Baseball fans, check out a list of the newest baseball stadiums below and plan your next visit to each park today.
Since 1989, there have been 24 new ballparks built in the MLB. The newest, SunTrust Park in Atlanta, has just opened for its first year this year and is the newest ballpark built since Marlins Park in 2012. Check out below for a list of the newest baseball stadiums newest to oldest!
Newest Baseball Stadiums
(2017) SunTrust Park – Atlanta, GA
- Opened for its first regular season game on April 14th, 2017 against the San Diego Padres. Located in the Atlanta Metropolitan area, it features a 90-feet wide canopy horseshoeing around the stadiums top. Just beyond center-field, there are 3 evergreen trees and an area with boulders as well as a waterfall feature. The ballpark holds 41,149 people and places the highest percentage of seats closer to the field then any other MLB ballpark.
(2012) Marlins Park – Miami, FL
- The last ballpark to be built before Atlanta’s SunTrust Park, Marlins Park is the sixth ballpark to feature a retractable roof and is considered the “greenest” park in the MLB. The ballpark was designed to capture the feel of Miami and its previous parks, with an asymmetrical outfield fence and other homages to Sun Life Stadium and the Orange Bowl.
(2010) Target Field – Minnesota, MN
- After playing 28 seasons inside the Metrodome, the Twins decided to head back outside in Minneapolis in 2010, playing in their own baseball-specific ballpark for the first time in team history. Despite the weather conditions in Minneapolis that prompted the construction of the Metrodome in 1982, Target Field was not constructed with a retractable roof, although it does contain heated viewing areas.
(2009) Yankee Stadium – New York, NY
(2009) Citi Field – New York, NY
(2008) Nationals Park – Washington, DC
(2006) Busch Stadium – St. Louis, MO
(2004) Petco Park – San Diego, CA
(2004) Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia, PA
(2003) Great American Ball Park – Cincinnati, OH
(2001) Miller Park – Milwaukee, WI
(2001) PNC Park – Pittsburgh, PA
(2000) Comerica Park – Detroit, MI
(2000) Minute Maid Park – Houston, TX
(2000) AT&T Park – San Francisco, CA
(1999) Safeco Field – Seattle, WA
(1998) Chase Field – Phoenix, AZ
(1995) Coors Field – Denver, CO
(1994) Progressive Field – Cleveland, OH
(1994) Globe Life Field – Arlington, TX
(1992) Oriole Park at Camden Yards – Baltimore, MD
(1991) Guaranteed Rate Field – Chicago, IL
(1990) Tropicana Field – Tampa, FL
(1989) Rogers Centre – Toronto, ON
(1973) Kauffman Stadium – Kansas City, MO
(1966) Oakland Coliseum – Oakland, CA
(1966) Angels Stadium – Los Angeles, CA
(1962) Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles, CA
(1914) Wrigley Field – Chicago, IL
(1912) Fenway Park – Boston, MA
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