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Ballparks: 1883 - Present

Recreation Park
Years: 1883-1886
University of Pennsylvania
Years: 1894
Columbia Park
Years: 1903
Baker Bowl/ National League Park
Baker Bowl
  • Years: 1887-1938
  • Capacity: 18,000
  • The Phillies' baseball park from its opening in 1887 until 1938. Rebuilt 1895; hailed as nation's finest stadium. Site of first World Series attended by U.S. President, 1915; Negro League World Series, 1924-26; Babe Ruth's last major league game, 1935. Razed 1950. (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission)
Shibe Park/ Connie Mack Stadium
Connie Mack Stadium in October 1957
  • Years: 1938-1970
  • Capacity: 33,000
  • Dimensions: L-334, C-410, R-329
  • Early Major League baseball park opened in 1909. Renamed, 1953. Home to Athletics, 1909-1954; Phillies, 1938-1970. Site of three Negro League World Series; five A's World Series victories. Among first to host night games. Razed, 1976. (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission)
Veterans Stadium
The Vet's opening day on April 10, 1971
  • Years: 1971-2003
  • Capacity: 62,623
  • Dimensions: L-330, C-408, R-330
  • Built on a 74-acre site that was formerly marsh land and opened in 1971. The multi-colored, multi-purpose stadium, the largest in the National League at the time, was completed at a final cost of about $52 million.
Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park
  • Years: 2004-Present
  • Capacity: 43,500
  • Dimensions: L-329, C-401, R-330
  • Philadelphia's new world-class ballpark is every bit as spectacular as it is intimate - with breathtaking views, dazzling amenities and a staggering array of special features.