Last Updated on August 20, 2023 by Matt Musico
Whether you’re trying to keep track of where your favorite team is playing or you’d like to visit all 30 stadiums, you’ll find lots of use for an MLB Ballpark Map tracker. Whether it’s a poster or a checklist, they both provide an easy-to-read layout of current MLB ballparks. All it takes is one glance to see which squads play in a particular ballpark, and where that venue is located.
We have both of these options available for purchase at our Baseball Printable Shop on Etsy. You can check out the Baseball Stadium Map here, as well as the Baseball Stadium Bucket List Tracker here. Do you want to get both? You can get the bundle and score a little discount.
Just in case you need some convincing as to why these would be good additions to your baseball fandom, keep reading.
What is an MLB Ballpark Map?
An MLB Ballpark Map is a visual representation of all the Major League Baseball stadiums across the United States (and Canada). The map typically includes the names of each stadium and the team that plays there.
Looking at where MLB stadiums are located on a map makes it easier to figure out where you’d like to go next to keep crossing places off your baseball bucket list. These are essential tools for baseball fans who want to hit as many parks as possible in a single trip.
How Many MLB Ballparks Have You Visited?
I’ve got a couple of things going for me in this category. One is that I’ve lived in the northeast/New England area of the United States my whole life. It’s easy to get to a bunch of big-league parks just by hopping in the car. I’ve also gone on a handful of baseball-related trips where the goal was to check off stadiums we hadn’t seen before.
So, with those two advantages, I’ve been to 17 current MLB ballparks (19 if you want to include Old Yankee Stadium and Shea Stadium):
- loanDepot Park
- Citi Field
- Citizens Bank Park
- Nationals Park
- Wrigley Field
- Great American Ball Park
- American Family Field (but it’ll always be Miller Park to me)
- PNC Park
- Coors Field
- Oracle Park
- Oriole Park at Camden Yards
- Fenway Park
- Yankee Stadium
- Tropicana Field
- Progressive Field
- Comerica Park
- RingCentral Coliseum
Some of My Favorite Ballparks
I honestly haven’t been to a ballpark that I haven’t enjoyed. However, there are some that rise to the top from the standpoint of the overall experience.
I’m going to leave Citi Field out of this because I’m a Mets fan and the bias is impossible to ignore. Some of my other favorites, especially when it comes to the view, include PNC Park, Oracle Park, and Coors Field. If we’re talking about things to do around the ballpark before and after the game, I enjoyed my time at Citizens Bank Park, Great American Ball Park, Nationals Park, Camden Yards, Comerica Park, and Tropicana Field. And yes, I’m serious. I actually loved the Trop and want to go back.
While we’re on the topic, I also enjoyed going to the Coliseum, but for specific reasons. I went there over 10 years ago now. I was stuck in traffic on the Bay Bridge and got to the stadium about 15 minutes before first pitch. Despite that, I rolled right up and found a parking spot right next to the entrance. And by the time I sat down in center field, I realized I had the entire section to myself. There’s something very peaceful about just sitting there, eating food, having a beer, and enjoying a baseball game without a ton of commotion.
What Else to Know About Our MLB Ballpark Trackers
Like many hardcore baseball fans, my goal is to see a game at all 30 parks. As you can see, I’ve still got some work to do, and I’m looking forward to it. But sometimes, life gets in the way and you forget about the fun things you want to do in life.
Both the MLB Ballpark Map and Checklist Tracker are digital downloads. That means you’ll receive the file immediately after purchase so you can print it at home or your local print shop.
We recommend printing the map on high-quality matte paper. This poster is made with the original intention of being printed at 24×18 inches. However, it can also be printed out on the following dimensions: 8.5×11 inches (standard-sized paper) and 16×12 inches. The checklist can be printed on standard-sized paper.
Enjoy them, and we wish you endless amounts of fun on your next bucket list trip!
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