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List of MLB Teams & Stadiums


Major League Baseball (MLB) was established in 1869 and it quickly grew into one of the biggest sporting organizations in the entire world. Today there are 30 MLB teams divided into two separate conferences: the National League and the American League.

With so many teams and stadium names to remember, we decided to put together this helpful list of MLB teams and stadiums. You can use the list to help you track which MLB stadiums you've visited or to learn more about each team and their specific stadium.


Team Name Arena Name Arena Location Seating Capacity Opening Year

Arizona Diamondbacks

Chase Field

Phoenix, Arizona

48,686

1998

Atlanta Braves

SunTrust Park

Cumberland, Georgia

41,084

2017

Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Baltimore, Maryland

45,971

1992

Boston Red Sox

Fenway Park

Boston, Massachusetts

37,755

1912

Chicago Cubs

Wrigley Field

Chicago, Illinois

41,649

1914

Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field

Chicago, Illinois

40,615

1991

Cincinnati Reds

Great American Ball Park

Cincinnati, Ohio

42,319

2003

Cleveland Indians

Progressive Field

Cleveland, Ohio

34,788

1994

Colorado Rockies

Coors Field

Denver, Colorado

50,445

1995

Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park

Detroit, Michigan

41,083

2000

Houston Astros

Minute Maid Park

Houston, Texas

41,168

2000

Kansas City Royals

Kauffman Stadium

Kansas City, Missouri

37,903

1973

Los Angeles Angels

Angel Stadium

Los Angeles, California

45,517

1966

Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodger Stadium

Los Angeles, California

56,000

1962

Miami Marlins

Marlins Park

Miami, Florida

36,742

2012

Milwaukee Brewers

Miller Park

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

41,900

2001

Minnesota Twins

Target Field

Minneapolis, Minnesota

38,544

2010

New York Mets

Citi Field

Queens, New York

41,922

2009

New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium

Bronx, New York

47,309

2009

Oakland Athletics

RingCentral Coliseum

Oakland, California

46,847

1966

Philadelphia Phillies

Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

42,792

2004

Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

38,747

2001

San Diego Padres

Petco Park

San Diego, California

40,209

2004

San Francisco Giants

Oracle Park

San Francisco, California

41,915

2000

Seattle Mariners

T-Mobile Park

Seattle, Washington

47,929

1999

St. Louis Cardinals

Busch Stadium

St. Louis, Missouri

45,494

2006

Tampa Bay Rays

Tropicana Field

St. Petersburg, Florida

25,000

1990

Texas Rangers

Globe Life Park in Arlington

Arlington, Texas

48,114

1994

Toronto Blue Jays

Rogers Centre

Toronto, Ontario

49,282

1989

Washington Nationals

Nationals Park

Washington, D.C.

41,339

2008

National League East


  • Atlanta Braves (SunTrust Park)
  • Miami Marlins (Marlins Park)
  • New York Mets (Citi Field)
  • Philadelphia Phillies (Citizens Bank Park)
  • Washington Nationals (Nationals Park)

National League West


  • Arizona Diamondbacks (Chase Field)
  • Colorado Rockies (Coors Field)
  • Los Angeles Dodgers (Dodger Stadium)
  • San Diego Padres (Petco Park)
  • San Francisco Giants (Oracle Park)

National League Central


  • Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field)
  • Cincinnati Reds (Great American Ball Park)
  • Milwaukee Brewers (Miller Park)
  • Pittsburgh Pirates (PNC Park)
  • St. Louis Cardinals (Busch Stadium)

American League East


  • Baltimore Orioles (Oriole Park at Camden Yards)
  • Boston Red Sox (Fenway Park)
  • New York Yankees (Yankee Stadium)
  • Tampa Bay Rays (Tropicana Field)
  • Toronto Blue Jays (Rogers Park)

American League West


  • Houston Astros (Minute Maid Park)
  • Los Angeles Angels (Angel Stadium)
  • Oakland Athletics (RingCentral Coliseum)
  • Seattle Mariners (T-Mobile Park)
  • Texas Rangers (Globe Life in Arlington)

American League Central


  • Chicago White Sox (Guaranteed Rate Field)
  • Cleveland Indians (Progressive Field)
  • Detroit Tigers (Comerica Park)
  • Kansas City Royals (Kauffman Stadium)
  • Minnesota Twins (Target Field)


Fun Facts About MLB Teams & Stadiums


  • California contains the most MLB teams (5) out of any state.
  • There are currently 10 MLB stadiums without corporate naming rights deals.
  • The Toronto Blue Jays are the only MLB team that does not reside in the United States.
  • Cumerland's SunTrust Park is the newest stadium in the league (2017) whereas Boston's Fenway Park is the oldest (1912).
  • There are 6 MLB stadiums that feature a retractable roof and one stadium that features a fixed roof. Most stadiums have no roof at all.
  • There are 8 states that have more than one MLB team (California, Florida, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, and Texas).
  • The Los Angeles Dodger Stadium is the largest stadium in the MLB with a seating capacity of 56,000. The St. Petersburg Tropicana Field is the smallest stadium with a seating capacity of 25,000.

MLB Map


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