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Home Ballpark of St. Louis Cardinals – Busch Stadium

BuschIntroduction

The Major League Baseball (MLB) Park, Busch Stadium, is located in St. Louis, Missouri, United States, and is a home baseball park of the MLB team St. Louis Cardinals. It is the third stadium to carry the name Busch in St. Louis. Sportsman Park was the first stadium, opened in 1953 and closed in 1966, which was renamed to Busch Stadium in the honor of former team owner Gussie Busch.

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Progressive Field – Ballpark of the Cleveland Indians

Jacobs FieldIntroduction

Progressive Field was also known as Jacobs Field (in the honor of former team owner David and Richard Jacobs) or The Jack. On January 11, 2008, Progressive Corporation purchased the naming rights at a cost of $57.6 million for 16 years, and later its name was changed to Progressive Field. It is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, and is the home ballpark of the American League team Cleveland Indians.

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Home Stadium of the Baltimore Orioles – Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Oriole ParkIntroduction

The Major League Baseball (MLB) Park, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, is the home ballpark of the American League East Division team Baltimore Orioles. Eli Jacobs, former Orioles owner, wanted to name the new field Oriole Park, whereas William Donald Schaefer (former Maryland Governor) preferred Camden Yards. At last, they settled on Oriole Park at Camden Yards. This ballpark is also referred as Camden Yards, and is located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

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Safeco Field – Home Ballpark of the Seattle Mariners

Safeco FieldIntroduction

Safeco Field is a retractable roof (a roof which can be mechanically deployed from some retracted position) baseball park situated in the Seattle, Washington, United States. Safeco Field, also referred as SAFECO Field or The Safe, is the home ballpark of the Major League Baseball (MLB) team Seattle Mariners. It was opened on July 15, 1999, and is operated and owned by the Washington-King County Stadium Authority.

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The Home Baseball Park of the San Diego Padres – Petco Park

PetcoIntroduction

Petco Park, the home ballpark of Major League Baseball (MLB) team San Diego Padres, is situated in downtown San Diego, California, United States. Before the Petco Park, Qualcomm Stadium was shared by the San Diego Padres with the National Football League (NFL) team San Diego Chargers. Petco Park was originally scheduled to open for the 2002 season, but the construction was postponed due to some political and legal reason, and therefore, it was opened on April 8, 2004.

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