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|Cleveland Stadium (also known as Lakefront Stadium and Cleveland Municipal Stadium) was a baseball and American football stadium located in Cleveland, Ohio. In its final years, the stadium seated 74,438 for baseball and 81,000 for football. It was one of the early multi-purpose stadiums, built to accommodate both baseball and football.|
|The Baseball Ground was a stadium in Derby, UK. It was first used for baseball as the home of Derby County Baseball Club from 1890 until 1898 and then for football as the home of Derby County F.C. from 1895 until 1997 when then got their new stadium Pride Park Stadium.|
|Mile High Stadium (known as Bears Stadium until 1968) was a baseball, soccer and football stadium that stood in Denver, Colorado, from 1948 until 2001. It hosted the Denver Broncos of the American Football League and the National Football League from 1960-2000, the Colorado Rockies of the National League of Major League Baseball from 1993-1994, the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer from 19...||10/07/2009||409|
|Philadelphia Veterans Stadium (informally called "The Vet") was a professional sports facility located at the northeast corner of Broad Street and Pattison Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It housed the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League from 1971 through 2002 and the National League's Philadelphia Phillies from 1971 through 2003. The listed capacity for baseball in 1971 w...||09/28/2007||780|
|Foxboro Stadium (or Foxborough Stadium) was an outdoor sports venue located in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Although the official spelling of the town's name is "Foxborough", the shorter spelling was used for the stadium.|
The stadium opened in August 1971 as Schaefer Stadium, primarily as the home venue for the renamed New England Patriots of the National Football League. The team ...
|Fuller Field in Clinton, MA, a modest baseball field in a location far from major cities, is the site where baseball has been played every year since 1878.|
|A picture baseball between a building and a baseball place||11/03/2005||342|
|Busch Memorial Stadium, later known as Busch Stadium, was the home of the St. Louis Cardinals National League baseball team from May 12, 1966 to October 19, 2005.
It opened four days after the last game was played in their old home, Sportsman's Park (which had also been known since 1953 as Busch Stadium). It was sometimes referred to as a "Cookie cutter"-style stadium, and supported both ...
|Stade Pershing was a multi-purpose stadium in Vincennes, France. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the final of the Coupe de France on four occasions. It also hosted some of the football and rugby matches during the 1924 Summer Olympics. The stadium was able to hold 29,000 spectators at its height; it opened in 1919 and closed in 1960. Its area currently hosts baseball games.||01/04/2012||310|
|Northwoods League Baseball Teams. College League Summer Baseball at it's best. One of the premier College Summer Baseball Leagues ready to go for the 2007 season.||02/17/2007||430|
|Daegu Baseball Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Daegu, South Korea. It is currently used mostly for baseball games and is the home stadium of Samsung Lions. The stadium holds 13,941 people and was built in 1981.||05/10/2007||518|
|Ballparks of the 2008 German 1. League Baseball Teams. Mostly small, outlying places compared to the big stadiums in the US of A.|
Baseball isn't such a big thing here... ;)
|Carrara Oval, Gold Coast, Australia. Carrara has played host to many sports including Australian rules football, rugby league, rugby union, cricket and baseball. First home ground to the Brisbane Bears Australian Football League club, now Brisbane Lions.||10/24/2005||345|