Have you ever wondered where your favorite Major League Baseball team’s stadium is located or how many people can watch a game from inside? Find all this information (and more) in this interactive map of MLB teams!
But don’t stop there! Keep reading to learn the locations of all 30 MLB team stadiums and a little history about your favorite teams along the way.
National League Teams
The National League of Professional Baseball Clubs, known as the National League (NL), is one of the two leagues in Major League Baseball today. It is sometimes called the “Senior Circuit” to differentiate it from the American League — the other league of Major League Baseball.
It currently has a total of 15 teams and three divisions. These are National League East, National League West, and National League Central, and each division has five teams.
National League East
Founded as the “Boston Red Stockings” in Boston, MA, in 1871, the Braves is America's oldest continuously operating professional sports club. Before settling in Atlanta (and beginning as the “Atlanta Braves”), the Braves played in Milwaukee as the “Milwaukee Braves” from 1953-1965.
The Braves play their games at Truist Park, a gorgeous stadium just 10 miles north of downtown Atlanta in the unincorporated community of Cumberland.
Location: 755 Battery Ave, Atlanta, GA 3033
The Miami Marlins began in 1993 as the Florida Marlins and played their games at Joe Robbie Stadium, home of the National Football League (NFL) Miami Dolphins. The Marlins were the first team to win the World Series as a wild card in their first run in the postseason in 1997.
LoanDepot Park is the home to the Miami Marlins and the sixth MLB stadium to have a retractable roof. It is also the smallest stadium in MLB by actual capacity and the third-smallest by official capacity.
Location: 501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125
New York Mets
The New York Mets are one of the two Major League Baseball clubs based in New York City (the other being the AL New York Yankees). The team's colors evoke those of the two departed NL teams that they replaced when the team was founded in 1962. The blue comes from the Brooklyn Dodgers, and the orange comes from the New York Giants.
The Mets currently play at Citi Field, which was opened in 2009 as a replacement for the Shea Stadium, where the Mets played from 1964 to 2008.
Location: 41 Seaver Way, Flushing, NY 11368
Founded in 1883, the Philadelphia Phillies have had an incredibly long history in baseball. The Phillies were the first American sports franchise to have 10,000 losses, and they have held the world record for most losses by a single team in all professional sports.
Citizens Bank Park has been the home of the Phillies since it opened in 2004. It replaced the now-demolished Veterans Stadium, a multipurpose football and baseball stadium.
Location: One Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148
The Washington Nationals franchise was founded in 1969 as the “Montreal Expos” as part of a four-team expansion but was purchased by MLB after a failed contraction plan. They are the eighth MLB franchise to be placed in Washington, D.C.
Home to the Washington Nationals since 2008, Nationals Park stadium resides in Washington, D.C.’s Navy Yard neighborhood. It was also the first LEED-certified green major professional stadium.
Location: 1500 South Capitol St, SE Washington, DC 20003-1507
National League West
The Arizona Diamondbacks, commonly known as the D-backs, are one of the newest teams in MLB, alongside the Tampa Bay Rays. The franchise was established in 1995 and began playing in 1998.
The Arizona Diamondbacks play at Chase Field, a retractable-roof stadium that has been their home field since it opened in 1998 — the year the D-backs debuted as an expansion team.
Location: 401 East Jefferson St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
The Rockies began, in 1993, as an expansion team and played their first two seasons at Mile High Stadium. They are also known as “the Rox” and “the Blake Street Bombers.” From 1993 to 2022, the Rockies held a 46.9% winning percentage based on their overall record of 2,201–2,495.
Since 1995, the Rockies have played their home games at Coors Field — a stadium that has earned a reputation as a hitter’s park.
Location: 2001 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205-2000
Capacity: 46,897 (50,144 with standing room)
Los Angeles Dodgers
Though currently the Los Angeles Dodgers, the team was first established in 1883 in Brooklyn and joined the NL in 1890 as the Brooklyn Bridegrooms. The team held many other names before finally settling on “Brooklyn Dodgers” in 1932 through 1957. In 1958, the team relocated to Los Angeles and was renamed to reflect their new home.
The Dodgers play their current home games in Dodger Stadium and have used this stadium since it opened in 1962. Dodger Stadium is the largest baseball stadium by capacity and the oldest baseball stadium west of the Mississippi River (as well as the third oldest overall).
Location: 1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
San Diego Padres
Founded in 1969, the Padres are one of two MLB teams in California actually to originate from the state — the other is the Los Angeles Angels. The Padres were the only team in California to have never won a World Series as of 2023.
The Padres play their home games at Petco Park in downtown San Diego, California. The stadium has also been used for concerts, golf, football, rugby, and soccer.
Location: 100 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101
San Francisco Giants
The San Francisco Giants were founded as the New York Gothams in 1883 but changed their name to the New York Giants just three years later. After relocating to San Francisco in 1958, they were renamed again to the San Francisco Giants. They are one of the most successful and oldest professional baseball teams in history and bolster more wins than any other team in American sports.
Oracle Park has served as the Giant’s home stadium since 2000. It was previously named Bell Park, SBC Park, and AT&T Park and hosted professional and collegiate football games.
Location: 24 Willie Mays Plz, San Francisco, CA 94107
National League Central
The Chicago Cubs are one of two MLB teams in Chicago, the other being the Chicago White Sox, and are known as “the North Siders” in Chicago as a reference to the location of their home field.
The Cubs play their home games at Wrigley Field, located on the North Side of Chicago, and have since 1917.
Location: 1060 West Addison, Chicago, IL 60613-4397
The Cincinnati Reds joined the NL in 1890 and played in the NL West division from 1969 to 1993. In 1994, they joined the Central division and were known as the “Big Red Machine” in the 1970s when they were considered one of the most dominant teams in the league.
Since 2003, the Reds have held their home games at Great American Ball Park. This stadium replaced the Red’s previous home field from 1970-2002, Cinergy Field (AKA Riverfront Stadium).
Location: 100 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202-4109
Founded in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots, the team relocated to Milwaukee and became known as the “Milwaukee Brewers” in reference to the brewing industry the city is known for. In 1998, they joined the NL, and they are the only franchise to play in four different divisions since the beginning of divisional play in MLB in 1969.
American Family Field is the home of the Milwaukee Brewers and has been since it opened in 2001 as a replacement for Milwaukee County Stadium. It was previously called Miller Park.
Location: One Brewers Way, Milwaukee, WI 53214
The Pittsburgh Pirates joined the NL in 1887 and played as a member of the East division from 1969 to 1993. At the start of the 20th century, the Pirates were viewed among the best baseball teams. They are often called the “Bucs” or “Buccos.”
Since 2001, the Pirates have played their home games at PNC Park, a baseball stadium located on the North Shore of Pittsburgh, PA.
Location: 115 Federal St, Pittsburgh, PA 15212
St. Louis Cardinals
The Cardinals are one of the oldest (founded in 1881) and most successful professional baseball clubs. They have won 11 World Series championships, second only to the New York Yankees.
The Cardinals play their home games at Busch Stadium in St. Louis and have since the stadium was opened in 2006 as a replacement for the old Busch Memorial Stadium. Because of this, many refer to this stadium as “New Busch Stadium” or “Busch Stadium III.”
Location: 700 Clark St, St. Louis, MO 63102
American League Teams
Like the National League (NL), the American League of Professional Baseball Clubs, commonly known as the American League (AL), is the second league within Major League Baseball. It has 15 teams split evenly between three divisions. These are American League East, American League West, and American League Central.
The American League is sometimes called the “Junior Circuit” as it claimed Major League status in 1901. This was 25 years after the National League, AKA the “Senior Circuit,” was formed.
American League East
The Baltimore Orioles began in 1901 as one of the eight American League charter teams. The team spent its first year as the Milwaukee Brewers before moving to St. Louis to play as the St. Louis Browns in 1902. In 1953, the team moved to Baltimore and took the name “Orioles” in honor of Maryland’s state bird.
The Baltimore Orioles play their home games from Oriole Park at Camden Yards. This stadium is commonly known as Camden Yards and is the first of the “retro” MLB stadiums constructed in the ‘90s to early 2000s.
Location: 333 West Camden St, Baltimore, MD 21201
Boston Red Sox
As one of the AL charter teams in 1901, the team was called the “Boston Red Socks” in reference to the previous teams known as the “Boston Red Stockings.”
Fenway Park has been the home of the Red Sox since 1912 and is the oldest active ballpark in MLB, though it did undergo significant renovations in 1934 as well as in the 21st century. It is the fifth-smallest MLB field by seating capacity and second-smallest by total capacity.
Location: 4 Jersey St, Boston, MA 02215
Capacity: 37,305 (day), 37,755 (night)
New York Yankees
Founded in 1903, the Yankees are based in the New York City borough of the Bronx. Today, the Yankees are arguably one of the most successful professional baseball teams in the United States and have set three MLB records for most wins, including 27 World Series championships.
The Yankees have played their home games at the new Yankee stadium since they moved there in 2009. Yankee Stadium replaced the original Yankee Stadium and is used today as a baseball and soccer stadium.
Location: One East 161 St, Bronx, NY 10451
Tampa Bay Rays
The Tampa Bay Rays began playing in the 1998 MLB season as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Their chief rivals are the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, and they also bolster an in-state rivalry with the NL Miami Marlins.
Tropicana Field, commonly known as “the Trop,” is a domed multipurpose stadium in St. Petersburg, FL. It has been the home of the Tampa Bay Rays since its first season in 1998 and is also used for college football.
Location: One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33705
Toronto Blue Jays
The Toronto Blue Jays are the only Canadian professional baseball team currently to play in MLB. Based in Toronto, this team competes in the East division of the American League. The club was initially founded in 1977.
The Blue Jays play their home games at Rogers Center in downtown Toronto, ON. The stadium is known for being the first with a fully motorized retractable roof and a 348-room hotel attached to it.
Location: 1 Blue Jays Way, Suite 3200, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V1J1
American League West
Today, the Houston Astros compete in the AL West division, but until 2013 they competed in the National League. The team was established as the Houston Colt .45s but changed their name to the “Astros” three years after entering the NL in 1962.
Since opening in 2000, Minute Maid Park (nicknamed “the Juice Box”) has been the home of the Houston Astros. This retractable roof stadium has a natural grass playing field and was built to replace the Astros’ previous ground, the Astrodome, the first-ever domed stadium built.
Location: 501 Crawford St, Houston, TX 77002
Los Angeles Angels
The Los Angeles Angels were founded in 1961 in Los Angeles and were the first MLB team to originate in California. In 1966, the team moved to Anaheim and went through a series of name changes, including the “Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim” from 2005 to 2015.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim has been the home of the Lost Angeles Angels since it opened in 1966. This stadium is better known as “Angel Stadium” or “the Big A” and is the fourth oldest active ballpark in the United States.
Location: 2000 Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, CA 92806
Founded in 1901 as one of MLB AL’s eight charter teams, the Oakland Athletics began in Philadelphia as the “Philadelphia Athletics.” The team then moved to Kansas City in 1955 and Oakland in 1968.
Oakland Coliseum is a multi-purpose stadium that was the home of the NFL team, the Oakland Raiders. The Oakland Athletics have used this stadium to host their home games since 1968.
Location: 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, CA 94621
Capacity: 46,847 (expandable to 56,782)
The Seattle Mariners joined the American League as an expansion team in 1977. The team is nicknamed “the M’s,” and the name “Mariners” is in reference to the prevalence of marine culture in Seattle.
Since 1999, the Seattle Mariners have played their home games at T-Mobile Park, a retractable roof stadium in Seattle, WA. The stadium was built just south of the Kingdome, the Mariner’s original stadium.
Location: 1250 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134
Taking inspiration from a historic law enforcement agency in their current name, the Texas Rangers were initially founded as the Washington Senators in 1961. But, after the 1971 season, the team moved to Arlington and debuted as the Rangers in 1972.
The Texas Rangers play their home games at Globe Life Field, a retractable roof stadium in Arlington, TX. This stadium is just south of the Rangers’ former home field, Choctaw Stadium.
Location: 734 Stadium Dr, Arlington, TX 76011
American League Central
Chicago White Sox
As one of the AL’s eight charter franchises, the Chicago White Sox was established as an MLB club in 1900, though at the time, they were known as the Chicago White Stockings. They shortened their name to their current name in 1904. They are commonly known as “the South Siders” in Chicago due to their location.
The White Sox host their home games at Guaranteed Rate Field, previously known as Comiskey Park and US Cellular Field. The stadium was built across the street from where the original Comiskey stadium was located.
Location: 333 West 35th St, Chicago, IL 60616
The Cleveland Guardians began in 1894 as the Grand Rapids Rippers — a minor league team based in Michigan that played in the Western League. In 1900, the team relocated to Cleveland. The Western League became the American League, and in 1901 when the AL declared itself a major league, Cleveland was one of the eight charter franchises of the AL.
Progressive Field is home to the Cleveland Guardians MLB team. It is a part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex and was ranked as MLB’s best stadium in 2008 by a fan poll. In 1994, it opened as Jacobs Field but was renamed Progressive Field in 2008. Many fans still call the stadium “the Jake” in reference to its original name.
Location: 2401 Ontario St, Cleveland, OH 44115
The Detroit Tigers was one of the eight charter franchises of the AL in 1901 but began in 1894 as a minor league Western League member. Today, The team is the only Western League team still in its original city and the oldest franchise in the AL that has had only one name and played in only one city.
Comerica Park has been the home of the Detroit Tigers since 2000, after they left their previous stadium, Tiger Stadium. It is located in downtown Detroit and sits on the site of what once was the Detroit College of Law.
Location: 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
Kansas City Royals
Founded as an expansion franchise in 1969, the Kansas City Royals compete in the AL Central division. The team has played in the World Series four times, won two, and lost the other two.
Since 1973, the Royals have played their home games at Kauffman Stadium, though it was called Royals Stadium until 1993. The stadium is often seen as one of the best examples of modernist stadium design and was built specifically for baseball.
Location: One Royal Way, Kansas City, MO 64129
The team known as the Minnesota Twins today was initially established as the Washington Senators in Washington, D.C., in 1901. At the start of the 1961 season, the team moved to Minnesota and became the Twins. Currently, the team is called “the Twins” or “Twinkies.”
Since opening in 2010, Target Field has been the home field of the Minnesota Twins MLB team. The open-air stadium has hosted many local and regional baseball events, in addition to football, hockey, and soccer games, as well as concerts.
Location: 1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, MN 55403
This interactive map of MLB teams is the perfect resource for any baseball fan looking to learn more about their favorite (or even rival) teams and their stadiums. If you plan to tour a stadium, watch your team play a game this season, or even plan a road trip, this map has everything you need to know.
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