AL Central

  • Opening its doors in 2010, Target field is the new home to the Minnesota Twins. Among the many amenities that Target Field offers is the Budweiser roof deck, hosting the only bonfire in MLB Stadiums. Source: MLB.com

  • Kauffman Stadium, home to the Kansas City Royals, is one of the “crown jewel” ballparks in the MLB. Coming up on it’s 40th year of use, Kauffman Stadium has seen 70,638,469 fans since it opened in 1973. Source: MLB.com

  • Complete with a ferris wheel and enormous water display in center field, Comerica Park is a must visit ballpark. The Downtown Detroit based stadium also features a decade-by-decade pedestrian museum that surrounds the main level. Source: MLB.com

  • Originally opened in 1994 and named Jacobs Field after the original team owners, the name was changed in 2008 to Progressive Field. The park has numerous attractions for fans, including 19 toothbrush shaped lighting towers, and the 19-foot tall left field wall dubbed the “Little Green Monster”. Source: MLB.com

  • U.S. Cellular Field opened it doors to Chicago White Sox fans in 1991. Combining the history of the original stadium, Comiskey Park, with the allure of a modern stadium, U.S. Cellular Field can seat 40,000+. Source: MLB.com

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