Its time to turn our panoramic attention toward the National League.
Scroll down to find: Chase Field, Great American Ball Park, Wrigley Field, PNC Park, Miller Park, Citizens Bank Park, Citi Field, Shea Stadium, and Nationals Park.
Coming later in 2010: AT&T Park, Dodger Stadium, Petco Park and more of many of the above.
Chase Field – Arizona Diamondbacks
Chase Field section 115 (left) and section 114 (right):
Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles Dodgers (1962-present)
AT&T Park – San Francisco Giants (2000-present)
Petco Park – San Diego Padres (2004-present)
Wrigley Field – Chicago Cubs
Wrigley Field section 422 (approximately):
Wrigley Field section section 235, Row 11, Seat 4 (obstructed view of second base):
Great American Ball Park – Cinncinati Reds
Great American Ball Park section 140, row Z:
PNC Park – Pittsburgh Pirates
PNC Park from atop the standing area spiral concourse:
Miller Park – Milwaukee Brewers
Miller Park section 422:
Citizens Bank Park – Philadelphia Phillies
Citizens Bank Park section 421 (left) and section 420 (right):
Citizens Bank Park section 423:
Citi Field – New York Mets
Citi Field from Willets Point subway platform (7-Train):
Citi Field section 15 in the Sterling Club seats:
Citi Field section 12 (left) and section 11(right) in the Sterling Club seats:
Citi Field section 526 row 9 seats 14-15:
Shea Stadium – New York Mets
Shea Stadium upper reserve section 10, row M, seat 7:
Shea Stadium mezzanine section 19, row A, seat 7:
Nationals Park – Washington Nationals
Nationals Park section 316:
Nationals Park section 101 (left) and section 102 (right):
There you go. That is every NL panoramic ballpark view I have created and posted on our blog so far. I love doing these, so check back in the future and there will be some new panaramics mixed in with these one.
Here is something different. Picture-after-picture-after-picture of MLB baseball fields — every panoramic photo we have posted throughout our American League game entries all combined in one place, broken down by division, stadium, seating section and (if possible) row.
I started this with the intention of combining all AL and NL stadiums. However, the entry just got too long. So I’m splitting it up. The National League entry will be posted soon.
Scroll down to find: Safeco Field, H.H.H. Metrodome, Progressive Field, U.S. Cellular Field, Fenway Park, Camden Yards, Rogers Centre, Yankee Stadium (2009), and Yankee Stadium (1923).
Coming later in 2010: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Angel Stadium of Anaheim, and more of many of the above.
Safeco Field – Seattle Mariners
Safeco Field section 137:
Additional A.L. West Stadiums Coming in 2010:
Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim Angels of Orange County, CA (1966-present)
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum– Oakland Athletics (1966-present)
H.H.H. Metrodome – Minnesota Twins
H.H.H. Metrodome section 100, row 8, seats 23-24:
Progressive Field (“The Jake”)
Cleveland Indians (1994-present)
Progressive Field section 577 (back row):
U.S. Cellular Field (formerly Comiskey Park)
Chicago White Sox (1991-present (renovated in 2001))
U.S. Cellular Field section 533 (left) & section 531 (right) (back row):
Fenway Park – Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park centerfield exterior from Ispwich Street:
Baltimore Orioles (1992-present)
Camden Yards section 336 (left) and section 334 (right) (back row):
Camden Yards section 33 (back row):
Camden Yards exterior main entrance:
Camden Yards section 96 (from cross aisle behind back row):
Camden Yards section 4:
Rogers Centre (formerly “Skydome”)
Toronto Blue Jays (1989-present)
Rogers Centre section 104, row 1, seats 107:
Yankee Stadium – New York Yankees
Yankee Stadium section 121A:
Yankee Stadium section 201, batters’ eye obstructed view, section 239:
Yankee Stadium section 231 (approximately) standing room behind back row:
Yankee Stadium – New York Yankees
(1923-2008 (renovated 1973-76))
Yankee Stadium (1923) tier 14, row F, seat 18:
Yankee Stadium (1923) section 24:
Yankee Stadium (1923) section 299 (approximately):
Yankee Stadium (1923) – preparing for the afterlife in 2009:
There you go, that is all of my American League panoramic pictures from the last year of Cook & Son Bats’ Blog. We’ve seen a lot of great sights at the “ballpark.” I’ hope you’ve enjoyed our American League installment. Our National League panoramas will hit the internet in a couple weeks after we finish off the 2008 season with three more games in three different ballparks in three different states. Stay tuned.