List of Major League Baseball stadiums

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This article provides a listing of all venues used by current and defunct Major League Baseball teams, both regular season and spring training.

Division Franchise Regular Season Venues City Spring Training Venues City
American League
AL East Baltimore Orioles Oriole Park at Camden Yards (1992-present)
Memorial Stadium (1954-91)
Baltimore, Maryland Ed Smith Stadium (1991, 2010-present) Sarasota, Florida
Sportsman's Park (1902-53) St. Louis, Missouri Al Lang Stadium (1947-97) St. Petersburg, Florida
Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Boston, Massachusetts jetBlue Park at Fenway South Fort Myers, Florida
New York Yankees Yankee Stadium Bronx, New York George M. Steinbrenner Field (1996-present) Tampa, Florida
Al Lang Stadium (1947-50, 1952-61) St. Petersburg, Florida
Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, Florida Charlotte Sports Park (2009-present) Port Charlotte, Florida
Al Lang Stadium (1998-2008) St. Petersburg, Florida
Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Centre (1989-present)
Exhibition Stadium (1977-88)
Toronto, Ontario TD Ballpark (1990-present) Dunedin, Florida
AL Central Chicago White Sox Guaranteed Rate Field (1991-present)
Comiskey Park (1910-90)
South Side Park (1900-10)
Chicago, Illinois Camelback Ranch (2009-present) Phoenix, Arizona
Cleveland Indians Progressive Field Cleveland, Ohio Goodyear Ballpark Goodyear, Arizona
Detroit Tigers Comerica Park (2000-present)
Tiger Stadium (1912-1999)
Bennett Park (1901-11)
Detroit, Michigan Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium (1966-present) Lakeland, Florida
Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium Kansas City, Missouri Surprise Stadium (2003-present) Surprise, Arizona
Minnesota Twins Target Field Minneapolis, Minnesota Hammond Stadium Fort Myers, Florida
AL West Houston Astros Minute Maid Park (2000-present)
Astrodome (1965-99)
Colt Stadium (1962-64)
Houston, Texas FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches West Palm Beach, Florida
Los Angeles Angels Angel Stadium (1966–present) Anaheim, California Tempe Diablo Stadium (1993-present) Tempe, Arizona
Dodger Stadium (1962-1965)
Wrigley Field (1961)
Los Angeles, California Angels Stadium (1961-92) Palm Springs, California
Oakland Athletics RingCentral Coliseum Oakland, California Hohokam Stadium (2015-present) Mesa, Arizona
Seattle Mariners T-Mobile Park (1999-present)
Kingdome (1977-99)
Seattle, Washington Peoria Sports Complex (1994-present) Peoria, Arizona
Texas Rangers Globe Life Field Arlington, Texas Surprise Stadium (2003-present) Surprise, Arizona
National League
NL East Atlanta Braves Truist Park Atlanta, Georgia CoolToday Park Venice, Florida
Miami Marlins Marlins Park Miami, Florida Roger Dean Stadium (2003-present) Jupiter, Florida
New York Mets Citi Field Flushing, Queens, New York Clover Park (1988-present) Port St. Lucie, Florida
Shea Stadium (1964-2008) Al Lang Stadium (1962-87) St. Petersburg, Florida
Polo Grounds (1962-63) Manhattan, New York
Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park (2004-present) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania BayCare Ballpark (2004-present) Clearwater, Florida
Washington Nationals Nationals Park Washington, D.C. FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches West Palm Beach, Florida
NL Central Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field (1916-present)
West Side Park (1885-91, 1894-1915)
Chicago, Illinois Sloan Park (2014-present)
Dwight W. Patterson Field at HoHoKam Park (1997-2013)
Mesa, Arizona
Cincinnati Reds Great American Ball Park (2003-present)
Cinergy Field (1970-2002)
Crosley Field (1912-70)
Palace of the Fans (1902-11)
League Park (II) (1894-1901)
League Park (I) (1884-93)
Bank Street
Cincinnati, Ohio Goodyear Ballpark (2010-present) Goodyear, Arizona
Ed Smith Stadium (1998-2009) Sarasota, Florida
Plant City Stadium (1988-97) Plant City, Florida
Al Lopez Field (1960-87)
Plant Field (1930-59)
Tampa, Florida
Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park (2001-present) Milwaukee, Wisconsin American Family Fields of Phoenix (1998-present) Phoenix, Arizona
Sick's Stadium (1969) Seattle, Washington
Pittsburgh Pirates PNC Park Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania LECOM Park Bradenton, Florida
St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium (2006-present)
Sportsman's Park (1920-66)
St. Louis, Missouri Roger Dean Stadium (1998-present) Jupiter, Florida
Al Lang Stadium (1947-97) St. Petersburg, Florida
NL West Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field Phoenix, Arizona Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Scottsdale, Arizona
Colorado Rockies Coors Field Denver, Colorado Salt River Fields at Talking Stick Scottsdale, Arizona
Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium (1961-present)
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (1958-61)
Los Angeles, California Camelback Ranch (2009-present) Phoenix, Arizona
Holman Stadium (1949-2008) Vero Beach, Florida
San Diego Padres Petco Park (2004-present)
Qualcomm Stadium (1969-2003)
San Diego, California Peoria Sports Complex (1994-present) Peoria, Arizona
San Francisco Giants Oracle Park (2000-present)
Candlestick Park (1960-99)
Seals Stadium (1958-59)
San Francisco, California Scottsdale Stadium (1984-present) Scottsdale, Arizona
Polo Grounds III (1891-1957)
Hilltop Park (1911)
Polo Grounds II (1889-90)
St. George Cricket Grounds (1889)
Oakland Park (1889)
Polo Grounds I (1883-88)
New York City, New York Al Lang Stadium (1951) St. Petersburg, Florida
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Major League Baseball (2021)
American League East Central West
Baltimore Orioles (Oriole Park at Camden Yards)
Boston Red Sox (Fenway Park)
New York Yankees (Yankee Stadium)
Tampa Bay Rays (Tropicana Field)
Toronto Blue Jays (Rogers Centre)
Chicago White Sox (Guaranteed Rate Field)
Cleveland Indians (Progressive Field)
Detroit Tigers (Comerica Park)
Kansas City Royals (Kauffman Stadium)
Minnesota Twins (Target Field)
Houston Astros (Minute Maid Park)
Los Angeles Angels (Angel Stadium)
Oakland Athletics (RingCentral Coliseum)
Seattle Mariners (T-Mobile Park)
Texas Rangers (Globe Life Field)
National League East Central West
Atlanta Braves (Truist Park)
Miami Marlins (Marlins Park)
New York Mets (Citi Field)
Philadelphia Phillies (Citizens Bank Park)
Washington Nationals (Nationals Park)
Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field)
Cincinnati Reds (Great American Ball Park)
Milwaukee Brewers (Miller Park)
Pittsburgh Pirates (PNC Park)
St. Louis Cardinals (Busch Stadium)
Arizona Diamondbacks (Chase Field)
Colorado Rockies (Coors Field)
Los Angeles Dodgers (Dodger Stadium)
San Diego Padres (Petco Park)
San Francisco Giants (Oracle Park)
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