Major League Baseball
Team Name Stadium (Year it Opened) City Established
Boston Red Sox Fenway Park (1912) Boston, MA 1901
New York Yankees Yankee Stadium (2009) Bronx, New York, NY 1901
Baltimore Orioles Oriole Park at Camden Yards (1989) Baltimore, MD 1894
Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Center (1989) Toronto, ON, Canada 1977
Miami Marlins Marlins Park (2012) Miami, FL 1993**
Chicago White Sox US Celluar Field (1991) Chicago. iL 1894
Cleveland Indians Progressive Field (1991) Cleveland, OH 1894
Detroit Tigers Comercia Park (1999) Detroit, MI 1894
Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium (1974) Kansas City, MO 1969
Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park (2000) Milwaukee, WI 1970***
Minnesota Twins Target Field (2010) Minneapolis, MO 1961***
Colorado Rockies Coors Field (1995) Denver, CO 1993**
Anahiem Angels**** New Angels Stadium (2019) Anahiem, CA 1961
Seattle Mariners Safeco Field (2001) Seattle, WA 1969***
Texas Rangers Globe Life Park in Arlington Arlington, TX 1970***
New York Mets Shea Stadium (2022)* Queens, New York, NY 1962
Philadelphia Phillies  Citizens Bank Park (2003) Philadelphia, PA 1883
Washington Nationals Nationals Park (2008) Washington, D.C. 2005***
Atlanta Braves SunTrust Park (2017) Cumberland, GA 1871
Pittsburgh Pirates PNC Park (2001)

Pittsburgh, PA

Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field (1914) Chicago, IL  1870
Cincinnati Reds Great American Ballpark (2003) Cincinnati, OH 1882
Houston Astros Minute Maid Park (2001) Houston, TX 1962**
St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium (2006) St. Louis, MO 1882
Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field (1998) Phoenix, AZ 1998
San Deigo Padres Petco Park (2003) San Deigo, CA 1969
Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium (1961) Los Angeles, CA 1958***
San Francisco Giants AT&T Park (2001) San Francisco, CA 1958***
Oakland Athletics Atheltics Ballpark (2021) Portland, OR 1901
Montreal Expos Expos Stadium (2019) Montreal, Quebec, CA 1969***
San Antonio Missions Wolfe Stadium (1994) San Antonio, TX 2020*****
Charlotte Knights Charlotte Stadium (2020) Charlotte, NC 2020*****


  • The Montreal Expos were re-instated when the Rays relocated there in 2017 and agreed to take on the Expos name, history, colors, logos, uniforms, records etc.. and relinquish the Rays "identity". The Rays are currently in a state of Suspended Operations.
  • The Marlins and Rays/Expos Switched Leagues and Divisions in 2020
  • The Brewers and Astros switched Leagues and Divisons in 2020
  • The Twins and Rangers relinquished their Washington Histories (1901-1960, 1961-1970) to the City of Washington which holds it in a trust. the Nationals also have the right to the Senators name but have chose not to change it.
  • The Brewers relinquished their Pre-Milwaukee History and records to the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners and Pilots are recognized as one continuous team
  • The Rockies and Athletics switched leagues and divisions in 2016
  • The Dodgers and Giants have relinquished their Pre-California Histories in 2035 to the City of NY. The Mets however chose to retain their own identidy allowing the City of NY to build museums on the sites of the Polo Grounds and Ebbets Field (Or at least in their areas). The Mets have the right to pickup any of the histories in the event of either a change of heart or a change in ownership. 
  • Shea Stadium opened up as Citi Field in 2009 but was face-lifited in 2022. 
  • The Angels became the Anahiem Angels in 2019 

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