquerque Isotopes (Rockies) Pacific Coast/AAA
Roswell Joe Bauman Stadium   ?   ? Roswell Invaders Pecos/Independent
Santa Fe Fort Marcy Park 1947   ? Santa Fe Fuego Pecos/Independent


New York
16 ballparks; 2 major league, 10 minor league (3 AAA, 1 AA, 6 Short Season), 4 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Auburn Falcon Park 1995   2,800 Auburn Doubledays (Nationals) NY-Penn/Short Season
Batavia Dwyer Stadium 1996   2,600 Batavia Muckdogs (Marlins) NY-Penn/Short Season
Binghamton NYSEG Stadium 1992   6,012 Binghamton Rumble Ponies (Mets) Eastern/AA
Bronx Yankee Stadium 2009 49,642 New York Yankees American/MLB
Brooklyn MCU Park 2001   7,500 Brooklyn Cyclones (Mets) NY-Penn/Short Season
Buffalo Coca-Cola Field 1988 17,600 Buffalo Bisons (Blue Jays) International/AAA
Central Islip Bethpage Ballpark 2000   6,002 Long Island Ducks Atlantic/Independent
Flushing Citi Field 2009 41,922 New York Mets National/MLB
Loch Sheldrake Generals Park   ?     500 Sullivan Explorers Empire/Independent
Plattsburgh Chip Cummings Field 2003     500 Plattsburgh RedBirds Empire/Independent
Ramapo Palisades Credit Union Park 2011   4,750 Rockland Boulders Can-Am/Independent
Rochester Frontier Field 1996 10,840 Rochester Red Wings (Twins) International/AAA
Staten Island Richmond County Bank Ballpark 2001   7,171 Staten Island Yankees NY-Penn/Short Season
Syracuse NBT Bank Stadium 1997 11,117 Syracuse Chiefs (Nationals) International/AAA
Troy Joseph L. Bruno Stadium 2002   5,000 Tri-City ValleyCats (Astros) NY-Penn/Short Season
Wappingers Falls Dutchess Stadium 1994   4,494 Hudson Valley Renegades (Rays) NY-Penn/Short Season


North Carolina
11 ballparks; all minor league (2 AAA, 8 A, 1 Rookie)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Asheville McCormick Field 1924   4,000 Asheville Tourists (Rockies) South Atlantic/A
Buies Creek Jim Perry Stadium 2013   2,000 Buies Creek Astros Carolina/A
Burlington Burlington Athletic Stadium 1958   3,500 Burlington Royals Appalachian/Rookie
Charlotte BB&T Ballpark 2014 10,200 Charlotte Knights (White Sox) International/AAA
Durham Durham Bulls Athletic Park 1995 10,000 Durham Bulls (Rays) International/AAA
Greensboro First National Bank Field 2005   7,499 Greensboro Grasshoppers (Marlins) South Atlantic/A
Hickory L.P. Frans Stadium 1993   5,062 Hickory Crawdads (Rangers) South Atlantic/A
Kannapolis Intimidators Stadium 1995   4,700 Kannapolis Intimidators (White Sox) South Atlantic/A
Kinston Grainger Stadium 1949   4,100 Down East Wood Ducks (Rangers) Carolina/A
Winston-Salem BB&T Ballpark 2010   5,500 Winston-Salem Dash (White Sox) Carolina/A
Zebulon Five County Stadium 1991   6,500 Carolina Mudcats (Brewers) Carolina/A


North Dakota
1 ballpark; independent league
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team League/Level
Fargo Newman Outdoor Field 1996 4,513 Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks American Assoc./Independent


Ohio
9 ballparks; 2 major league, 6 minor league (2 AAA, 1 AA, 2 A, 1 Short Season), 1 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Akron Canal Park 1997   9,447 Akron RubberDucks (Indians) Eastern/AA
Avon Sprenger Stadium 2009   5,000 Lake Erie Crushers Frontier/Independent
Cincinnati Great American Ball Park 2003 42,271 Cincinnati Reds National/MLB
Cleveland Progressive Field 1994 35,400 Cleveland Indians American/MLB
Columbus Huntington Park 2009 10,100 Columbus Clippers (Indians) International/AAA
Dayton Fifth Third Field 2000   7,230 Dayton Dragons (Reds) Midwest/A
Eastlake Classic Park 2003   7,273 Lake County Captains (Indians) Midwest/A
Niles Eastwood Field 1999   6,000 Mahoning Valley Scrappers (Indians) NY-Penn/Short Season
Toledo Fifth Third Field 2002   8,943 Toledo Mud Hens (Tigers) International/AAA


Oklahoma
2 ballparks; both minor league (1 AAA, 1 AA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Oklahoma City Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark 1998 9,000 Oklahoma City Dodgers Pacific Coast/AAA
Tulsa ONEOK Field 2010 7,833 Tulsa Drillers (Dodgers) Texas/AA


Oregon
3 ballparks; all minor league (Short Season)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Eugene PK Park 2010 4,000 Eugene Emeralds (Cubs) Northwest/Short Season
Hillsboro Ron Tonkin Field 2013 4,500 Hillsboro Hops (D-backs) Northwest/Short Season
Keizer Volcanoes Stadium 1997 4,252 Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (Giants) Northwest/Short Season


Pennsylvania
13 ballparks; 2 major league, 8 minor league (2 AAA, 4 AA, 2 Short Season), 3 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Allentown Coca-Cola Park 2008 10,100 Lehigh Valley IronPigs (Phillies) International/AAA
Altoona Peoples Natural Gas Field 1999   7,210 Altoona Curve (Pirates) Eastern/AA
Erie UPMC Park 1995   6,000 Erie SeaWolves (Tigers) Eastern/AA
Harrisburg FNB Field 1987   6,300 Harrisburg Senators (Nationals) Eastern/AA
Lancaster Clipper Magazine Stadium 2005   6,000 Lancaster Barnstormers Atlantic/Independent
Moosic PNC Field 1989 10,000 Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (Yankees) International/AAA
Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park 2004 43,651 Philadelphia Phillies National/MLB
Pittsburgh PNC Park 2001 38,362 Pittsburgh Pirates National/MLB
Reading FirstEnergy Stadium 1951   9,000 Reading Fightin Phils (Phillies) Eastern/AA
University Park Medlar Field at Lubrano Park 2006   5,570 State College Spikes (Cardinals) NY-Penn/Short Season
Washington Wild Things Park 2002   3,200 Washington Wild Things Frontier/Independent
Williamsport BB&T Ballpark at
Historic Bowman Field
1926   2,474 Williamsport Crosscutters (Phillies) NY-Penn/Short Season
York PeoplesBank Park 2007   7,312 York Revolution Atlantic/Independent


Rhode Island
1 ballpark; minor league (AAA)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Pawtucket McCoy Stadium 1946 10,031 Pawtucket Red Sox International/AAA


South Carolina
4 ballparks; all minor league (A)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Charleston Riley Park 1997 5,800 Charleston RiverDogs (Yankees) South Atlantic/A
Columbia Spirit Communications Park 2016 8,000 Columbia Fireflies (Mets) South Atlantic/A
Greenville Fluor Field 2006 5,700 Greenville Drive (Red Sox) South Atlantic/A
Myrtle Beach TicketReturn.com Field 1999 5,200 Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Cubs) Carolina/A


South Dakota
1 ballpark; independent league
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team League/Level
Sioux Falls Sioux Falls Stadium 1964 4,462 Sioux Falls Canaries American Assoc./Independent


Tennessee
9 ballparks; all minor league (2 AAA, 3 AA, 4 Rookie)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Chattanooga AT&T Field 2000   6,362 Chattanooga Lookouts (Twins) Southern/AA
Elizabethton Joe O'Brien Field 1974   1,500 Elizabethton Twins Appalachian/Rookie
Greeneville Pioneer Park 2004   3,572 Greeneville Astros Appalachian/Rookie
Jackson The Ballpark at Jackson 1998   6,000 Jackson Generals (D-backs) Southern/AA
Johnson City TVA Credit Union Ballpark 1956   2,500 Johnson City Cardinals Appalachian/Rookie
Kingsport Hunter Wright Stadium 1995   2,500 Kingsport Mets Appalachian/Rookie
Kodak Smokies Stadium 2000   6,000 Tennessee Smokies (Cubs) Southern/AA
Memphis AutoZone Park 2000 10,000 Memphis Redbirds (Cardinals) Pacific Coast/AAA
Nashville First Tennessee Park 2015 10,000 Nashville Sounds (A's) Pacific Coast/AAA


Texas
12 ballparks; 2 major league, 6 minor league (2 AAA, 4 AA), 4 independent
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Alpine Kokernot Field 1947   1,400 Alpine Cowboys Pecos/Independent
Arlington Globe Life Park in Arlington 1994 48,114 Texas Rangers American/MLB
Cleburne The Depot at Cleburne Station 2017   5,000 Cleburne Railroaders American Assoc./Independent
Corpus Christi Whataburger Field 2005   7,500 Corpus Christi Hooks (Astros) Texas/AA
El Paso Southwest University Park 2014   9,500 El Paso Chihuahuas (Padres) Pacific Coast/AAA
Frisco Dr Pepper Ballpark 2003 10,000 Frisco RoughRiders (Rangers) Texas/AA
Grand Prairie AirHogs Stadium 2008   5,445 Texas AirHogs American Assoc./Independent
Houston Minute Maid Park 2000 40,963 Houston Astros American/MLB
Midland Security Bank Ballpark 2002   6,669 Midland RockHounds (A's) Texas/AA
Round Rock Dell Diamond 2000 10,000 Round Rock Express (Rangers) Pacific Coast/AAA
San Antonio Wolff Stadium 1994   6,200 San Antonio Missions (Padres) Texas/AA
Sugar Land Constellation Field 2012   7,500 Sugar Land Skeeters Atlantic/Independent


Utah
3 ballparks; all minor league (1 AAA, 2 Rookie)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Ogden Lindquist Field 1997   6,700 Ogden Raptors (Dodgers) Pioneer/Rookie
Orem Home of the Owlz 2005   4,500 Orem Owlz (Angels) Pioneer/Rookie
Salt Lake City Smith's Ballpark 1994 15,334 Salt Lake Bees (Angels) Pacific Coast/AAA


Vermont
1 ballpark; minor league (Short Season)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Burlington Centennial Field 1922 4,415 Vermont Lake Monsters (A's) NY-Penn/Short Season


Virginia
8 ballparks; all minor league (1 AAA, 1 AA, 3 A, 3 Rookie)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Bristol DeVault Memorial Stadium 1969   2,000 Bristol Pirates Appalachian/Rookie
Danville Legion Field 1993   2,588 Danville Braves Appalachian/Rookie
Lynchburg City Stadium 1939   4,281 Lynchburg Hillcats (Indians) Carolina/A
Norfolk Harbor Park 1993 11,856 Norfolk Tides (Orioles) International/AAA
Pulaski Calfee Park 1935   2,500 Pulaski Yankees Appalachian/Rookie
Richmond The Diamond 1985   9,560 Richmond Flying Squirrels (Giants) Eastern/AA
Salem Haley Toyota Field 1995   6,300 Salem Red Sox Carolina/A
Woodbridge Pfitzner Stadium 1984   6,000 Potomac Nationals Carolina/A


Washington
5 ballparks; 1 major league, 4 minor league (1 AAA, 3 Short Season)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Everett Everett Memorial Stadium 1984   3,682 Everett AquaSox (Mariners) Northwest/Short Season
Pasco Gesa Stadium 1995   3,700 Tri-City Dust Devils (Padres) Northwest/Short Season
Seattle Safeco Field 1999 47,116 Seattle Mariners American/MLB
Spokane Avista Stadium 1958   7,162 Spokane Indians (Rangers) Northwest/Short Season
Tacoma Cheney Stadium 1960   9,600 Tacoma Rainiers (Mariners) Pacific Coast/AAA


West Virginia
4 ballparks; all minor league (1 A, 1 Short Season, 2 Rookie)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Bluefield Bowen Field 1975   2,250 Bluefield Blue Jays Appalachian/Rookie
Charleston Appalachian Power Park 2005   4,500 West Virginia Power (Pirates) South Atlantic/A
Granville Monongalia County Ballpark 2015   2,500 West Virginia Black Bears (Pirates) NY-Penn/Short Season
Princeton Hunnicutt Field 1988   1,950 Princeton Rays Appalachian/Rookie


Wisconsin
3 ballparks; 1 major league, 2 minor league (A)
City Ballpark Name Opened Capacity Home Team (Affiliate) League/Level
Appleton Fox Cities Stadium 1995   5,900 Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Brewers) Midwest/A
Beloit Pohlman Field 1982   3,500 Beloit Snappers (A's) Midwest/A
Milwaukee Miller Park 2001 43,000 Milwaukee Brewers National/MLB


Wyoming
0 ballparks


Joe O'Brien Field in Elizabethton, Tennessee
While the number of active independent league ballparks rises or falls most years, the number of ballparks used by major and minor league teams remains consistent at 189. When you factor in the 14 ballparks that are used for spring training only, that makes the number 203. So consider 203 the number of ballparks to see if you want to see them all, as far as ballparks with ties to MLB teams and their affiliates go, and of those Joe O'Brien Field is the most small, as the Elizabethton, TN ballpark that opened in 1974 can handle crowds of no more than 1,500. You can get an idea of why in the picture above of the tiny place where the Elizabethton Twins play.



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