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Major League Photo Albums

Thanks for visiting our collection of photos from around the Majors!  Take your pick of what you want to see, and don't forget the "photo essays" below the American League listings.

Scenes from the Senior Circuit

By popular demand, we have a separate page for each of the 30 Major League parks. Simply click on the name of the park you want to see. Note that the following listing actually shows the BASEBALLPARKS.COM ranking within each of the divisions. In the National League East, Miami previously had the bottom-dwelling facility, but Marlins Park is now second in the division -- a division, by the way, that might have the best top-to-bottom set of facilities in baseball. In the Central, you'll not only find the best of the new parks (PNC), there's also the best park of all time.

Eastern Division
Central Division
Western Division
1. Citi Field 1. Wrigley Field 1. AT&T Park
2. Marlins Park 2. PNC Park 2. Coors Field
3. Nationals Park 3. Busch Stadium 3. Petco Park
4. Citizens Bank Park 4. Great American Ball Park 4. Dodger Stadium
5. Turner Field 5. Miller Park 5. Chase Field

American Beauties

And in the American League, you'll find some interesting parks as well -- all ranked within their divisions. In the Eastern Division, incidentally, you'll find the park that defined what a modern classic is (Camden Yards) and one of the most classic parks of all time (Fenway). Interestingly, the AL East rankings didn't change after the debut of new Yankee Stadium. I have both the old and new versions as being second in the division.

Eastern Division
Central Division
Western Division
1. Oriole Park at Camden Yards 1. Kauffman Stadium 1. Globe Life Park
2. Yankee Stadium 2. Target Field 2. Safeco Field
3. Fenway Park 3. Comerica Park 3. Minute Maid Park
4. Rogers Centre 4. Progressive Field 4. Angel Stadium of Anaheim
5. Tropicana Field 5. U.S. Cellular Field 5. O.co Coliseum

The 2011 All Star Game in Phoenix

Here's what the All Star Game in the desert looked like, including scenes from the Home Run Derby and the Fan Fest

The Parks of Arizona

Twelve of America's nicest ballparks are in the Grand Canyon State.  Visit all 11 spring parks and the big one in downtown Phoenix here!

So long to Yankee Stadium and Shea Stadium

Here's a photo essay on how the longtime parks of the Yankees and Mets looked during their final seasons

History made in Arlington

BASEBALLPARKS.COM was on hand the night Sammy Sosa made history, belting his 600th career HR in Arlington

A Sweep for the Sox

Join us for the sights inside and outside the ballpark at the final game of the 2005 World Series.

Minute Maid Park hosts the 75th All Star Game

This three-page photo essay shows 20 shots you won't find anywhere else.

The Camden Collection

A special collection of pictures of Baltimore's Camden Yards

The Cal Collection

And speaking of Baltimore, here's a pictorial salute to Cal Ripken, Jr.

Enron No More

In 2002, the Astros' ballpark shed the name "Enron."  See how it looked as the team attempted to sanitize the park of that dreaded corporate name

The Wrigley Photo Album

Views from the greatest ballpark on earth

Bye Bye

A fond farewell to the four Major League parks closed in '99

The Fall Classic

BASEBALLPARKS.COM visits Yankee Stadium for the '99 World Series

Don't forget that we add special pages devoted to new Major League parks from time to time.  Visit the Ballpark Changes page for details.


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