MLB Stadiums

  • Winner of the 2008 Sports Facility of the Year by Sports Business Journal, AT&T park is one of the premier MLB Stadiums. Home of the Giants, it was the first privately finances stadium in the MLB since 1962. Source: MLB.com

  • Enjoy awe-inspiring views of San Diego and the “best sight lines” in baseball at Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres. Built to compliment the natural beauty of the region, the Padres’ stadium offers top quality amenities for every budget. Source: MLB.com

  • One of the last non multi-purpose stadiums, Dodger Stadium opened it’s doors in 1962. Located in Sulfur Canyon, the stadium provides a wonderful of downtown Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Mountains. Source: MLB.com

  • Located in Dever since 1995, the 76-acre Coors Field is home to the Colorado Rockies. Offering a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains, Coors field is a leader in fan attendance in the MLB. Source: MLB.com

  • One of the most recognizable stadiums, with it’s signature swimming pool and retractable roof, Chase Field has become a baseball landmark. The Arizona Diamondbacks home opened its doors on March 31, 1998. Source: MLB.com

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