Minute Maid Park

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Minute Maid Park
Location Houston, Texas
Opened March 30, 2000
Other Names Enron Field (2000-02)
Tenants Houston Astros (2000-present)

Minute Maid Park is a ballpark in Downtown Houston, Texas, which opened in 2000 as the home stadium of the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball (MLB). The ballpark is Houston's first retractable-roofed stadium, and features a natural grass playing field. The ballpark was built as a replacement for the Astrodome, the first domed sports stadium ever built, which opened in 1965.

Teams and Seasons

Season Team League
2001 Houston Astros Major League Baseball

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
Major League Baseball 2000 Houston Astros Program
2001 Houston Astros vs. Texas Rangers Program
2004 Houston Astros Program
Houston Astros vs. St. Louis Cardinals NLCS Program
2005 Houston Astros vs. Atlanta Braves NLDS Program
Houston Astros vs. St. Louis Cardinals NLCS Program
Houston Astros vs. Chicago White Sox World Series Program
2010 Houston Astros Program
2017 Houston Astros vs. Boston Red Sox ALDS Program
Houston Astros vs. New York Yankees ALCS Program
Houston Astros vs. Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Program
2018 Houston Astros vs. Boston Red Sox ALCS Program
2019 Houston Astros vs. New York Yankees ALCS Program
Houston Astros vs. Washington Nationals World Series Program
2021 ALCS (Houston Astros vs. Boston Red Sox) Program
2022 ALCS (Houston Astros vs. New York Yankees) Program

See also

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