NL - National League
1 Comiskey Park II, built in 1991, was renamed U.S. Cellular Field in 2003.
2 Jacobs field, built in 1994, was renamed Progressive Field in 2008.
3 The Indians played on Sundays and holidays at Cleveland Stadium.
4 League Park, built in 1891 and renovated in 1910, was renamed Dunn Field from 1916-1927.
5 Navin Field, built in 1912, was renamed Briggs Stadium in 1938 and Tiger Stadium in 1961.
6 The Tigers played on Sundays and holidays at Bruns Park.
7 Royals Stadium, built in 1973, was renamed Kauffman Stadium in 1993 in honer of owner Ewing Kauffman.
8 Anaheim Stadium, built in 1966, was renamed Edison International Field in 1998 and Angel Stadium in 2004.
9 National Park, built in 1892 and rebuilt in 1911, was renamed Griffith Stadium in 1920.
10 Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, built in 1966, was renamed UMAX Coliseum for part of 1997 and 1998. The name reverted breifly back to Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in 1998 until it was renamed Network Associates Coliseum that same year. In 2005, the name was changed to McAfee Coliseum, reflecting the corporation's name change from the previous year. In 2008, the Coliseum reverted to its original name.
11 Shibe Park, built in 1909, was renamed Connie Mack Stadium in 1953.
12 The Ballpark in Arlington, built in 1994, was renamed Ameriquest Field in 2004 and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington in 2007.
13 D.C. Stadium, built in 1961, was renamed R.F.K. Stadium in 1969.
14 SkyDome, built in 1989, was renamed the Rogers Centre in 2005.
Special thanks to Michael Gershman, Sean Lahman, Philip J. Lowry and Lauren Zuckerman for their contributions to this list.
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