List of Double-A baseball stadiums

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FNB Field, opened in 1987, home of the Eastern League's Harrisburg Senators.

There are 30 stadiums in use by Double-A Minor League Baseball teams. The Eastern League uses 12 stadiums, the Southern League uses 8, and Texas League uses 10. The oldest stadium is FirstEnergy Stadium (1951) in Reading, Pennsylvania, home of the Eastern League's Reading Fightin Phils. The newest stadiums are Toyota Field in Madison, Alabama, home of the Southern League's Rocket City Trash Pandas, and Riverfront Stadium in Wichita, Kansas, home of the Texas League's Wichita Wind Surge. Both of those stadiums opened in 2020, though no games were hosted that year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One stadium was built in the 1950s, two in the 1980s, eight in the 1990s, eleven in the 2000s, six in the 2010s, and two in the 2020s. The highest seating capacity is 10,486 at Hammons Field in Springfield, Missouri, where the Texas League's Springfield Cardinals play. The lowest capacity is 5,038 at Admiral Fetterman Field in Pensacola, Florida, where the Southern League's Pensacola Blue Wahoos play.

Stadiums[edit]

Eastern League[edit]

Name Team City State Opened Capacity Ref.
Canal Park Akron RubberDucks Akron Ohio 1997 7,630 [1]
The Diamond Richmond Flying Squirrels Richmond Virginia 1985 9,560 [2]
Dunkin' Park Hartford Yard Goats Hartford Connecticut 2017 6,121 [3]
FirstEnergy Stadium Reading Fightin Phils Reading Pennsylvania 1951 9,000 [4]
FNB Field Harrisburg Senators Harrisburg Pennsylvania 1987 6,187 [5]
Hadlock Field Portland Sea Dogs Portland Maine 1994 7,368 [6]
Mirabito Stadium Binghamton Rumble Ponies Binghamton New York 1992 6,012 [7]
Delta Dental Stadium New Hampshire Fisher Cats Manchester New Hampshire 2005 6,500 [8]
Peoples Natural Gas Field Altoona Curve Altoona Pennsylvania 1999 7,210 [9]
Prince George's Stadium Bowie Baysox Bowie Maryland 1994 10,000 [10]
TD Bank Ballpark Somerset Patriots Bridgewater New Jersey 1999 6,100 [11]
UPMC Park Erie SeaWolves Erie Pennsylvania 1995 6,000 [12]

Southern League[edit]

Name Team City State Opened Capacity Ref.
Admiral Fetterman Field Pensacola Blue Wahoos Pensacola Florida 2012 5,038 [13]
AT&T Field Chattanooga Lookouts Chattanooga Tennessee 2000 6,362 [14]
MGM Park Biloxi Shuckers Biloxi Mississippi 2015 6,076 [15]
Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium Montgomery Biscuits Montgomery Alabama 2004 7,000 [16]
Regions Field Birmingham Barons Birmingham Alabama 2013 8,500 [17]
Smokies Stadium Tennessee Smokies Kodak Tennessee 2000 6,412 [18]
Toyota Field Rocket City Trash Pandas Madison Alabama 2020 7,000 [19]
Trustmark Park Mississippi Braves Pearl Mississippi 2005 8,480 [20]

Texas League[edit]

Name Team City State Opened Capacity Ref.
Arvest Ballpark Northwest Arkansas Naturals Springdale Arkansas 2008 7,305 [21]
Dickey–Stephens Park Arkansas Travelers North Little Rock Arkansas 2007 7,200 [22]
Hammons Field Springfield Cardinals Springfield Missouri 2004 10,486 [23]
Hodgetown Amarillo Sod Poodles Amarillo Texas 2019 6,631 [24]
Momentum Bank Ballpark Midland RockHounds Midland Texas 2002 6,669 [25]
Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium San Antonio Missions San Antonio Texas 1994 9,200 [26]
ONEOK Field Tulsa Drillers Tulsa Oklahoma 2010 7,833 [27]
Riders Field Frisco RoughRiders Frisco Texas 2003 10,316 [28]
Riverfront Stadium Wichita Wind Surge Wichita Kansas 2020 10,000 [29]
Whataburger Field Corpus Christi Hooks Corpus Christi Texas 2005 7,050 [30]


Map[edit]

Current stadium locations:
  • Eastern League
  • Southern League
  • Texas League

Gallery[edit]

Eastern League[edit]

Southern League[edit]

Texas League[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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