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MLB Baseball Stadiums Quiz

Name the stadiums used by Major League baseball teams.
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Last updated: March 16, 2019
First submittedApril 6, 2012
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Team
Year
Stadium
Red Sox
1912
Fenway Park
Cubs
1914
Wrigley Field
Dodgers
1962
Dodger Stadium
Angels
1966
Angel Stadium
Athletics
1966
Oakland-Alameda County
Coliseum
Royals
1973
Kauffman Stadium
Blue Jays
1989
Rogers Centre
White Sox
1991
Guaranteed Rate Field
Orioles
1992
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Indians
1994
Progressive Field
Rangers
1994
Globe Life Park in Arlington
Rockies
1995
Coors Field
Diamondbacks
1998
Chase Field
Rays
1998
Tropicana Field
Mariners
1999
T-Mobile Park
Team
Year
Stadium
Astros
2000
Minute Maid Park
Giants
2000
Oracle Park
Tigers
2000
Comerica Park
Brewers
2001
Miller Park
Pirates
2001
PNC Park
Reds
2003
Great American Ball Park
Padres
2004
Petco Park
Phillies
2004
Citizens Bank Park
Cardinals
2006
Busch Stadium
Nationals
2008
Nationals Park
Mets
2009
Citi Field
Yankees
2009
Yankee Stadium
Twins
2010
Target Field
Marlins
2012
Marlins Park
Braves
2017
SunTrust Park
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level 77
Apr 5, 2012
20+ years ago I could have gotten all of these. Three cheers to those teams which forego corporate names for their ballparks!!
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level 76
Jun 30, 2014
The Busch family no longer owns Anheuser-Busch, so Busch Stadium is now a corporate name, too.
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level 73
Apr 2, 2019
It always was. It just wasn't a clunky corporate sounding name. Older corporate names made somewhat more sense. Wrigley and Busch were heavily invested into the team or the stadium as owners, not renters of an empty name for X number of years until the high bidder game starts anew. Even if a company divested, the name stuck as tradition and continuity of team nostalgia.
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level 72
Aug 3, 2015
Yeah, franchises that sell (or rent) their parks name make me stick two fingers down my throat.
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level 64
Oct 17, 2018
Some of them are still better than others, though - the Great American Ballpark and Citi field sound a whole lot nicer than Minute Maid Park or Petco Park.
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level 76
Apr 3, 2019
That's Citi as in Citigroup, a financial service company - just as barfy as Petco Park.
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level 51
Sep 3, 2012
obviously I only can recall the old stadiums...
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level 40
Feb 18, 2013
I think Skydome should be acceptable for Rogers Centre. I know it's not called that anymore, but most Jays fans still refer to it as Skydome. But awesome quiz either way!
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level ∞
Mar 5, 2013
Skydome will work now. Thanks!
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level 50
Feb 20, 2017
The point of these quizzes is to know the CURRENT names. If you don't know the current names, learn them. If you don't want to learn them then you're not going to get a good score.
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level ∞
Mar 25, 2017
No way. Screw the corporate names!
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level 57
Jul 3, 2013
guess the team name and if that doesn't work guess a corporation
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level 64
Feb 28, 2014
How some of mine went: Comiskey - dang it! Candlestick - dang it! Metrodome - dang it! Astrodome - dang it! Three Rivers - dang it! Shea - dang it! Tiger - dang it! Qualcomm - dang it! I think it's been a while since I've really paid attention to baseball :/
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level 76
Oct 8, 2016
Comiskey worked for me, but the others didn't. Not sure why the difference.
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level 79
May 28, 2018
Guaranteed Rate Field was (New) Comiskey Park from 1991-2003. I guess Comiskey works and U.S. Cellular (the name from 2003-2016, and the only one I remembered) doesn't because of QM's stated preference for non-corporate names.
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level 65
Apr 2, 2019
I miss candlestick, but the giants haven't played there in nearly twenty years
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level 43
Apr 4, 2014
I like Cleveland a lot better when it was The Jake
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level 77
Jul 29, 2014
I think a lot of people still call it that.
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level 26
May 11, 2016
A lot do, or atleast I do.
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level 70
Jul 4, 2017
I was hoping "Mistake by the Lake" would work. :-(
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level 79
May 28, 2018
Huh. I didn't know that that was a nickname for the stadium in addition to being one for Cleveland itself.
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level 58
Apr 20, 2014
Sad that the Indians are last.
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level 42
Aug 30, 2014
FYI, most die-hard White Sox fans still refer to the stadium as Comiskey.
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level ∞
Mar 7, 2015
Comiskey will work now.
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level 50
Aug 13, 2015
If you're going to accept previous names than all of these need to be accepted - SBC Park, Pacific Bell Park (PacBell Park) for AT&T Park Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Network Associates Coliseum, McAfee Coliseum, Overstock.com Coliseum for O.co Coliseum Anaheim Stadium, Edison International Field (of Anaheim) for Angel Stadium Bank One Ballpark for Chase Field The Ballpark in Arlington, Ameriquest Field in Arlington, Rangers Ballpark in Arlington for Globe Life Park in Arlington Jacobs Field for Progressive Field Comiskey Park for US Cellular Field SkyDome for Rogers Centre And that is just for stadiums that have only been renamed and not replaced entirely.
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level 35
Nov 29, 2015
easy, had trouble with the rangers because the name was recently changed but got it after some intense thinking
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level 50
Dec 11, 2015
30/30 with 3:09 remainng
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level 54
Jun 6, 2016
How many names can you think of for a home run? http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/103225/different-names-for-a-home-run
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level 50
Mar 10, 2017
Updates needed: The Braves are moving to the newly built SunTrust Park and US Cellular Field has been renamed Guaranteed Rate Field.
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level ∞
Mar 25, 2017
Eww. But updated.
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level 73
Mar 25, 2017
guaranteed rate field...LOL...what fricking stupid azz name
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level 83
Mar 26, 2017
As a White Sox fan, I wholeheartedly agree.
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level 45
Jun 1, 2018
dang, I had no idea. Can't say the "U.S. Cellular" really fit that stadium either lol. They should just rename it Commisky again
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level 22
Mar 27, 2017
When 29/30 is only 4 points :(
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level 83
Sep 25, 2017
AKA Name all the beer, orange juice, insurance, retail, and financial companies you can. Try the version from 1980 for a real quiz.
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level 46
Jan 9, 2019
Safeco Field is now "T-Mobile Park"
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level 50
Feb 7, 2019
Updates/corrections needed:
Athletics: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Mariners: T-Mobile Park
Giants: Oracle Park
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level 62
Apr 2, 2019
Well, this is a quiz in which I have no idea of any of the answers. Actually, I think I may have heard of the Yankee Stadium. That's it. At least I can name all of the elements of the periodic table :-)
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level 73
Apr 2, 2019
Periodic table? Useless information. You should really know the corporate sponsors of MLB parks. You should be ashamed.
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level 61
Apr 2, 2019
Most Ironic Name (for contradicting the team mascot's objectification and utilization of indigenous people): Cleveland Indians ....... Most Depressingly Corporate Name: Chicago White Sox ....... Greatest Park Name Rivals: Houston Astros vs. Tampa Bay Rays (non-alcoholic division) or Colorado Rockies vs. St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers (alcoholic division)
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level 75
Apr 2, 2019
Chief Wahoo (RIP) is no longer the Indians mascot. Congrats you and the rest of the I'm offended by everything crew won.
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level 76
Apr 3, 2019
Oakland Alameda County...Park? Field?Complex? I gave up.
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level 67
Apr 3, 2019
"You paid for them, but corporations get to name them," unwavering recognition of Palestine, and planting trees with every quiz. I just love how unapologetically progressive this website is shaping out to be.
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level 70
May 25, 2019
If you'd like a real challenge (or just want to get some credit for knowing old ballpark names), try this one: https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/122746/major-league-ballparks