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Parks I visited in 2012

Every year I provide a listing of the ballparks where I attended games, noting which ones are new to me (noted with an asterisk). Here's the list for 2012. For your information, the year the stadium opened (if known) is shown in parentheses. Also, if the name of the park below is a link, then clicking on it will take you to the in-depth review of this stadium, a photo essay, an article I've written about it or a photo album of the park in our Ballpark Look-Around section.

  1. Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park (1977, significantly renovated in 2012), Texas A&M University Aggies

  2. Scottsdale Stadium (1955, rebuilt 1992), San Francisco Giants spring training

  3. Salt River Fields (2011), Arizona Diamondbacks spring training

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

  5. Surprise Stadium (2003), Arizona State tournament game, also Kansas Royals spring training

  6. Charlotte Sports Park (1987, completely rebuilt in 2009), Tampa Bay Rays spring training

  7. JetBlue Park (2012), Boston Red Sox spring training*

  8. Joker Marchant Stadium (1966), Detroit Tigers spring training

  9. Ed Smith Stadium (1989, renovated 2011), Baltimore Orioles spring training

  10. George M. Steinbrenner Field (1996), New York Yankees spring training

  11. Bright House Field (2004), Philadelphia Phillies spring training

  12. USF Baseball Stadium (2011), University of South Florida Bulls*

  13. Marlins Park (2012), Miami Marlins*

  14. Dell Diamond (2000), Round Rock Express

  15. George T. Smailes Baseball Field at Kennedy Center (2009), Marshall University Thundering Herd*

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

  17. Linda K. Epling Stadium (2010), West Virginia Tech Golden Bears*

  18. Hawley Field (1971), West Virginia University Mountaineers*

  19. Dr Pepper Ballpark (2003), Frisco RoughRiders

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

  21. Zephyr Field (1997), New Orleans Zephyrs

  22. New Alex Box Stadium (2009), LSU Tigers*

  23. Pensacola Multi-Use Stadium (2012), Pensacola Blue Wahoos*

  24. Hank Aaron Stadium (1997), Mobile BayBears*

  25. Hardt Field (2009), Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners*

  26. Mike Carter Field (1941), NJCAA World Series divisional games*

  27. Nelson Wolff Stadium (1994), San Antonio Missions

  28. AT&T Park (2000), San Francisco Giants

  29. San Jose Municipal Stadium (1942), San Jose Giants

  30. Chukchansi Park (2002), Fresno Gizzlies

  31. Banner Island Ballpark (2005), Stockton Ports

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

  33. Fenway Park (1912), Boston Red Sox

  34. Alliance Bank Stadium (1997), home game for Scranton-Wilkes Barre Yankees*

  35. McDonough Park (1958), Geneva Red Wings*

  36. Falcon Park (1997), Auburn Doubledays

  37. Basket Road Field, Rochester Athletes In Action*

  38. Dwyer Stadium (1939, completely rebuilt in 1996), Batavia Muckdogs*

  39. Doubleday Field (1924, completely rebuilt in 1939), Cooperstown Hawkeyes*

  40. Coca-Cola Field (1988), The Triple-A All Star Game

  41. Russell E. Diethrick Jr. Park (1941), Jamestown Jammers*

  42. Rogers Centre (1989), Toronto Blue Jays

  43. New Britain Stadium (1996), New Britain Rock Cats

  44. Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark (1998), Oklahoma City RedHawks

  45. Isotopes Park (2003), Albuquerque Isotopes

  46. Victory Field (1996), Indianapolis Indians

  47. Parkview Field (2009), Fort Wayne Tincaps

  48. Sam Lynn Ballpark (1941), Bakersfield Blaze

  49. Dodger Stadium (1962), Los Angeles Dodgers

  50. Minute Maid Park (2000), Houston Astros

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

  52. Peoria Stadium (1994), Peoria Javelinas of Arizona Fall League

  53. Reckling Park (2000), Rice University Owls (fall ball exhibition)

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