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Rediscover Forgotten Ballparks Through My Blog

The Vet – Veterans Stadium

Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia was home to the National League Phillies from 1971 until 2003. ...
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Comiskey Park The First

Comiskey Park, located on Chicago’s South Side, was home to the Chicago White Sox for ...
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The Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers Stadium

Three Rivers Stadium, home to the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1970 through 2000, was located in ...
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Le Stade Olympique

Built to host the 1976 Summer Olympics, Le Stade Olympique, or Olympic Stadium, was the ...
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Meet the Old Busch

Opened in 1966, the former home of the St. Louis Cardinals originally was known as ...
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Crosley Field and the Corner of Findlay and Western

The corner of Findlay Street and Western Avenue hosted professional baseball from 1884 until June ...
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The Cinergy of Riverfront Stadium

Riverfront Stadium was home to the Cincinnati Reds from June 1970, through the end of ...
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Honus Wagner House

Most people in the United States know John Peter “Honus” Wagner as the player whose ...
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Braves Field and Boston University

Braves Field was the second home of the National League Boston Braves. Previously having played at ...
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Fulton County Stadium Makes A Great Parking Lot – For Now

Atlanta/Fulton County Stadium was the fourth home of the National League Braves and the first in ...
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Shibe Park and the Church of Baseball

Shibe Park (later known as Connie Mack Stadium) was home to both the Philadelphia Phillies ...
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Baker Bowl

The Philadelphia Phillies called the Baker Bowl their home from 1887 to 1938. The Philadelphia ...
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