American League Park
Tenant: Washington Senators (later Minnesota Twins; AL)
Opened: April 29, 1901
First night game: Never
Last Senators game: September 27, 1902
Washington Nationals & Minnesota Twins tickets:
Location: At the corner of Florida Avenue NE and Trinidad Avenue NE. Left field (NE), what would become Neal Street NE; third base (NW), Trinidad; first base (SW), Florida Avenue NE; right field (SE), Bladensburg Road.
Recommended Reading (bibliography):
- Baseball in Washington, D.C. by Frank Ceresi, Mark Rucker & Carol McMains.
- Take Me Out to the Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks Past and Present by Josh Leventhal and Jessica Macmurray.
- The Ballpark Book: A Journey Through the Fields of Baseball Magic (Revised Edition) by Ron Smith and Kevin Belford.
- City Baseball Magic: Plain Talk and Uncommon Sense about Cities and Baseball Parks by Philip Bess.
- Diamonds: The Evolution of the Ballpark by Michael Gershman.
- Green Cathedrals: The Ultimate Celebration of All 273 Major League and Negro League Ballparks by Philip J. Lowry.
- Lost Ballparks: A Celebration of Baseball's Legendary Fields by Lawrence S. Ritter.
- Roadside Baseball: A Guide to Baseball Shrines Across America by Chris Epting.
- The Story of America's Classic Ballparks (VHS).
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View of American League Park in 1905 courtesy of the Library of Congress.
Updated September 2002
Tickets to Minnesota Twins, Washington Nationals, NCAA Basketball Tournament, Paul McCartney, College Football Bowl, NCAA Football, Taylor Swift Arlington, Cher Washington, Taylor Swift Pittsburgh and Taylor Swift Washington provided by Ticket Triangle.
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