AA - American Association
AL - American League
NA - National Association
1 Bank One Ballpark, built in 1998, was renamed Chase Field in 2005.
2 Atlanta Stadium, built in 1966, was renamed Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in 1976.
3 Weeghman Park, built in 1914, was renamed Cubs Park in 1920 and Wrigley Field in 1926.
4 The Chicago Colts (Cubs) played at West Side Park on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and at South Side Park on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
5 Riverfront Stadium, built in 1970, was renamed Cinergy Field in 1997.
6 Joe Robbie Stadium, built in 1987, was renamed Pro Player Stadium in 1997, then Dolphins Stadium in January 2005, then Dolphin Stadium in April 2006, then Land Shark Stadium in May 2009, then Sun Life Stadium in January 2010.
7 Enron Field, built in 2000, was renamed Astros Field in February 2002, then Minute Maid Park in June 2002.
8 The Brooklyn Bridegrooms (Dodgers) played their Sunday games at Ridgewood Park from 1886-1889
9 Shibe Park, built in 1909, was renamed Connie Mack Stadium in 1953.
10 Sportsman's Park, built in 1909, was renamed Busch Stadium I in 1953.
11 San Diego Stadium, built in 1967, was renamed Jack Murphy Stadium in 1980, then Qualcomm Stadium in 1997.
12 Pacific Bell Park, built in 2000, was renamed SBC Park in 2004, then AT&T Park in 2006.
13 Candlestick Park, built in 1960, was renamed 3Com Park in 1995.
14 The N.Y. Giants played at the St. George Cricket Grounds on Statten Island from April 29 - June 14, 1889.
15 The Expos played some games at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Special thanks to Michael Gershman, Sean Lahman, Philip J. Lowry and Lauren Zuckerman for their contributions to this list.
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