MIDEAST BASEBALL STADIUMS
Rogers Centre - Toronto Blue Jays
Rogers Centre is a multi-use venue that opened in 1989 and houses the Toronto Blue Jays as well as the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL. You'll also find other events from concerts to trade shows and even hosting games for the Buffalo Bills. The stadium can seat more than 49,000 for a baseball or football game.
Comerica Park - Detroit Tigers
Comerica Park is a great urban ballpark located in the heart of Downtown Detroit. Opened in 2000, the park includes tiger statues to greet you at the entrance as well as a ferris wheel and a carousel inside.
Great American - Cincinnati Reds
Great American Ball Park is one of the most family friendly in the country Featuring bounce houses, a mini-field, a playground, and other activities for the kids! Take your choice between an outfield walk along the river, kids zone, Skyline Chili Dogs or barbecue from the Smoke Shack in the right field corner.
Progressive Field - Cleveland Indians
Built in the heart of downtown Cleveland in 1994, Progressive Field is the premiere home of the Cleveland Indians. Formerly called “Jacob’s Field” or “The Jake,” this ballpark is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex where Quicken Loans Arena, home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, also stands.
PNC Park - Pittsburgh Pirates
PNC Park has a great view of Pittsburgh’s skyline and overlooks the Roberto Clemente Bridge which is only open to foot traffic on game days. Pirate’s fans love this static atmosphere as well as the Primanti Bros. sandwiches which are loaded with french fries and cole slaw.