What's the oldest baseball stadium in America?
That honor goes to Rickwood Field in Birmingham, Alabama. It was built in 1910, and over the years it hosted teams from the multiple minor leagues, the Negro Southern and Negro National Leagues, and Major League Baseball spring training. It still hosts occasional games today, most notably the annual Rickwood Classic.
Rickwood Field Located in Birmingham, Alabama, Rickwood Field is the oldest professional baseball park in the United States built-in 1910.
Wrigley Field, which was built in 1914. It is the only Major League ballpark to feature ivy on its outfield walls.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim stadium opened April 9, 1966, as the. The franchise’s first American League game was April 19, 1966, vs. the Chicago White Sox.
The O.Co Coliseum (originally the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum) has undergone several name changes since it first opened in 1968.
Kauffman Stadium were having hosted 70,638,469 fans since 1973.