NL Central

  • The new home of the Cardinals, Bush Stadium opened on April 10, 2006. The Cardinals also won a World Series that year, becoming the first team in roughly 100 years to win in the inaugural season. Source: MLB.com View Larger Map

  • PNC Park opened it’s doors in 2001, celebrating the progressiveness of Pittsburgh, without losing the feel of the original ballparks. The stadium offers an amazing view of the Allegheny River and downtown Pittsburgh skyline. Source: MLB.com

  • The one of a kind Miller Park brings baseball fans to an intimate setting unlike any other stadium. From the brick facade and structural elegance, fans are immersed in baseball’s romantic past. Source: MLB.com

  • Home of the Cincinnati Reds, the first pro baseball franchise, the Great American Ball Park is in it’s 11th season of use. Located downtown on the banks of the Ohio River, the ballpark offers spectacular scenery. Source: MLB.com

  • Built in 1914, Wrigley field will be hosting it’s 100th year of MLB ball play in 2013. The Chicago Cubs home has signature ivy-covered outfield walls and a stunning view of the Lakeview community. Source: MLB.com

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