Evolution of Baseball Ballparks

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140 years of baseball stadium design and evolution -- Evolution of Major League Baseball Ballparks charts stadium design, from the start of the National League in 1876 to the present day. Five large hand-drawn ballpark illustrations detail the evolution of each generation of baseball stadiums.

The timeline shows the history of every stadium name change and key events that triggered each new wave of construction. The illustrations featured for each generation include: Polo Grounds III, New York; Shibe Park, Philadelphia; RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.; Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore; and Marlins Park at Miami.