List of ballparks used in film and television

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This list includes ballparks that may have been used as settings in filmmaking and television productions. Footage of actual sports events is most likely not included unless it was potentially used as stock footage or otherwise woven into a fictional storyline of a film or TV show. References are typically within the individual articles. This is not necessarily an exhaustive list.

Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, California
Astrodome, Houston
Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium, Atlanta
Bosse Field, Evansville, Indiana
Bush Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana
Candlestick Park, San Francisco, California
Citi Field, Queens, New York
Cleveland Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio
  • The Fortune Cookie, 1965 film - first of many films starring Jack Lemmon & Walter Matthau. Story about a CBS cameraman (Lemmon) knocked unconscious during a Cleveland Browns vs Minnesota Vikings game. His shyster lawyer brother-in-law (Matthau) sees opportunity for a windfall of money. Matthau won the Best Supporting Academy Award from this film. Directed by Billy Wilder.
  • Major League, 1989 film (primary setting, but only a few scenes were actually shot there)
College Park, Charleston, South Carolina
Comiskey Park, Chicago
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California
Dolphin Stadium, Miami, Florida
Doubleday Field, Cooperstown, New York
Durham Athletic Park, Durham, North Carolina
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, New York
  • Roogie's Bump , [2]
Ernie Shore Field, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts
Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Gilmore Field, Los Angeles, California
Grayson Stadium, Savannah, Georgia
Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C.
John O'Donnell Stadium, Davenport, Iowa
  • Sugar, 2008 film (many scenes)
League Stadium, Huntingburg, Indiana
Luther Williams Field, Macon, Georgia
Memorial Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee County Stadium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Major League, 1989 film (standing in for the primary setting of Cleveland Stadium)
Minute Maid Park, Houston, Texas
Nationals Park, Washington, District of Columbia
Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, California
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland
PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Arlington, Texas
Safeco Field, Seattle
Shea Stadium, Queens, New York
Sportsman's Park, St. Louis, Missouri
Tiger Stadium, Detroit, Michigan
Turner Field, Atlanta, Georgia
U. S. Cellular Field, Chicago
War Memorial Stadium, Buffalo, New York
Wrigley Field, Chicago
Wrigley Field, Los Angeles, California
Yankee Stadium I, Bronx, New York
Yankee Stadium II, Bronx, New York
Zephyr Field, Metairie, Louisiana

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  1. ^ Archived at Ghostarchive and the Wayback Machine: Mister Ed and the Dodgers. YouTube.
  2. ^ Roggie's Bump at IMDb Edit this at Wikidata
  3. ^ Archived at Ghostarchive and the Wayback Machine: Jerry Lewis as The Geisha Boy (1958) - Clip 5. YouTube.