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15 Oldest Baseball Stadiums

, / August 6, 2016
  1. Progressive Field


Located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, it is the home of the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball, and together with Quicken Loans Arena, is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex. Fans worldwide certainly have a very high opinion of this ballpark, ranking it as the best there is in a 2008 Sports Illustrated fan opinion poll. The ballpark was named Jacobs Field after team owners Richard and David Jacobs, from its inaugural season in 1994 until 2008, when its name was changed to Progressive Field after its naming rights were purchased by locally based Progressive Insurance Company.

  1. Rangers Ballpark in Arlington


Located in Arlington, Texas, it is the home of the Texas Rangers of the Major League Baseball, and also the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame. It opened in 1994. However, it was renamed after the Globe Life and Accident Insurance Company bought the naming rights to it on February 5, 2014.

  1. Coors Field


Located in Denver, Colorado, it opened on April 26, 1995, and is the home of Colorado Rockies. It is named for the Coors Brewing Company of Golden, Colorado, which purchased the naming rights to the park prior to its completion in 1995.

  1. Turner Field


This baseball park is located in Atlanta, Georgia. It opened on March 29, 1997, and has served as the home of the Atlanta Braves ever since.

  1. Chase Field


This ballpark is notable for being the first stadium built in the United States that features a retractable roof over a natural-grass playing surface. It is located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, and it opened on March 31, 1998.