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Name all the major league stadiums where you've seen a game played
I've been to
Metropolitan Stadium (where Twins played before the Metrodome)
Old Yankee Stadium
Old Busch Stadium I (Sportsman's Park)
Old Busch Stadium II
Then minor league parks (some are gone now)
Holman stadium (Nashua Pirates)
Vermont Expos Stadium
Ball Park @ Old Orchard Beach (Maine Phillies)
Fishercats Stadium ( Blue Jays)
Hadlock Field (Portland Sea Dogs) Red Sox and Florida Marlins
McCoy Stadium (Red Sox)
plus a few other minor league parks in Ma and Ny as a kid. Just cant remember them all now.
The old Cleveland Municipal Stadium
Jacobs Field (now known as Progressive Field) [Indians]
Three Rivers (Pirates)
PNC Park (Pirates)
Qualcom (the old dump the Padres used to play in)
Bumed I never made it down to see the new field the Padres play at or up to San Fransisco for those stadiums when I used to live in LA.
I did see a football game at the Sky Dome, but wasn't there for a baseball game. I drove past Seattle's stadium but couldn't go to a game.
Oh, and I advise you not to wear away team colors to fenway... they can get pretty rowdy. Thanks to the two old guys for talking those punk kids out of beating the crap out of me... hell, I wasn't even trash talking and they were ready to go!
Not many things in life better than the trill of entering a ballpark you haven't been to before.
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forgot about cleveland municipal stadium..aka - "the mistake by the lake".....cheap tickets though..lol - also been to riverfront stadium in cincy before new stadium was built...not only watched baseball games there, but also played in 2 "HOOP IT UP" tourneys there.
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