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The entrance to the Kansas City Municipal Stadium

Kansas City Municipal Stadium – Muehlebach, Ruppert, and Blues

Kansas City’s Municipal Stadium was the primary sports venue for the city for 50 years. ...
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I Still Can’t Believe They Tore Down Tiger Stadium

From 1896 until 1999, professional baseball was played in Detroit at the corner of Michigan ...
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The Astrodome – “The Eighth Wonder Of The World” – But Not For Long

The Astrodome was the first multi-purpose, domed stadium in the country. Opened in 1965, it ...
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Montreal Stadium – Delorimier Downs

Montreal Stadium was located at the intersection of Rue Ontario and Avenue De Lorimier in ...
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Louisville’s Parkway Field and Cardinal Stadium

Parkway Field was located at the intersection of Eastern Parkway and South Brook Street in ...
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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 ...
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The Uniprix Stadium in the background

Stade Du Parc Jarry, Also Known As Jarry Park Stadium

Jarry Park Stadium was located at 285 Rue Faillon (later renamed Rue Gary-Carter) in Montreal, ...
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A postcard on the Metropolitan Stadium

Bloomington’s Metropolitan Stadium – MIA At The MOA

Metropolitan Stadium was located in Bloomington, Minnesota, 15 miles south of Minneapolis and just south ...
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The entrance to the Nicollet Park

Nicollet Park – Home Of the Minneapolis Millers

Nicollet Park was a minor league ballpark in Minneapolis, Minnesota, located approximately two and one ...
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An aerial view of the Metrodome

Minneapolis Metrodome – Soon To Be A Lost Ballpark

The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is a multi-purpose stadium located at 900 South 5th Street, in ...
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D.C. Stadium – RFK Stadium

RFK Stadium is located at 2400 East Capitol Street in southeast Washington, D.C. The stadium was ...
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The American League Park

Griffith Stadium And The Site Of D.C.’s First Nationals Park

Baseball was played in Washington, D.C., at the intersection of Georgia and Florida Avenues for ...
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