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Baseball stadiums via Google Earth January 13, 2006

Posted by dr. gonzo in Sports.

For several days now I have been using the cool Google Earth (if you haven’t checked it out you really should) program to dig up satellite images of Major League Baseball stadiums, a free moment here and there and I found them all. They’re just kind of neat, I thought. There are even some older stadiums in there, some of the images of current stadiums aren’t that updated (like U.S. Cellular Field) but at PNC there is a game going on. The only stadium that wasn’t available in high res on Google Earth was Miller Park in Milwaukee, it fell just outside the realm of the city that was imaged in high res. The rest are there though.

Arizona Diamondbacks

Atlanta Braves

Baltimore Orioles

Boston Red Sox

Chicago Cubs

Chicago White Sox

Cincinnati Reds

Cleveland Indians

Colorado Rockies

Detroit Tigers

Tiger Stadium–this is sad really.

Florida Marlins

Houston Astros

Kansas City Royals & Chiefs

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Los Angeles Dodgers

Minnesota Twins

Montreal-Olympic Stadium

New York Mets

New York Yankees

Oakland Athletics

Pittsburgh Pirates–Look, a game.

Philadelphia Phillies-Vet remains.

San Diego-Qualcomm Stadium

San Diego Padres-Petco construction.

San Fran-old Candlestick/3Com.

San Francisco Giants

Seattle Mariners & Seahawks

St. Louis Cardinals

Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Texas Rangers

Toronto Blue Jays

Washington Nationals


1. reedster - January 15, 2006

Very cool… found this link from baseballgeeks.

Thanks for your work on these. I visited Tiger Stadium in 1993, and as much as I felt it was better suited as a hockey rink, it sure is sad to see it all dilapidated like that.

2. A Mc - January 16, 2006

Thanks, it is truly sad to see history fall apart like that. Nothing is more American than baseball. ;)

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