The Baseball Project

Goal: To see a baseball game in every Major League Baseball stadium in North America.

Timeframe: Completed!! 34 stadiums visited!

Stadiums Visited Progress (updated August 16, 2018):

Stadium Date Home Team
1 Kingdome 1987 Seattle Mariners
2 Arlington Stadium 7/11/1992 Texas Rangers
3 Safeco Field 7/21/1999 Seattle Mariners
4 Oriole Park at Camden Yards 4/28/2004 Baltimore Orioles
5 Dodgers Stadium 8/4/2004 Los Angeles Dodgers
6 RFK Stadium 4/16/2005 Washington Nationals
7 Rogers Centre 9/11/2005 Toronto Blue Jays
8 Tropicana Field 5/22/2007 Tampa Bay Devil Rays
9 Turner Field 5/23/2007 Atlanta Braves
10 Nationals Park 4/27/2008 Washington Nationals
11 Citizens Bank Park 5/4/2008 Philadelphia Phillies
12 Great American Ball Park 8/16/2009 Cincinnati Reds
13 Comerica Park 8/20/2009 Detroit Tigers
14 Progressive Field 8/23/2009 Cleveland Indians
15 Yankee Stadium 5/30/2010 New York Yankees
16 U.S. Cellular Field 8/10/2010 Chicago White Sox
17 Miller Park 8/12/2010 Milwaukee Brewers
18 Target Field 8/15/2010 Minnesota Twins
19 Wrigley Field 8/16/2010 Chicago Cubs
20 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 9/27/2011 Los Angeles Angels
21 Marlins Park 5/12/2012 Miami Marlins
22 O.co Coliseum 8/22/2012 Oakland A’s
23 AT&T Park 8/23/2012 San Francisco Giants
24 Citi Field 9/27/2012 New York Mets
25 Fenway Park 8/30/2013 Boston Red Sox
26 PNC Park 9/13/2013 Pittsburgh Pirates
27 Minute Maid Park 9/20/2014 Houston Astros
28 Globe Life Stadium at Arlington 9/22/2014 Texas Rangers
29 Busch Stadium 9/26/2015 St. Louis Cardinals
30 Coors Field 8/21/2016 Colorado Rockies
31 Chase Field 8/24/2016 Arizona Diamondbacks
32 Kauffman Stadium 7/22/2017 Kansas City Royals
33 SunTrust Park 9/21/2017 Atlanta Braves
34 Petco Park 5/7/2018 San Diego Padres

PROJECT COMPLETED!!!

Bonus:

  • Osaka Dome, Japan (Orix Buffaloes)

Random Stats:

Stadiums most visited:

  1. Nationals Park (53)
  2. Safeco Field (38)
  3. The Kingdome (38+ I don’t remember all of them…)
  4. Oriole Park at Camden Yards (8)
  5. RFK Stadium (7)
  6. Rogers Centre (3)

 

Photos:

Great American Ball Park

Progressive Field
Progressive Field
Nationals Park
Stephen Strasburg MLB Debut June 8, 2010 (14 Ks)
Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium
U.S. Cellular Field
Miller Park
Miller Park
Target Field
Target Field
Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field

11 thoughts on “The Baseball Project

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  2. What a cool journey, good luck. What parks are you visiting this year? As a Red Sox fan I appeciate your not going to Fenway yet, I’m sure you’re saving the best for last!

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  5. How bout a second trip to Wrigley for the 100th year (1914 – 2014) – they got some big signs up and the snow is almost totally clear. should be ready to go !

  6. Jeremy Bailey

    Grateful, that’s a good idea. I really like Chicago and Wrigley Field. Will see if I can swing it!

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