Maryland Ballparks

A Drive Around Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium

In February 2001, the City of Baltimore began demolition of Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium. A fight over what to do with the ...
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The Six Different Ballparks Known As Oriole Park

Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, is considered by some to be one of the most beautiful ballparks ...
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Baltimore’s Ballparks Found – Aerial Photos of Baltimore’s Lost Ballparks

One of the more significant “unknowns” concerning Baltimore’ s lost ballparks has been the exact, former location of Maryland Baseball ...
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Westport Stadium – Baltimore’s Last Negro League Ballpark

Westport Stadium was Baltimore’s last Negro League ballpark. Located in Westport, a Baltimore neighborhood just south of the intersection of ...
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Bugle Field – Home of the Baltimore Elite Giants

Bugle Field was located in East Baltimore at the intersection of Federal Street and Edison Highway, just a few blocks ...
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Searching For The Baltimore Black Sox’s Lost Ballparks

Just south of Camden Yards are two historic baseball sites, the exact location of which was unknown until November 2013. ...
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Walter Johnson: The Montgomery County Farmer Who Could Also Pitch

Walter Johnson was arguably the greatest pitcher of all time. He played his entire major league career for the Washington ...
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Lonaconing’s Own Lefty Grove

Robert Moses “Lefty” Grove was one of the greatest left-handed pitchers of all time. He spent his 17 year major ...
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Baltimore’s Other Major League Ballfield – Terrapin Park Oriole Park

Terrapin Park (later known as Oriole Park (V)) was home to the Federal League Baltimore Terrapins in 1914 and 1915, ...
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Baltimore’s First American League Park – Original Home of the Future New York Yankees

The southwest corner of East 29th Street and Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland, is the site of two former major ...
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