Check out these articles on the state of today’s baseball facilities, including sneak peeks at upcoming parks, comparisons of World Series parks, and our ever-popular recap of the year in ballpark news.
For the more recent entries, you can add your own comments at the end … By the way, all articles and photo essays are by Webmaster Joe Mock unless otherwise noted — and all rights are reserved on both the text and photos.
We wrote an article for that provided a summary of each of the six new pro parks that opened in 2019. At the end, we announce the winner of our 20th Annual Ballpark of the Year.
The Milwaukee Brewers, City of Phoenix and the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority invested over $60 million in new spring training facilities. We were given an exclusive tour of the construction site that will be the home of the Amarillo Sod Poodles starting in April 2019.
Two of the three oldest parks in the Majors are the host sites of the 2018 Fall Classic.
For years, I’ve written articles that have appeared in the .
Since there were no new complexes for 2018, I wanted something different to write about.
Here I give you a behind-the-scenes look at the uplifting event A look around the home of the Rangers on July 30, 2017, the day Adrian Beltre had his 3,000th hit A shorter version of this article appeared in USA TODAY Sports Weekly.
Here is the unabridged version, with even more reasons Salt River changed spring training forever.
Check out our annual round-up of the year’s biggest stories!
Every autumn since 2003, Baseball has provided a comparison of the two ballparks in that year’s World Series.