National League teams and ballparks

Arizona Diamondbacks2005-Chase Field1
Arizona Diamondbacks1998-2005Bank One Ballpark1
Atlanta Braves1997-Turner Field
Atlanta Braves1976-1996Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium2
Atlanta Braves1966-1976Atlanta Stadium2
Milwaukee Braves1953-1965Milwaukee County Stadium
Boston Braves1941-1952Braves Field
Boston Bees1936-1940Braves Field
Boston Braves1914-1935Braves Field
Boston Braves1912-1913South End Grounds III
Boston Rustlers1911South End Grounds III
Boston Doves1907-1910South End Grounds III
Boston Beaneaters1894-1906South End Grounds III
Boston Beaneaters1890-1894South End Grounds II
Boston Red Stockings1888-1889South End Grounds II
Boston Red Stockings1876-1887South End Grounds I
Boston Red Stockings1871-1875South End Grounds I (NA)
Chicago Cubs1926-Wrigley Field3
Chicago Cubs1920-1925Cubs Park3
Chicago Cubs1916-1919Weeghman Park3
Chicago Cubs1902-1915West Side Grounds
Chicago Orphans1898-1901West Side Grounds
Chicago Colts1893-1897West Side Grounds
Chicago Colts1892-1893South Side Park
Chicago Colts1891West Side/South Side Park4
Chicago Colts1890West Side Park
Chicago White Stockings1885-1889West Side Park
Chicago White Stockings1878-1884Lake Front Park
Chicago White Stockings1876-187723rd Street Grounds
Chicago White Stockings1874-187523rd Street Grounds (AA)
Chicago White Stockings1872-1873Did not play
Chicago White Stockings1871Union Base-ball Grounds (AA)
Cincinnati Reds2003-Great American Ball Park
Cincinnati Reds1997-2002Cinergy Field5
Cincinnati Reds1970-1996Riverfront Stadium5
Cincinnati Reds1959-1970Crosley Field
Cincinnati Redlegs1953-1958Crosley Field
Cincinnati Reds1934-1952Crosley Field
Cincinnati Reds1912-1933Redland Field
Cincinnati Reds1902-1911Palace of the Fans
Cincinnati Reds1890-1901League Park
Cincinnati Red Stockings1884-1889League Park (AA)
Cincinnati Red Stockings1882-1883Bank Street Grounds (AA)
Cincinnati Red Stockings1881Did not play
Cincinnati Red Stockings1880Bank Street Grounds
Cincinnati Red Stockings1876-1879Avenue Grounds
Cincinnati Red Stockings1869-1875Union Grounds
Colorado Rockies1995-Coors Field
Colorado Rockies1993-1994Mile High Stadium
Houston Astros2002-Minute Maid Park7
Houston Astros2002-2002Astros Field7
Houston Astros2000-2001Enron Field7
Houston Astros1965-1999Astrodome
Houston Colt .45s1962-1964Colt Stadium
Los Angeles Dodgers1962-Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles Dodgers1958-1961L.A. Memorial Coliseum
Brooklyn Dodgers1913-1957Ebbets Field
Brooklyn Superbas1898-1912Washington Park III
Brooklyn Bridegrooms1891-1897Eastern Park
Brooklyn Bridegrooms1890Washington Park II
Brooklyn Bridegrooms1889Washington Park II (AA)
Brooklyn Bridegrooms1886-1889Wash. I/Ridgewood Park (AA)8
Brooklyn Bridegrooms1884-1885Washington Park I (AA)
Miami Marlins2012-New Marlins ballpark
Florida Marlins2010-2011Sun Life Stadium6
Florida Marlins2009Land Shark Stadium6
Florida Marlins2006-2009Dolphin Stadium6
Florida Marlins2005-2006Dolphins Stadium6
Florida Marlins1997-2004Pro Player Stadium6
Florida Marlins1993-1996Joe Robbie Stadium6
Milwaukee Brewers2001-Miller Park
Milwaukee Brewers1998-2000Milwaukee County Stadium
Milwaukee Brewers1970-1997Milwaukee County Stadium (AL)
Seattle Pilots1969Sicks' Stadium (AL)
New York Mets2009-Citi Field
New York Mets1964-2008Shea Stadium
New York Mets1962-1963Polo Grounds IV
Philadelphia Phillies2004-Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia Phillies1971-2003Veterans Stadium
Philadelphia Phillies1953-1970Connie Mack Stadium9
Philadelphia Phillies1938-1952Shibe Park9
Philadelphia Phillies1895-1938Baker Bowl
Philadelphia Phillies1887-1894Philadelphia Base Ball Grounds
Philadelphia Phillies1883-1886Recreation Park
Pittsburgh Pirates2001-PNC Park
Pittsburgh Pirates1970-2000Three Rivers Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates1909-1970Forbes Field
Pittsburgh Pirates1891-1909Exposition Park
Allegheny Innocents1890Recreation Park
Pittsburgh Alleghenies1887-1889Recreation Park
Pittsburgh Alleghenies1884-1886Recreation Park (AA)
Pittsburgh Alleghenies1882-1883Exposition Park I & II (AA)
St. Louis Cardinals2006-Busch Stadium III
St. Louis Cardinals1966-2005Busch Stadium II
St. Louis Cardinals1953-1966Busch Stadium I10
St. Louis Cardinals1920-1952Sportsman's Park III10
St. Louis Cardinals1900-1920Robison Field
St. Louis Perfectos1899Robison Field
St. Louis Brown Stockings1893-1898Robison Field
St. Louis Brown Stockings1892Sportsman's Park I
St. Louis Brown Stockings1882-1891Sportsman's Park I (AA)
San Diego Padres2004-PETCO Park
San Diego Padres1997-2003Qualcomm Stadium11
San Diego Padres1980-1996Jack Murphy Stadium11
San Diego Padres1969-1980San Diego Stadium11
San Francisco Giants2006-AT&T Park12
San Francisco Giants2004-2005SBC Park12
San Francisco Giants2000-2003Pacific Bell Park12
San Francisco Giants1995-19993Com Park13
San Francisco Giants1960-1994Candlestick Park13
San Francisco Giants1958-1959Seals Stadium
New York Giants1911-1957Polo Grounds IV
New York Giants1891-1911Polo Grounds III
New York Giants1889-1890Polo Grounds II
New York Giants1889St. George Cricket Grounds14
New York Giants1886-1888Polo Grounds I
New York Gothams1883-1885Polo Grounds I
Washington Nationals2008-Nationals Park
Washington Nationals2005-2007RFK Stadium
Montreal Expos2003-2004Olympic Stad / H Bithorn Stad15
Montreal Expos1977-2002Olympic Stadium
Montreal Expos1969-1976Jarry Park

Back to the Ballparks Facts & Figures page

Help us provide a better web site by completing our feedback form.

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.

BALLPARKS © 1996-2014 by Munsey & Suppes.