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Parks I visited in 2014

Every year I provide a listing of the ballparks where I attended games, noting which ones are new to me (noted with an asterisk). This doesn't include games I tried to go to but were rained out, or where I simply visited to take pictures with no games going on.

I made it to exactly 50 in 2014, finishing the year with Game Seven of the World Series (at Kauffman Stadium, where I'd already seen a game earlier in the season).

  1. UFCU Disch-Falk Field (1975, significantly renovated 2008), University of Texas Longhorns

  2. Scottsdale Stadium (1956, rebuilt in 1992), San Francisco Giants spring training. Also saw Arizona Fall League there

  3. Cubs Park (2014), Chicago Cubs spring training (saw inaugural game)*

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

  5. Surprise Stadium (2003), used by Arizona State for a college tournament

  6. Phoenix Municipal Stadium (1964), Oakland A's spring training

  7. Tempe Diablo Stadium (1968, significantly renovated 2006), Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim spring training

  8. Cougar Field (1995), University of Houston Cougars

  9. Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park (1978, significantly renovated 2012), Texas A&M Aggies

  10. Globe Life Park (1994), Texas Rangers

  11. Lupton Stadium (2003), TCU Horned Frogs

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

  13. Hawley Field (1971), West Virginia University Mountaineers

  14. Regions Field (2013), Birmingham Barons

  15. Coolray Field (2009), Gwinnett Braves

  16. Turner Field (1997), Atlanta Braves

  17. Wrigley Field (1914), Chicago Cubs (playing as the Chi-Feds for the 100th Anniversary of the ballpark)

  18. BB&T Ballpark (2014), Charlotte Knights*

  19. Fluor Field (2006), Greenville Drive

  20. Southwest University Park (2014), El Paso Chihuahuas*

  21. Kauffman Stadium (1972), Kansas City Royals -- also saw Game 7 of the World Series there

  22. Hoglund Ballpark (1958), University of Kansas Jayhawks*

  23. Baum Stadium (1996), University of Arkansas Razorbacks*

  24. Arvest Ballpark (2008), Northwest Arkansas Naturals

  25. Dell Diamond (2000), Round Rock Express

  26. Dr Pepper Ballpark (2003), Frisco RoughRiders

  27. QuikTrip Park (2008), Grand Prairie AirHogs

  28. Constellation Field (2012), Sugar Land Skeeters*

  29. Banner Island Ballpark (2005), Stockton Ports

  30. Recreation Park (1946), Visalia Rawhide

  31. Sam Lynn Ballpark (1941), Bakersfield Blaze

  32. Municipal Stadium (1942), San Jose Giants

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

  34. O.co Coliseum (1941), Oakland A's

  35. ONEOK Field (2010), Tulsa Drillers

  36. Coors Field (1995), Colorado Rockies

  37. Suplizio Field (1949, major renovation 2011-2012), Grand Junction Rockies (completes my quest to see all 203 current pro ballparks. See article here)*

  38. Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium (1949), Amarillo Sox

  39. Phil Welch Stadium (1939), St. Joseph Mustangs*

  40. Driller Park (1947), East Texas Pump Jacks

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

  42. Hunter Wright Stadium (1995), Kingsport Mets*

  43. Howard Johnson Field (1956), Johnson City Cardinals*

  44. Joe O'Brien Field (1974), Elizabethton Twins*

  45. Bowen Field (1939, rebuilt 1975), Bluefield Blue Jays

  46. Thomas Stadium (2013), used by the Johnson City Cardinals (normally the home field of ETSU)*

  47. TicketReturn.com Field (1998), Myrtle Beach Pelicans*

  48. Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park (1997), Charleston River Dogs

  49. Minute Maid Park (2000), Houston Astros

  50. Camelback Ranch (2009), Arizona Fall League

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