Map of MLB Stadiums

Major League Baseball (MLB) declares professional baseball began in 1869, when the Cincinnati Red Stockings established themselves as the first professional baseball team. The MLB began as an amalgamation of several major leagues, whose first game was played, according to many, in April 1876 in Philadelphia, and it quickly grew into one of the biggest sporting organizations in the entire world. In 1939, the Baseball Hall of Fame opened in Cooperstown, New York, commemorating the game and its significant players.

How many MLB teams are there? Today, there are 30 MLB teams divided between two leagues: the National League (15) and the American League (15).

With so many teams and stadium names to remember, we 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.

Fun Facts About MLB Teams & Stadiums

  • The Baseball Hall of Fame is located in Cooperstown, NY. The museum opened on June 12, 1939, while Franklin D. Roosevelt was President. Today, the baseball archives important artifacts from all of the teams, and from baseball Hall of Famers over the long history of baseball.  
  • Each team generally plays 162 games over the course of 6 months each year. That's 2,430 total games per MLB regular season.
  • California contains the most MLB teams (5) out of any US state.
  • There are currently 9 MLB stadiums without corporate naming rights deals.
  • The Toronto Blue Jays are the only MLB team that does not reside in the United States.
  • Arlington's Globe Life Field is the newest stadium in the league (2020) whereas Boston's Fenway Park is the oldest MLB stadium (1912).
  • There are 6 MLB stadiums that feature a retractable roof and one stadium, Tropicana Field, that features a fixed roof. Most stadiums have no roof at all.
  • There are 8 states that have more than one MLB team (California, with 5; Florida, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Missouri, and Texas, all with 2 each).
  • There are four metropolitan areas in the US that host two MLB teams - one from each league (New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and the San Francisco Bay Area).
  • Dodger Stadium, in Los Angeles, is the largest stadium in the MLB, with a seating capacity of 56,000. St. Petersburg's Tropicana Field is the smallest stadium, with a seating capacity of 25,000, when the upper levels are closed (they are during most Rays games).

MLB Teams

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Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field Phoenix, Arizona 48,405 1998
Atlanta Braves Truist Park Cumberland, Georgia 41,084 2017
Baltimore Orioles Oriole Park at Camden Yards Baltimore, Maryland 44,970 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 43,500 2003
Cleveland Guardians Progressive Field Cleveland, Ohio 34,830 1994
Colorado Rockies Coors Field Denver, Colorado 46,897 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 Anaheim, California 45,517 1966
Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, California 56,000 1962
Miami Marlins LoanDepot Park Miami, Florida 36,742 2012
Milwaukee Brewers American Family Field Milwaukee, Wisconsin 41,900 2001
Minnesota Twins Target Field Minneapolis, Minnesota 38,544 2010
New York Mets Citi Field Queens, New York City, New York 41,922 2009
New York Yankees Yankee Stadium Bronx, New York City, New York 46,537 2009
Oakland Athletics Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Oakland, California 46,847 1966
Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 42,901 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 44,383 2006
Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, Florida 25,000 1990
Texas Rangers Globe Life Field Arlington, Texas 40,300 2020
Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Centre Toronto, Ontario, Canada 41,500 1989
Washington Nationals Nationals Park Washington, D.C. 41,339 2008

We love baseball here at GeoJango Maps. That's why we decided to create a MLB Teams Map to showcase the locations of every MLB team and their respective stadiums. You can use this Baseball Map to keep track of which stadiums you've visited or which ones you would like to visit in the future.

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Helpful Links:

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