MLB Cities Map Quiz

You will see a city highlighted on the map. Click the name of the Major League team that plays in that city.
Teams from the same metro area have been merged into a single dot
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Last updated: October 3, 2021
First submittedNovember 2, 2014
Times taken43,211
Average score73.1%
Rating4.40
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Select Team(s)
A's / Giants
Angels / Dodgers
Astros
Blue Jays
Braves
Brewers
Cardinals
Cubs / White Sox
Diamondbacks
Guardians
Mariners
Marlins
Mets / Yankees
Nationals
Orioles
Padres
Phillies
Pirates
Rangers
Rays
Red Sox
Reds
Rockies
Royals
Tigers
Twins
This Team(s) is:
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Level 48
Dec 17, 2014
21/26 and I am a major MLB fan. I feel ashamed
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Level 85
Feb 22, 2015
On a small screen, its virtually impossible to see Baltimore versus Washington--might be combined like LA/Anaheim.
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Level 46
Jun 16, 2015
^ Agreed. Just no. You should NOT combine DC and Baltimore
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Level 87
Jan 16, 2020
DC to Baltimore in a straight line is 35 miles, Los Angeles to Anaheim 25, Dallas to Fort Worth 33, Seattle to Tacoma 25, San Francisco to San Jose 43. A lot can be said for DC and Baltimore forming one polycentric urban area. There's no distinguishing the continuous development midway as being part of the urban area of one over the other.
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Level 43
May 14, 2021
should they mix Chicago and Milwaukee too then?
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Level 67
Jul 29, 2022
Chicago to Milwaukee is not really the same. When you're going to Milwaukee from Chicago, there is a clear (and considerable) area where the Chicago metro area has stopped. It's sparsely-populated farmland. You don't get that with Baltimore to DC. It's built up and populous all the way from one to the other.
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Level 54
Apr 25, 2016
That was my biggest problem, too (managed to guess right, though). Are we able to zoom somehow?
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Level 48
Dec 22, 2017
However, if you know your geography, DC is south of Baltimore.
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Level 19
Feb 26, 2018
that's right!
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Level 50
Jun 16, 2015
Got 'em all with :11 left
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Level 82
Jun 16, 2015
Not a big baseball fan, but still got 25 - messed up Marlins vs. Rays...
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Level 82
Aug 31, 2017
...and 2 years later, I did the same thing! Slow learner, I guess...
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Level 65
Jun 16, 2015
2:05 left, not bad. I'm a baseball fanatic though
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Level 63
Jun 16, 2015
i thought dc was baltimore i was going too quickly
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Level 44
Jun 17, 2015
100% with 2:45 left. Enjoyed this.
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Level 30
Nov 28, 2015
got all of them with 1:37 left
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Level 60
Jan 2, 2017
Should have known Houston was on the water because of their NASA connection. Washington and Baltimore are too close together to sort out on a map this size.
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Level 83
Apr 17, 2017
Washington, D.C. is south of Baltimore, so that would tell you the Nationals' dot would appear below the Orioles' dot. If you knew that.
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Level 17
Oct 30, 2017
26/26 2:54 left
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Level 70
Oct 11, 2018
Strange: on my iPhone I can select all both columns down to the white sox and Red Sox. None of the teams below those can be clicked.
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Level 71
Jul 29, 2022
It would be nice to be able to zoom in for those without perfect vision lol. I was struggling with the DC, Baltimore area.