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Parks I visited in 2007

Here's the list of parks where I attended a game during 2007. I was able to get a jump on the season by traveling to Puerto Rico on February 1st for the Caribbean World Series. What fun! I'm also thankful that college baseball starts so early in the south ... a practice that the NCAA seems bound and determined to derail (boo!).

My goal, you see, isn't to attend the most games. It's to attend games in the most different parks in a single calendar year. My "personal best" was in 2006 when I hit 65 different ballparks. Prior to that, my own record was 61 in 2005. I guess I wasn't up to the challenge to top that in 2007, as I "only" attended games in 57 different parks. Of those, 17 were first-time parks for me, which ain't too bad.

So here's the list. For your information, the year the stadium opened (if known) is shown in parenthesis. If there's an asterisk, that means it's my first time attending a game in this park.

  1. Estadio Municipal Roberto Clemente (2000), Carolina, Puerto Rico for the Caribbean World Series*

  2. Dell Diamond (2000), University of Texas Longhorns (temporary home) and later for the Round Rock Express, NCAA Tournament and Texas State High School 5-A Championship

  3. Patriot Field (1983), Dallas Baptist University Patriots

  4. Clay Gould Ballpark (1974), University of Texas at Arlington Mavericks

  5. Ft. Lauderdale Stadium (1962), Baltimore Orioles spring training exhibition

  6. Roger Dean Stadium (1998), Florida Marlins spring training exhibition

  7. FAU Field, Florida Atlantic University Owls*

  8. Reckling Park (2000), Rice Owls

  9. HoHoKam Park (1979), Chicago Cubs spring training exhibition

  10. Surprise Stadium (2003), Kansas City Royals spring training exhibition

  11. Maryvale Baseball Park (1998), Milwaukee Brewers spring training exhibtion

  12. Peoria Sports Complex Stadium (1994), Seattle Mariners spring training exhibition

  13. Brazell Stadium, Grand Canyon University Antelopes*

  14. Kauffman Stadium (1973), Kansas City Royals

  15. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (1994), Texas Rangers

  16. Dr Pepper Ballpark (2003), Frisco RoughRiders

  17. Dickey-Stephens Park (2007), Arkansas Travelers*

  18. Minute Maid Park (2000), Houston Astros

  19. Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium (1994), San Antonio Missions

  20. Dan Law Field, Texas Tech University Red Raiders

  21. Citibank Ballpark (2002), Midland RockHounds

  22. Arrowhead Credit Union Park (1996), Inland Empire 66ers

  23. Eddy D. Field Stadium, Pepperdine University Waves*

  24. Dodger Stadium (1962), Los Angeles Dodgers

  25. Dedeaux Field (1974), University of Southern California Trojans*

  26. Oldsmobile Park (1996), Lansing Lugnuts*

  27. Fifth Third Ballpark (1994), West Michigan Whitecaps*

  28. Comerica Park (2000), Detroit Tigers

  29. Dow Diamond (2007), Great Lakes Loons*

  30. McAfee Coliseum (1968 for baseball), Oakland Athletics

  31. Banner Island Ballpark (2005), Stockton Ports

  32. Chukchansi Park (2002), Fresno Grizzlies

  33. Sam Lynn Ballpark (1941), Bakersfield Blaze

  34. Recreation Park (1946), Visalia Oaks

  35. Wrigley Field (1914), Chicago Cubs (night game!)

  36. Elfstrom Stadium (1991), Kane County Cougars*

  37. Principal Park (1992), Iowa Cubs

  38. Rosenblatt Stadium (1948), College World Series

  39. Pratt Field, Mineral Wells Steam of the Texas Collegiate League*

  40. Hammons Field (2005), Springfield Cardinals

  41. Community Field (1947), Burlington Bees*

  42. U.S. Cellular Field (1991), Chicago White Sox

  43. Pioneer Park (2004), Greeneville Astros*

  44. Smokies Park (2000), Tennessee Smokies*

  45. Bowen Field (1939), Bluefield Orioles*

  46. Appalachiam Power Park (2005), West Virginia Power

  47. Greer Stadium (1978), Nashville Sounds*

  48. Louisville Slugger Field (2000), Louisville Bats

  49. Dolphin Stadium (1993 for baseball), Florida Marlins

  50. Fairgrounds Field (2003), Coastal Bend Aviators

  51. Whataburger Field (2005), Corpus Christi Hooks

  52. Busch Stadium (2006), St. Louis Cardinals

  53. GCS Ballpark (2002), Gateway Grizzlies*

  54. AT&T Bricktown Ballpark (1998), Triple-A Championship Game

  55. Coors Field (1995), Colorado Rockies

  56. Phoenix Municipal Stadium (1964), Phoenix Desert Dogs (Arizona Fall League)

  57. Scottsdale Stadium (1956, rebuilt in 1992), Scottsdale Scorpions (Arizona Fall League)

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