World Series Rangers Cardinals Baseball

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ver wonder how it felt to play the Texas Rangers in Game 7 of the World Series? Or face the American League’s finest at the 2009 All Star Game?

Our premier field at Ballparks of America is a celebration of Missouri’s hometown baseball spirit.

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he beloved St. Louis Cardinals have played in downtown St. Louis since 1966. During this time, the club has played at three different ballparks.

First Sportsman’s Park (renamed Busch Stadium in 1953) in North St. Louis; then the circular, multipurpose Busch Stadium II starting in 1966; and the current version of Busch Stadium beginning in 2006.

Old Busch Stadium

One of a Kind Experience

Our signature St. Louis Stadium measures a sprawling 235’ to corners and 265’ to center, drawing from the entire history of Missouri baseball to create an unforgettable park, complete with terra cotta infield, sunken dugouts, and an arch in the outfield turf.

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his showcase stadium also features a seating capacity of 500, along with great elevated sight lines from the upper deck catwalk down both the left and right field lines.

EXPERIENCE THE MAJOR LEAGUES
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Seating Capacity
Chicago Field 5 (2)
Chicago Field
Chicago Field

Now that the World Series drought is over, the ivy looks greener in the Friendly Confines.

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Boston Field4 (2)
Boston Park
Boston Park

The Little Monster awaits all you long ball hitters.

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Detroit Stadium 2 (2)
Detroit Stadium
Detroit Stadium

Get ready for some Motor City Magic.

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Brooklyn Field (2)
Brooklyn Field
Brooklyn Field

Ebbets Field returns to its old glory like the Dodgers never left.

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