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Comprehensive Team and Park List for MVP 05

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Here's a list of every team that has played in the Major Leagues since 1900, the park in which they played, and whether it is currently available in MVP 2005.

bold parks have not yet been created.

italics mean a park is created, but requires serious modification to make it accurate.

underlined parks are available on this site.

red parks have been created.

blue parks exist natively in the game but require graphical updates.

green parks are WIP.

The I/II etc. notations show different variations on a specific park. For a complete list, I suggest you visit http://www.andrewclem.com/Baseball/index.shtml for more information.

Anaheim Angels: Wrigley Field (LA), Chavez Ravine, Anaheim Stadium I, Anaheim Stadium II, Angel Stadium

Arizona Diamondbacks: Chase Field

Atlanta Braves: Atlanta Fulton-County Stadium, Turner Field

Baltimore Orioles: Baltimore Memorial Stadium I / II, Camden Yards

Boston Red Sox: Braves Field I, Fenway Park I, Fenway Park 1934-1938, Fenway Park 1939-1987, Fenway Park 1988-2003, Fenway Park 2004-current

Boston Braves: Braves Field I,Braves Field II

Brooklyn Dodgers: Ebbets Field

Chicago Cubs: Wrigley Field II, Wrigley Field III ,Wrigley Field Classic,Wrigley Field 2007

Chicago Whales*: Wrigley Field I

Chicago White Sox: Comiskey Park, US Cellular Field

Cincinnati Reds: Crosley Field, Riverfront Stadium, Cinergy Field, Great American Ballpark

Cleveland Indians: League Park, Municipal Stadium I / II, Jacobs Field

Colorado Rockies: Mile High Stadium, Coors Field

Detroit Tigers: Briggs Stadium, Tiger Stadium, Comerica Park

Florida Marlins: Dolphins Stadium

Houston Astros: Astrodome, Minute Maid Park

Houston Colt .45's: Colt Stadium

Kansas City Athletics: Municipal Stadium

Kansas City Royals: Municipal Stadium, Kauffman Stadium

LA Dodgers: LA Coliseum, Chavez Ravine I,Chavez Ravine II

Milwaukee Braves: County Stadium I

Milwaukee Brewers: ]County Stadium I, County Stadium II, Miller Park

Minnesota Twins: Metropolitan Stadium, Metrodome

Montreal Expos: Jarry Park, Stade Olympique, Hiram Birthorn Stadium

New York Giants: Polo Grounds I, II Polo Grounds III, IV

New York Highlanders:Polo Grounds IV

New York Mets: Polo Grounds IV, Shea Stadium

New York Yankees: Yankee Stadium I, Yankee Stadium II,Yankee Stadium III, Yankee Stadium IV, Shea Stadium

Oakland Athletics: Oakland Coliseum I, Network Associates Coliseum

Philadelphia Athletics: Baker Bowl, Shibe Park

Philadelphia Phillies: Baker Bowl, Shibe Park, Veterans Stadium, Citizens Bank Park

Pittsburgh Pirates: Forbes Field, Three Rivers Stadium, PNC Park

San Diego Padres: Jack Murphy Stadium I / II, Qualcomm Stadium, Petco Park

San Francisco Giants: Seals Stadium, Candlestick Park I, Candlestick Park II, SBC Park

Seattle Mariners: Kingdome, Safeco Field

Seattle Pilots: Sicks Stadium

St. Louis Browns: Sportsman's Park IV

St. Louis Cardinals: Sportsman's Park IV, Busch Stadium Classic, Busch Stadium II, Busch Stadium III

TB Devil Rays: Tropicana Field

Texas Rangers: Arlington Stadium, Ameriquest Field

Toronto Blue Jays: Exhibition Stadium, Skydome

Washington Nationals: RFK Stadium II

Washington Senators: Griffith Stadium, RFK Stadium I

* Federal League

This should give a good list of what is done, and what is still needed to get everything in MVP. Corrections and updates are appreciated.

Edit: 7/13/05 - added Jack Murphy Stadium I and II, Miller Park, underlining, blue and red colored entries.

Edit: 2/27/06 - Added green as WIP and updated the list.

Edit: 2/17/07 - Added Riverfront, Fulton County, Three Rivers and Griffith to the available list, changed Wrigley Field classic to WIP, reverted LA Wrigley to unavailable from WIP.

Edit: 2/19/07 - Changed Angel Stadium and Kauffman Stadium to WIP.

Edit: 2/25/07 - Changed Wrigley Field Classic, Crosley Field and Angel Stadium to released, updated Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox. Cleaned up entire list for consistency.

Edit: 3/2/07 - added Kingdome as complete, made Candlestick WIP.

Edit: 3/3/07 - added Arlington Stadium as complete.

Edit: 3/4/07 - Added Exhibition Stadium as complete.

Edit: 3/11/07 - Added LA Wrigley Field as complete.

Edit: 5/30/07 - Changed Oakland Coliseum to released, and Comiskey Park as WIP.

Edit: 8/3/07 - Added Comiskey as complete, changed a few entries.

Edit: 8/10/07 - Added Colt Stadium and Sick's Stadium.

Edit: 7/14/08 - Updated list (WIPs, etc)

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Wouldn't it be awsome if we had them all? " Build them and they will come"

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The Milwaukee Brewers currently play in Miller Park, not County Stadium II.

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Would love to see a Baker Bowl mod. I think Griffith would work well as a base.

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You list San Diego incorrectly. The stadium in MVP 2005 is QUALCOMM STADIUM, the modification of the park following the Super Bowl. It expanded the upperdeck around the right field area. Jack Murphy Stadium, the original park, did not have the upperdeck rightfield seats.

I figured if you seperated Anaheim Stadium I and II, may as well seperate the Murph from the... um... Qualcomm.

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jg2977, my error, forgot to list Miller Park, thanks for catching it.

polarisslbm, Thanks, I was unaware any modifications ever took place there, but looking at Andrew Clem's site I was clearly mistaken. It's been fixed.

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The Oakland A's stadium is now called McAfee Coliseum but it's the same one as Network Associates

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Uh, Cleveland never played in Memorial Stadium, They Played in Cleveland Municipal Staduim.

Riverfront Stadium and Cinergy Field were the same park it was just renamed.

The Rangers Stadium full name was The Ballpark at Arlington

The Skydome is now Rogers Centre

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Uh, Cleveland never played in Memorial Stadium, They Played in Cleveland Municipal Staduim.

Riverfront Stadium and Cinergy Field were the same park it was just renamed.

The Rangers Stadium full name was The Ballpark at Arlington

The Skydome is now Rogers Centre

I fixed the Memorial to be Municipal, that was my mistake. As for the others, I use different names for the same place to denote the different physical configurations. Riverfront Stadium was the full version, while Cinergy is what I denote as the 2000 version with the removed seating area. Skydome hasn't physically changed in terms of seating or field layout, so Skydome works fine for me.

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polarisslbm, Thanks, I was unaware any modifications ever took place there, but looking at Andrew Clem's site I was clearly mistaken. It's been fixed.

No problemo! I am happy to help. :)

Also, about Riverfront/Cinergy... in the game, despite the huge massive amount of seats removed, Cinergy has natural grass (Riverfront had artificial turf... Tartanturf I believe, but that is juts from memory...). Plus Cinergy clearly has the new stadium being built beyond the left field fence, a super no-no for recreating the Big Red Machine! :)

And I quite enjoy Clem's site, even if it IS highly opinionated... :)

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8/24/05 - Changed Edison International Field from graphic-updated to still in need of modification, since the protest version is purposely inaccurate. Added Network Associates Coliseum to graphically updated list.

polaris-

Yeah, Clem isn't afraid to let his feelings known, and though I disagree with his politics fiercely, his layouts are ridiculously great. As for making Riverfront Stadium proper a reality, it would sadly only be possible by modifying the Vet, and that alone would require some intensive changes. It's kind of a shame that Three Rivers, Atlanta Fulton County Stadium and Riverfront aren't in the game, since they would've been pretty easy to create once they made the Vet.

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it's angel stadium actually, edison backed out of naming rights a few years back.

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Arlington should be a fairly easy stadium to create in o-edit compared to some other one's i've seen. I however have no idea how to make changes using o-edit.

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The Colt .45s played in Colt Stadium before they were the Astros and before the Astrodome was built:

http://www.astrosdaily.com/history/sound/k.html

--Eric

I listed the Colt .45's seperately from the Astros, since the name switch came with the stadium switch.

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It will nice if someone can do the Kingdome

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I listed the Colt .45's seperately from the Astros, since the name switch came with the stadium switch.

Argh! I looked under C for Colt instead of H for Houston. I'm an idiot, please excuse me.

--Eric

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I don't know about anyone else, but I hate it when a big company buys out the stadium/team and changes the field name. Comiskey Park - US Cellular Field or Mile High Stadium - Coors Field.

Just imagine if Yankee stadium was all of a sudden changed to Wal-Mart Park. Would there then be a Yankee greeter at the gate? lol

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Wait. Mile High is now Coors? I thought Coors was a totally brand new stadium.

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Wait. Mile High is now Coors? I thought Coors was a totally brand new stadium.

Guh?

Mile High was an old football stadium used by the Rockies for 2 years. Coors is downtown and is a retro park built for 1995.

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OOPS! My bad you're right lol I thought that was old Mile High and rebuild into Coors.

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Added WIP for Candlestick Park I, Fenway II, and LA Wrigley Field. I haven't put Crosley on there yet since it technically hasn't started construction, though Hardcore and I are planning on giving it a shot.

I might add seperate sections for the 1994 and 1961 mods to see how much work we have left to do to make it accurate.

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Updated a bunch of stuff, so it should be accurate for all of Pirate's recent work.

The list is nothing like it once was, but there's still plenty to do. Have at it, best of luck.

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Very neat Sean... I am working on Oakland Alameda... going to have to move some walls in this puppy

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Updated many a thing, made sure that everything was as accurate as possible.

Some stats:

Only 5 of the 50+ parks originally included in the game have not been updated.

13 parks have been created from scratch.

Out of the dozens and dozens of major parks and park variations through MLB's history, we are missing only 15 parks.

This doesn't include the dozen plus minor league parks created by modders through the years. Great work.

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