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Parks I visited in 2011

Here's what I accomplished in 2011:

  1. L. Dale Mitchell Park (1982, significantly renovated in 2002), University of Oklahoma

  2. Tornado Field (2010), Concordia University (Texas) Tornados*

  3. UFCU Disch-Falk Field (1975, significantly renovated 2006), University of Texas Longhorns

  4. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick (2011), Colorado Rockies' spring training* (also saw Arizona Fall League game there)

  5. Peoria Stadium (1994), San Diego Padres' spring training

  6. Camelback Ranch (2009), Chicago White Sox' spring training

  7. Goodyear Ballpark (2009), Cleveland Indians' spring training

  8. Tempe Diablo Stadium (1968, significantly renovated 2006), Los Angeles Angels' spring training

  9. Packard Stadium (1974), Arizona State Sun Devils

  10. Surprise Stadium (2003), Kansas City Royals' spring training (also saw Arizona Fall League game there)

  11. Pete Beiden Field (1966), Fresno State Bulldogs*

  12. Baylor Ballpark (1999), Baylor Bears

  13. Dell Diamond (2000), Round Rock Express

  14. Dr Pepper Ballpark (2003), Frisco RoughRiders

  15. PNC Park (2001), Pittsburgh Pirates

  16. Appalachian Power Park (2005), West Virginia Power

  17. Bob Wren Stadium (1998), Ohio University Bobcats*

  18. Bill Davis Stadium (1998), Ohio State University Buckeyes*

  19. Huntington Park (2009), Columbus Clippers

  20. Great American Ball Park (2003), Cincinnati Reds

  21. Wrigley Field (1914), Chicago Cubs

  22. TD Ameritrade Park (2011), Creighton Bluejays* (first game ever played in new park)

  23. Werner Park (2011), Omaha Storm Chasers*

  24. Olsen Field (1977), Texas A&M Aggies

  25. O.co Coliseum (1968), Oakland A's

  26. John Thurman Field (1952), Modesto Nuts

  27. Rangers Ballpark In Arlington (1994), Texas Rangers (also saw ALCS Game 1 and World Series Game 4 there)

  28. Bobcat Ballpark (2009), Southland Conference Tournament (home field of Texas State)*

  29. The Diamond (1994), Lake Elsinore Storm

  30. Petco Park (2004), San Diego Padres

  31. Stater Brothers Stadium/Mavericks Stadium (1991), High Desert Mavericks

  32. Sam Lynn Ballpark (1941), Bakersfield Blaze

  33. LaGrave Field (2002), Fort Worth Cats

  34. Nelson Wolff Stadium (1994), Texas League All Star Game

  35. Chase Field (1998), Major League All Star Game

  36. Raley Field (2000), Sacramento Rvier Cats

  37. Everett Memorial Stadium (1983), Everett AquaSox*

  38. Cheney Stadium (1960, significantly renovated 2011), Tacoma Rainiers

  39. Yakima County Stadium (1993), Yakima Bears*

  40. Gesa Stadium (1995), Tri-City Dust Devils*

  41. ONEOK Field (2010), Tulsa Drillers

  42. AT&T Bricktown Ballpark (1998), Oklahoma City RedHawks

  43. Driller Park (1947), East Texas Pump Jacks*

  44. Dow Diamond (2007), Great Lakes Loons

  45. Comerica Park (2000), Detroit Tigers (including Jim Thome's 600th HR)

  46. QuikTrip Park (2008), Grand Prairie AirHogs

  47. Coors Field (1995), Colorado Rockies

  48. Minute Maid Park (2000), Houston Astros

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

  50. HoHoKam Park (1979, rebuilt in 1996), Mesa Solar Sox of Arizona Fall League

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

  52. Busch Stadium (2006), St. Louis Cardinals (World Series Games 6 and 7)

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