So Who Here Has Seen Games in the Greatest Number of Major League Ballparks?

As you can see from the stadium count after my name, I keep track of both current and former ballparks on my Major League list. I have seen games in 11 ballparks that are no longer: (1) Comiskey Park, (2) Shea Stadium, (3) Milwaukee County Stadium, (4) Riverfront Stadium, (5) Veterans Stadium, (6) Busch Stadium, (7) 3 Com, (8) Yankee Stadium, (9) Metrodome, (10) Tiger Stadium and (11) Three Rivers Stadium.

I have Turner Field in my sights since it will no longer be the home of the Braves pretty soon and will give me another defunct stadium to add to my list.

So who here has seen games in the most defunct Major League ballparks?

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Hey John -
I've been to 45 MLB parks including one in every MLB city - and Olympic Stadium when the Expos were there. Still have 6 to get to in the coming years (Petco, Yankee Stadium, Citi Field, Citizens Bank, Globe Life park, and of course new Atlanta park when it opens.

Former parks I've been to include Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Yankee Stadium, Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Comiskey, Metrodome, Tigers Stadium, the old Ballpark at Arlington, Astrodome, Veterans Stadium in Philly, Fulton County, RFK, Shea, Dolphin Stadium, old Busch in St. Louis, County Stadium Milwaukee, Three Rivers, Riverfront Cincinnati, Mile High in Denver, the Murph in San Diego.

Can't wait for the A's to move to San Jose!!



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