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Parks I've visited in 2016

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.

As you might know, I try to get to as many different parks in one year as I possibly can. My high-water mark was 2006 when I hit 65 different ballparks. Prior to that, my record was 61 in 2005. I guess I wasn't up to the challenge to top that in 2007, 2008, 2009 or 2010 as I "only" attended games in 57, 53, 47 and 43 (respectively) different parks in those years. Things really started to dip for me in 2009 because I had to sacrifice quantity to get to all of the new parks that opened that year. After all, dear reader, this site is for you, and I know you demand thorough reviews and pictures of all of the new parks! Anyway, I rebounded in 2011 and made it to 52 different parks, including spring training, the All Star Game, the ALCS, the World Series (in both parks) and the Arizona Fall League. Not a bad year. I bumped up the total by one in 2012, then dipped to 42 in 2013. In 2013 I hit an even 50 when I attended Game Seven of the World Series. Not a bad way to end a season. Last year, I hit 45.

In case you're curious, all the pro parks I've ever seen are on another page. Note that I'm typically way, way behind in updating this.

So here's the list for 2016. 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. UFCU Disch-Falk Field (1975, significantly renovated 2008), Texas Longhorns

  2. Earl Wilson Stadium (1994), University of Nevada Las Vegas Rebels*

  3. Goodyear Ballpark (2009), Cleveland Indians spring training

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

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

  6. Peoria Sports Complex (1994), Seattle Mariners spring training

  7. Lupton Stadium (2003), TCU Horned Frogs

  8. Spirit Communications Park (2016), Columbia Fireflies* (saw first game played there)

  9. BB&T Park (2014), Charlotte Knights

  10. Point Park Field at Green Tree Park (1995), Point Park University Pioneers*

  11. PNC Park (2001), Pittsburgh Pirates

  12. Monongalia County Ballpark (2015), WVU Mountaineers

  13. Sue Morris Sports Complex (2007), Glenville State (WV) Pioneers*

  14. George T. Smailes Sr. Baseball Field (2008), Marshall U Thundering Herd

  15. Appalachian Power Park (2004), West Virginia Power

  16. Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park (1978, rebuilt 2012), Texas A&M Aggies

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