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List of Baseball Parks by Capacity

The following is a list of baseball parks. They are ordered by capacity; which is the maximum number of spectators the stadium can accommodate. Currently all baseball parks with a capacity of 20,000 or more are included.

# Stadium Capacity City Country Home Team
1 Dodger Stadium 56,000[1] Los Angeles  United States Los Angeles Dodgers
2 Estadio Latinoamericano 55,000 Havana  Cuba Industriales, Metropolitanos
Tokyo Dome 55,000 Tokyo  Japan Yomiuri Giants
4 Sapporo Dome 53,796[2] Sapporo  Japan Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters
5 Rogers Centre 53,506[3] Toronto  Canada Toronto Blue Jays
6 Coors Field 50,445[4] Denver  United States Colorado Rockies
7 Yankee Stadium 50,291[5] New York City  United States New York Yankees
8 Chase Field 49,033[6] Phoenix  United States Arizona Diamondbacks
9 Oriole Park at Camden Yards 48,876[7] Baltimore  United States Baltimore Orioles
10 Koshien Stadium 47,808[8] Nishinomiya  Japan Hanshin Tigers
11 Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 47,170 Oakland  United States Oakland Athletics
12 T-Mobile Park 47,116[9] Seattle  United States Seattle Mariners
13 Busch Stadium 46,861[10] St. Louis  United States St. Louis Cardinals
14 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 45,050[11] Anaheim  United States Los Angeles Angels
15 Citizens Bank Park 43,500[12] Philadelphia  United States Philadelphia Phillies
16 Great American Ball Park 42,941[13] Cincinnati  United States Cincinnati Reds
17 Petco Park 42,445[14] San Diego  United States San Diego Padres
18 American Family Field 41,900[15] Milwaukee  United States Milwaukee Brewers
19 Nationals Park 41,888[16] Washington  United States Washington Nationals
20 Citi Field 41,800[17] New York City  United States New York Mets
21 Oracle Park 41,503[18] San Francisco  United States San Francisco Giants
22 Wrigley Field 41,160[19] Chicago  United States Chicago Cubs
23 Truist Park 41,149[20] Atlanta  United States Atlanta Braves
24 Comerica Park 40,950[21] Detroit  United States Detroit Tigers
Minute Maid Park 40,950[22] Houston  United States Houston Astros
26 Guaranteed Rate Field 40,615[23] Chicago  United States Chicago White Sox
27 Nagoya Dome 40,500 Nagoya  Japan Chunichi Dragons
28 Globe Life Field 40,300[24] Arlington  United States Texas Rangers
29 Howard J. Lamade Stadium 40,000 South Williamsport  United States None; hosts Little League World Series
30 Fenway Park 39,928[25] Boston  United States Boston Red Sox
31 Target Field 39,504 Minneapolis  United States Minnesota Twins
32 PNC Park 38,496[26] Pittsburgh  United States Pittsburgh Pirates
33 Kauffman Stadium 38,030[27] Kansas City  United States Kansas City Royals
34 Meiji Jingu Stadium 37,975 Tokyo  Japan Tokyo Yakult Swallows
35 Marlins Park 36,742 Miami  United States Miami Marlins
36 Osaka Dome 36,477 Osaka  Japan Orix Buffaloes
37 Seibu Dome 35,879 Tokorozawa  Japan Saitama Seibu Lions
38 Fukuoka Dome 35,695 Fukuoka  Japan Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks
39 Progressive Field 35,041[28] Cleveland  United States Cleveland Indians
40 Kobe Sports Park Baseball Stadium 35,000 Kobe  Japan some Orix Buffaloes games
41 Hiroshima Municipal Stadium 31,984 Hiroshima  Japan Hiroshima Toyo Carp
42 Muscat Stadium 30,670 Kurashiki  Japan
43 Sajik Baseball Stadium 30,543 Busan  South Korea Lotte Giants
44 Munhak Baseball Stadium 30,480 Incheon  South Korea SK Wyverns
45 Jamsil Baseball Stadium 30,265 Seoul  South Korea LG Twins, Doosan Bears
46 Botchan Stadium 30,136 Matsuyama  Japan Ehime Mandarin Pirates
47 Dennis Martínez National Stadium 30,100 Managua  Nicaragua Indios del Boer
48 Chiba Marine Stadium 30,000 Chiba  Japan Chiba Lotte Marines
Cinco de Septiembre Stadium 30,000 Cienfuegos  Cuba Cienfuegos
Estadio La Ceiba 30,000 San Félix  Venezuela
Iwaki Baseball Stadium 30,000 Fukushima  Japan
Kiyohara Baseball Stadium 30,000 Utsunomiya  Japan
Nagano Olympic Stadium 30,000 Nagano  Japan
Sun Marine Stadium 30,000 Miyazaki  Japan
Toyama Municipal Baseball Stadium Alpen Stadium 30,000 Toyama  Japan
Okinawa Cellular Stadium 30,000 Naha  Japan
Kamoike Ballpark 30,000 Kagoshima  Japan
Kusanagi Stadium 30,000 Shizuoka  Japan
Gifu Prefectural Baseball Stadium 30,000 Gifu  Japan
Fukushima Azuma Stadium 30,000 Fukushima  Japan
Victoria de Girón Stadium 30,000 Matanzas  Cuba Matanzas
Calixto García Íñiguez Stadium 30,000 Holguín  Cuba Holguín
Yokohama Stadium 30,000 Yokohama  Japan Yokohama BayStars
64 Daegu Samsung Lions Park 29,178 Daegu  South Korea Samsung Lions
65 Miyagi Baseball Stadium 28,000 Sendai  Japan Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles
66 Gwangju Baseball Stadium 27,000 Gwangju  South Korea Kia Tigers
Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey 27,000 Monterrey  Mexico Sultanes Monterrey
Estadio Nacional de Panamá 27,000 Panama City  Panama Diablos Rojos de Panamá; Panama national baseball team
69 Foro Sol 26,000 Mexico City  Mexico Diablos Rojos del México
70 Estadio Universitario 25,690 Caracas  Venezuela Leones del Caracas, Tiburones de La Guaira
71 Tropicana Field 25,000[29] St. Petersburg  United States Tampa Bay Rays
72 Suwon Baseball Stadium 25,000 Suwon  South Korea KT Wiz
Hitachinaka Baseball Stadium 25,000 Hitachinaka  Japan
Matsumoto Baseball Stadium 25,000 Matsumoto  Japan
Nagasaki Baseball Stadium 25,000 Nagasaki  Japan
Estadio Guillermón Moncada 25,000 Santiago de Cuba  Cuba Santiago de Cuba
77 TD Ameritrade Park 24,505 Omaha  United States Creighton University; also hosts College World Series (final round of NCAA championship)
78 Estadio Luis Aparicio El Grande 23,900 Maracaibo  Venezuela Águilas del Zulia
79 Estadio Metropolitano 22,000 San Cristóbal  Venezuela Cafetaleros del Táchira
Norwood Oval 22,000 Adelaide  Australia Adelaide Bite
81 Masan Baseball Stadium 21,885 Masan  South Korea NC Dinos
82 Estadio Antonio Herrera Gutiérrez 20,450 Barquisimeto  Venezuela Cardenales de Lara
83 Tachino Baseball Stadium 20,125 Akita  Japan
84 Taichung Intercontinental Baseball Stadium 20,035 Taichung  Taiwan Chinatrust Brothers
85 Chengching Lake Baseball Field 20,000 Kaohsiung  Taiwan
Chiyodai Baseball Stadium 20,000 Hakodate  Japan
Takasago Municipal Baseball Stadium 20,000 Takasago  Japan
Kagawa Prefectural Baseball Complex 20,000 Takamatsu  Japan Kagawa Olive Guyners
Estadio Cibao 20,000 Santiago de los Caballeros  Dominican Republic Aguilas Cibaeñas
Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium 20,000 Taoyuan City  Taiwan Lamigo Monkeys

See also

References

  1. ^ losangeles.dodgers.mlb.com
  2. ^ www.sapporo-dome.co.jp
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-10-06. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ colorado.rockies.mlb.com
  5. ^ newyork.yankees.mlb.com
  6. ^ arizona.diamondbacks.mlb.com
  7. ^ baltimore.orioles.mlb.com
  8. ^ www.hanshin.co.jp/koshien/
  9. ^ seattle.mariners.mlb.com
  10. ^ stlouis.cardinals.mlb.com
  11. ^ anaheim.angels.mlb.com
  12. ^ philadelphia.phillies.mlb.com
  13. ^ "reds.mlb.com". Archived from the original on 2008-05-10. Retrieved .
  14. ^ sandiego.padres.mlb.com
  15. ^ milwaukee.brewers.mlb.com
  16. ^ washington.nationals.mlb.com
  17. ^ newyork.mets.mlb.com
  18. ^ mlb.com
  19. ^ chicago.cubs.mlb.com
  20. ^ atlanta.braves.mlb.com
  21. ^ www.ballparks.com
  22. ^ houston.astros.mlb.com
  23. ^ chicago.whitesox.mlb.com
  24. ^ texas.rangers.mlb.com
  25. ^ www.boston.com
  26. ^ pittsburgh.pirates.mlb.com
  27. ^ kansascity.royals.mlb.com
  28. ^ Swain, Bart; Berry-Tripp, Court; Milowicki, Ryan; Zimmerman, Nina (April 3, 2017). 2018 Cleveland Indians Information and Record Book. Major League Baseball Advanced Media. p. 23. Retrieved 2018.
  29. ^ www.ballparks.com

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