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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #75 on: July 31, 2020, 11:07:56 PM »

Miller Park is still Miller Park.  Next year is the year of the name change.
I thought the name change happened already. Thanks for the clarification.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #76 on: August 09, 2020, 11:58:57 PM »

NFL: Paul Brown Stadium (CIN), Lucas Oil Stadium (IND) (watching state marching band championship, something I would recommend)

MLB: Wrigley Field (CHC), Great American Ballpark (CIN), Nationals Park (WSH)

MiLB: Isotopes Park (ABQ), Louisville Slugger Field (LVL), Parkview Field (FW), Appalachian Power Park (WV)

NBA/NHL: none

G League/Minor League Hockey: Allen County War Memorial Coliseum (FW)

NCAA: Joan C Edwards Stadium (Marshall), Ross-Ade Stadium (Purdue), Mackey Arena (Purdue), Scheumann Stadium (Ball State)

Driven By and Seen from Outside: Talladega Superspeedway, Texas Motor Speedway, Bowling Green Basketball Arena, KFC Yum Center (Louisville, anyone who's driven on the new bridge has seen it, and Papa John's Stadium), Davis Wade Stadium (Miss State), Bryant Denny Stadium (Alabama), WVU Coliseum (seen from NB I-79), and more that I can't remember at this time
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #77 on: February 17, 2021, 09:08:30 PM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #78 on: February 17, 2021, 10:49:40 PM »

Stadiums I have visited:

PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA
Heinz Field - Pittsburgh, PA
PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh, PA
Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
Progressive Field - Cleveland, OH
Wild Things Park - Washington, PA (Washington Wild Things - Frontier League baseball)
Veterans Memorial Arena - Jacksonville, FL
*Three Rivers Stadium - Pittsburgh, PA
*Civic Arena - Pittsburgh, PA

Driven/walked past and seen from outside:

Rocket Mortgage Field House - Cleveland, OH
FirstEnergy Stadium - Cleveland, OH
Beaver Stadium, Bryce Jordan Center and Medlar Field at Lubrano Park - State College, PA
Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY
Yankee Stadium - New York, NY
Peterson Events Center - Pittsburgh, PA
*Pitt Stadium - Pittsburgh, PA
Lincoln Financial Field and Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, PA
Giant Center - Hershey, PA
M&T Bank Stadium - Baltimore, MD
PNG Field - Altoona, PA
Mountaineer Field and WVU Coliseum - Morgantown, WV
Wesbanco Arena - Wheeling, WV
Bank of America Stadium - Charlotte, NC
TIAA Bank Field and 121 Financial Ballpark - Jacksonville, FL
Lumen Field and T-Mobile Park - Seattle, WA
Tacoma Dome - Tacoma, WA
Rogers Centre and Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, ON
KeyBank Center - Buffalo, NY



* denotes former venues
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #79 on: February 18, 2021, 07:10:56 AM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.

When did you see a game at Globe Life Field in Arlington?
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #80 on: February 18, 2021, 07:51:17 AM »

Fenway Park-Boston
MassMutual Center-Springfield

XL Center-Hartford
Dunkin Donuts Park-Hartford
New Britain Stadium-New Britain
Dodd Stadium-Norwich

Yankee Stadium 1923 and 2009-Bronx
Citi Field-Queens

Oriole Park at Camden Yards-Baltimore
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #81 on: February 18, 2021, 08:54:06 AM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.

When did you see a game at Globe Life Field in Arlington?

Is that one in Arlington new?? I guess Iíll need to add it.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #82 on: February 26, 2021, 12:13:51 AM »

Oakland coliseum and the Golden one center are the places I been to.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #83 on: February 26, 2021, 07:30:35 AM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.

When did you see a game at Globe Life Field in Arlington?

Is that one in Arlington new?? I guess Iíll need to add it.

Yes, it opened in 2020. Unless you went to the NLCS or World Series, you haven't seen a game there.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #84 on: February 26, 2021, 07:52:14 AM »

Both the Braves and Rangers had new stadiums built in the 90's and both have already been replaced. Granted the Braves stadium was built for the 1996 Olympics but it was configured for the Braves the following season and wasn't very old. The Rangers ballpark they abandoned wasn't even 30 years old.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #85 on: February 26, 2021, 08:43:23 AM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.

When did you see a game at Globe Life Field in Arlington?

Is that one in Arlington new?? I guess Iíll need to add it.

Yes, it opened in 2020. Unless you went to the NLCS or World Series, you haven't seen a game there.

Looks like Iíll need to revisit Arlington. I wasnít aware. The previous one didnít seem too old, and from what Iíve read here, it wasnít.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #86 on: February 26, 2021, 09:39:08 AM »

MLB
Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN
Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO
Coors Field, Denver, CO
Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL
SkyDome, Toronto, ON
(Old) Yankee Stadium, New York, NY
Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Safeco Field, Seattle, WA
Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

Minor League Baseball
Shrine on Airline, New Orleans, LA
Louisville Slugger Stadium, Louisville, KY
121 Financial Ballpark, Jacksonville, FL

College Baseball
Rosenblatt Stadium, Omaha, NE

NFL
Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN
Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO
TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL
Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, MO
NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
Lumen Field, Seattle, WA
Empower Field, Denver, CO

College Football
Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, CO
Falcon Stadium, Colorado Springs, CO
TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL
Memorial Field, Lawrence, KS
Tropicana Bowl, Orlando, FL
Ryan Field, Evanston, IL

NBA
Target Center, Minneapolis, MN
McNichols Arena, Denver, CO
Bell Center, Denver, CO

College Basketball
Williams Arena, Minneapolis, MN
Moby Arena, Fort Collins, CO
Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO
T-Mobile Arena, Kansas City, MO

NHL
McNichols Arena, Denver, CO
Bell Center, Denver, CO

MLS
Arrowhead Field, Kansas City, MO
Legends Field, Kansas City, KS
Children's Mercy Park, Kansas City, KS
Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Denver, CO

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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #87 on: February 26, 2021, 11:49:10 AM »

I just find it funny that the Rangers previous ballpark was built during the era where they were building retro classic ballparks instead of the cookie cutters from the 60's-80's and that they didn't address the issue of playing in hot weather in Texas in the summer by putting a retractable roof on the stadium that opened in 1994.

The Braves ballpark, they whined because of the location of the stadium. Not real easily accessible via Atlanta's transit system and built around a parking lot that sat on the former Fulton County Stadium site so even though it was in the center of Atlanta it wasn't the easiest ballpark to access. Now they built a new ballpark near I-75 and I-285 on the north side of Atlanta which is easier accessible but still don't see the reason to leave a fairly new ballpark.

Maybe the Tigers can get a new stadium built soon, Comerica Park is over 20 years old and I have never liked Comerica Park since day one. One reason is that it's too spread out and some of the sightlines are terrible and last but not least it replaced Tiger Stadium, the Tigers real ballpark. A newer ballpark that I think is really nice, fits in with it's surroundings nice and is an overall nice ballpark to see a baseball game in and that's Progressive Field in Cleveland. Not many bad seats at that ballpark.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #88 on: February 28, 2021, 10:30:08 AM »

The Braves ballpark, they whined because of the location of the stadium. Not real easily accessible via Atlanta's transit system and built around a parking lot that sat on the former Fulton County Stadium site so even though it was in the center of Atlanta it wasn't the easiest ballpark to access. Now they built a new ballpark near I-75 and I-285 on the north side of Atlanta which is easier accessible but still don't see the reason to leave a fairly new ballpark.

The new location is even worse for transit accessibility. Mostly because Cobb County has a bunch of NIMBYs who want nothing to do with MARTA. If you’re coming from downtown, getting up there via public transit requires two bus transfers from the rail line.

The Braves did not move because of the stadium location. They moved because their stadium needed some upgrades and Atlanta city officials weren’t about to give them a bunch of money to do it (even as they funded Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the Falcons, who consistently do worse in their league than the Braves). But Cobb County was...and that’s where they went. It just so happened that the majority of season ticket holders lived in the north and northwest suburbs, which it seems was only used to justify the move after it was a done deal.

The Braves lost a huge chunk of their fan base on the south and east sides of the metro. Indeed, attendance at SunTrust/Truist is well below what it was at Turner.

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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #89 on: February 28, 2021, 11:05:44 AM »

The Braves ballpark, they whined because of the location of the stadium. Not real easily accessible via Atlanta's transit system and built around a parking lot that sat on the former Fulton County Stadium site so even though it was in the center of Atlanta it wasn't the easiest ballpark to access. Now they built a new ballpark near I-75 and I-285 on the north side of Atlanta which is easier accessible but still don't see the reason to leave a fairly new ballpark.

The new location is even worse for transit accessibility. Mostly because Cobb County has a bunch of NIMBYs who want nothing to do with MARTA. If youíre coming from downtown, getting up there via public transit requires two bus transfers from the rail line.

The Braves did not move because of the stadium location. They moved because their stadium needed some upgrades and Atlanta city officials werenít about to give them a bunch of money to do it (even as they funded Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the Falcons, who consistently do worse in their league than the Braves). But Cobb County was...and thatís where they went. It just so happened that the majority of season ticket holders lived in the north and northwest suburbs, which it seems was only used to justify the move after it was a done deal.

The Braves lost a huge chunk of their fan base on the south and east sides of the metro. Indeed, attendance at SunTrust/Truist is well below what it was at Turner.

Sounds similar to the Chargers leaving San Diego. The city didn't want to build a new stadium, despite the Padres, arguably worse in their league until recently, had the newer Petco Park....which I'm sure Gaslamp businesses love. Anyway....

I recall hearing that they also justified the move saying a large portion of the Chargers fan base was in the Inland Empire, OC, and LA area so away they went.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #90 on: March 18, 2021, 06:58:10 PM »

MLB:
Comiskey Park I, Chicago IL (Chicago White Sox)
Comiskey Park II (now Guaranteed Rate Field), Chicago IL (Chicago White Sox)
Wrigley Field, Chicago IL (Chicago Cubs)
Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee WI (Milwaukee Brewers)
Fenway Park, Boston MA (Boston Red Sox)
Candlestick Park, San Francisco CA  (San Francisco Giants)
BankOne Ballpark/Chase Field, Phoenix AZ (Arizona Diamondbacks)
Tempe Diablo Stadium, Tempe AZ (Spring training home of the LA Angels)

MiLB (I'll have to go just with team and city here -- the ballpark names escape me, and probably have been renamed anyway):
Kane County Cougars, Geneva IL
San Jose Giants, San Jose CA
Phoenix Firebirds, Scottsdale AZ

NFL:
Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe AZ (Arizona Cardinals)

College Football:
Memorial Stadium, Bloomington IN (Indiana Hoosiers)
O.R. Latham Stadium, Cedar Falls IA (Northern Iowa Panthers)
Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe AZ (Arizona State Sun Devils)
Riggs Stadium, Mesa AZ (Mesa CC Thunderbirds)

College Basketball:
Assembly Hall (now Simon Skjott Assy Hall), Bloomington IN (Indiana Hoosiers)
IU Fieldhouse (now Gladstein Fieldhouse), Bloomington IN (Indiana Hoosiers)


MLB:
Milwaukee County Stadium and Miller Park (Milwaukee Brewers)
Wrigley Field, Chicago IL (Chicago Cubs)
PNC Park(Pittsburgh Pirates)
Great American Ballpark(Cincinnati Reds)
Busch Stadium II(St. Louis Cardinals)
Dolphins Stadium(Then Florida, now Miami Marlins)
Shea Stadium(Mets)
Comiskey Park II (now Guaranteed Rate Field), Chicago IL (Chicago White Sox)
Comerica Park(Detroit Tigers)
Progressive Field(Cleveland Indians)
Kauffman Stadium(Kansas City Royals)
Metrodome and Target Field(Minnesota Twins)
Yankee Stadium(New York Yankees)ÖÖ..this was in 2007 so however you classify the House they Ruth built with it's 70's renovations
Tropicana Field(Tampa Bay Rays, at time of watching was Devil Rays)
Roger's Centre(Toronto Blue Jays)
Minute Maid Park(Houston Astros)
Ballpark in Arlington(Texas Rangers)

MiLB:
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Appleton, WI) currently Brewers A-Ball affiliate


NFL:
Lambeau Field(Green Bay Packers)
Metrodome(Minnesota Vikings)
RCA Dome(Indianapolis Colts)
AT&T Stadium(Dallas Cowboys)

College Football:
Camp Randall(Wisconsin Badgers)
Memorial Stadium(Illinois Fighting Illini)

College Basketball:
Brown County Arena and Resch Center(Green Bay Phoenix)
Kohn Center and UW Fieldhouse(Wisconsin Badgers)
Hinkle Fieldhouse(Butler Bulldogs)

NBA:
Bradley Center(Milwaukee Bucks)

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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #91 on: March 18, 2021, 07:02:58 PM »

For neutral site games saw Marquette vs Southern Miss at Resch Center, saw UW vs LSU at Lambeau Field
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #92 on: April 22, 2021, 04:50:08 PM »

Note that this is organized by when I attended a game at a specific facility, so some entries (especially with MiLB sites) may seem off when it comes to venue name or a team's level of play.

MLB
Nationals Park
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Oracle Park
Kauffman Stadium
RFK Stadium
Turner Field

MiLB
AAA
NBT Bank Stadium (Syracuse Chiefs)
BB&T Ballpark (Charlotte Knights, AAA All-Star Game)
Durhmam Bulls Athletic Park (Durham Bulls)
Harbor Park (Norfolk Tides)
Coca-Cola Park (Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs)

AA
FNB Field (Harrisburg Senators)
Prince George's Stadium (Bowie Baysox)
Northeast Delta Dental Stadium (New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Eastern League All-Star Game)
The Diamond (Richmond Flying Squirrels)

High-A
Pfitzner Stadium (Potomac Nationals)
Falwell Field (Lynchburg Hillcats)
Frawley Stadium (Wilmington Blue Rocks)
Salem Memorial Ballpark (Salem Red Sox)
Harry Grove Stadium (Frederick Keys, former)
Five County Stadium (Carolina Mudcats)
Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium (Jupiter Hammerheads/Palm Beach Cardinals, Florida State League All-Star Game)

Low-A
Municipal Stadium (Hagerstown Suns)
Perdue Stadium (Delmarva Shorebirds)
Whitaker Bank Ballpark (Lexington Legends, South Atlantic League All-Star Game)
First Energy Park (Lakewood BlueClaws)
Monongalia County Ballpark (West Virginia Black Bears)

Short Season-A
Falcon Park (Auburn Doubledays)
Lubrano Park (State College Spikes)
Ripken Stadium (Aberdeen Ironbirds, New York-Penn League All-Star Game)

NBA / NHL
Capital One Arena
Capital Centre
Phillips Arena

College BB
Convocation Center (James Madison University)
Capital One Arena (Georgetown)
McDonough Gymnasium (Georgetown [occasional use])
Capital Centre (Georgetown)
Patriot Center (George Mason University)
Robin Center (Richmond University)
SECU Arena (Towson)
Towson Center (Towson)
Kaplan Arena (William & Mary)
Alumni Gym (Elon)
Daskalakis Athletic Center (Drexel)
Trask Coliseum (UNC-Wilmington)
Siegel Center (Virginia Commonwealth)
Constant Convocation Center (Old Dominion)
Bender Arena (American)
Alumni Hall (US Naval Academy)
Memorial Gymnasium (Vanderbilt)
Smith Center (George Washington University)
Continental Airline Arena / Meadowlands (Seton Hall)
Rutgers Athletic Center (Rutgers)
Georgia Dome (2004 NCAA Women's Final Four)
Richmond Coliseum (CAA Tournament)
Show Place Arena (Women's CAA Tournament)

College FB
Bridgeforth Stadium (James Madison University)
Toyota Stadium (San Antonio FC, 2016 NCAA FCS Championship, JMU over Youngstown State)
Zable Stadium (William & Mary)
Villanova Stadium (Villanova)
Williams Stadium (Liberty University)
Johnny Unitas Stadium (Towson)
FedEx Field
RFK Stadium

Others
LaValle Stadium (Stony Brook, 2018 NCAA WLAX Championship, JMU over Boston College)
Veterans Memorial Stadium Complex (JMU, baseball and softball)
Long Field/Mauck Stadium (JMU, baseball, former)
Royal Farms Arena (Baltimore Blast)
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #93 on: April 24, 2021, 03:41:57 PM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.
I've been to 2/3 of those...Nats Park and Great American

My MLB parks list isn't that long (listed earlier in the thread), but I made it a point to get all the NL Central parks clinched - Great American was the straggler for a while
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #94 on: April 30, 2021, 01:53:34 PM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.
I've been to 2/3 of those...Nats Park and Great American

My MLB parks list isn't that long (listed earlier in the thread), but I made it a point to get all the NL Central parks clinched - Great American was the straggler for a while

Have you been to the Rangers' new digs?  I wasn't aware until this thread that they got a new one, and I don't think they had any fans there last season for the inaugural, much like where the Raiders play now.
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #95 on: May 26, 2021, 12:40:06 PM »

Major League Baseball:
Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati Reds)
Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati Reds)
Cleveland Stadium (Cleveland Indians)
Jacobs Field (Cleveland Indians)
Skydome (Toronto Blue Jays)
Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)
Miller Park (Milwaukee Brewers)
Fulton County Stadium (Atlanta Braves)
Current Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees)
Old Busch Stadium (St. Louis Cardinals)

College Football:
Nippert Stadium (Cincinnati Bearcats, but I went there for some high school games)

College Basketball:
Cincinnati Gardens (Xavier Musketeers)
Cintas Center (Xavier Musketeers-went there to get my COVID vaccine)

Other:
Riverfront Coliseum/US Bank Arena (Cincinnati-attended various events)
Allstate Arena (Chicago-attended for WWE)
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #96 on: May 26, 2021, 02:28:55 PM »

Iíve got only three stadiums in MLB to visit before Iíve visited them all.

The Braves new stadium.

Great American Ballpark in Cincy

The stadium the Nationals play at.
I've been to 2/3 of those...Nats Park and Great American

My MLB parks list isn't that long (listed earlier in the thread), but I made it a point to get all the NL Central parks clinched - Great American was the straggler for a while

Have you been to the Rangers' new digs?  I wasn't aware until this thread that they got a new one, and I don't think they had any fans there last season for the inaugural, much like where the Raiders play now.

From tv their new place looks to be sweet.  I liked the Ballpark in Arlington(what I call it) but the fact that stadium wasn't domed is why it was replaced. Ballpark in Arlington was a perfectly fine ballpark
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #97 on: July 14, 2021, 04:38:16 PM »

Preemptive shrug at hastily going with the name I'm most familiar with the venue as and assuredly getting a handful of sponsors wrong.


MLB

Active:
Citi Field (New York Mets)
Truist Park (Atlanta Braves)
Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies)
Nationals Park (Washington Nationals)
PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Wrigley Field (Chicago Cubs)
Miller Park (Milwaukee Brewers)
Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati Reds)
Busch Stadium (St. Louis Cardinals)
Coors Field (Colorado Rockies)
Pac Bell Park (San Francisco Giants)
Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox)
Skydome/Rogers Centre (Toronto Blue Jays)
Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles)
Jacobs Field (Cleveland Indians)
U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago White Sox)
Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers)
Target Field (Minnesota Twins)
Safeco Field (Seattle Mariners)

Defunct:
Three Rivers Stadium (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Veterans Stadium (Philadelphia Phillies)
Metrodome (Minnesota Twins)


MiLB

Currently affiliated:
Huntington Park (Columbus Clippers)
Victory Field (Indianapolis Indians)
Louisville Slugger Field (Louisville Bats)
Fifth Third Field (Toledo Mud Hens)
Coca-Cola Park (Lehigh Valley IronPigs)
PNC Field (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders)
First Tennessee Park (Nashville Sounds)
Harbor Park (Norfolk Tides)
Canal Park (Akron RubberDucks)
Blair County Ballpark (Altoona Curve)
Prince George's Stadium (Bowie Baysox)
FNB Field (Harrisburg Senators)
The Diamond (Richmond Flying Squirrels)
Dickey-Stephens Park (Arkansas Travelers)
Ripken Stadium (Aberdeen Ironbirds)
MCU Park (Brooklyn Cyclones)
FirstEnergy Park (Lakewood BlueClaws)
Perdue Stadium (Delmarva Shorebirds)

Affiliated when I saw them, but no longer are:
Appalachian Power Park (West Virginia Power)
Monongalia County Ballpark (Morgantown Black Bears)
Whitaker Bank Ballpark (Lexington Legends)
Municipal Stadium (Hagerstown Suns)
Harry Grove Stadium (Frederick Keys)
Trenton Thunder Ballpark (Trenton Thunder)

Unaffiliated:
Midway Stadium (defunct) (St. Paul Saints)
Point Stadium (defunct) (Johnstown Johnnies)
V.A. Memorial Stadium (Chillicothe Paints)
Wild Things Park (Washington Wild Things)


NFL
Heinz Field (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Browns Stadium (Cleveland Browns)
M&T Stadium (Baltimore Ravens)
Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots)


NHL
Civic Arena (defunct) (Pittsburgh Penguins)
Consol Energy Center (Pittsburgh Penguins)
TD Garden (Boston Bruins)


NBA
TD Garden (Boston Celtics)


MLS
RFK Stadium (defunct) (DC United)
Audi Field (DC United)
Gillette Stadium (New England Revolution)
Toyota Park (defunct for MLS) (Chicago Fire)
Talen Energy Stadium (Philadelphia Union)


USL
Highmark Stadium (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
Bearcat Stadium (defunct) (Cleveland City Stars)


Other professional soccer
White Hart Lane (Tottenham Hotspur)
Wembley (Tottenham Hotspur)
Stade de Geneve (Servette FC)


NCAA Football
Pitt Stadium (defunct) (U. of Pittsburgh)
Heinz Field (U. of Pittsburgh)
Glass Bowl (U. of Toledo)
Dix Stadium (Kent State U.)
Sun Bowl (n/a - multiple Sun Bowl games)


NCAA Basketball
Fitzgerald Field House (defunct) (U. of Pittsburgh)
Petersen Events Center (U. of Pittsburgh)
Palumbo Center (Duquesne U.)
Matthews Arena (Northeastern U.) - hockey as well
MACC (Kent State U.)
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #98 on: July 14, 2021, 05:08:46 PM »


NBA
TD Garden (Boston Bruins)

Did the Celtics change their name? :bigass:
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Re: What stadiums have you visited?
« Reply #99 on: July 14, 2021, 05:51:20 PM »


NBA
TD Garden (Boston Bruins)

Did the Celtics change their name? :bigass:

Good catch  ;-)

 


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