Maple Leaf Stadium
Maple Leaf Stadium was a baseball stadium in Toronto built in 1926 by Lol Solman for his Toronto Maple Leafs baseball team of the International League on the site of a stadium that had been built in 1...
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Port Arthur Stadium
Port Arthur Stadium is a stadium in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. It is exclusively used for baseball and is the home of the Thunder Bay Border Cats of the Northwoods League. The ballpark has a capac...
Telus Field
Telus Field (nicknamed the Phone Booth) is a baseball stadium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It has served as home to several minor league baseball clubs, most recently the Edmonton Prospects of the We...
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Shaw Park
Shaw Park, formerly CanWest Park, is a baseball stadium in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It is located adjacent to The Forks National Historic Site, near the city's downtown, and is home to the Winnipe...
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National Stadium (baseball)
National Stadium was home to the Stratford Nationals of the Intercounty Baseball League. It is located in a southeastern location in Stratford at the intersections of Romeo and Norfolk Streets.It was ...
Athletic Park (Medicine Hat)
110°39′58″W / 50.044849°N 110.666206°W / 50.044849; -110.666206 Athletic Park is a stadium in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. It is primarily used for baseball and was the hom...
List of baseball parks in Montreal
This is a list of venues used for professional baseball in Montreal, Quebec. The information is a compilation of the information contained in the references listed.French names are included in parenth...
Spitz Stadium
112°48′20″W / 49.689739°N 112.80545°W / 49.689739; -112.80545 Spitz Stadium is a stadium in the Henderson Park of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.Location of Spitz Stadium in Leth...
Sunlight Park
Sunlight Park was the first baseball stadium in Toronto, Canada. The all wood structure was built in 1886 by the International League baseball team the Torontos (soon renamed the Toronto Maple Leafs) ...
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Stade Fernand-Bédard
Stade Fernand-Bédard (formerly known as Stade Municipal) is a stadium in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. It is primarily used for baseball and is the home of the Trois-Rivières Aigles of the Canadian ...
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Hastings Stadium
Hastings Stadium is a baseball park located at Exhibition Park in Guelph, Ontario and home the Guelph Royals of the Intercounty Baseball League and the home of the Guelph Silvercreeks.The current gran...
Norm Aldridge Field
Norm Aldridge Field is a municipally owned, natural-grass baseball diamond in Stronach Park in northeast London, Ontario, that was built as a secondary baseball venue for the 2001 Canada Summer Games...
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Canad Inns Stadium
Canad Inns Stadium (also known as Winnipeg Stadium) was a multipurpose stadium in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The stadium was located at the corner of St. James Street and Maroons Road, immediately n...
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Amedée Roy Stadium
Amedée Roy Stadium (French: Stade Amedée-Roy) is a baseball stadium in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada. Its address is 600 rue du Parc. It was used as a baseball venue for the 2013 Canada Games along w...
BC Place
BC Place is a multi-purpose stadium located at the north side of False Creek, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is owned and operated by the BC Pavilion Corporation (PavCo), a crown corporati...
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Ottawa Baseball Stadium
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park (formerly JetForm Park, Lynx Stadium, and Ottawa Baseball Stadium") also known as RCGT Park is a baseball stadium in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with a seating capacity ...
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Diamond Park
Diamond Park was a 1,500 seat baseball stadium located in Edmonton, Alberta. A covered grandstand provided 500 and bleachers down the first base had 1,000 more seats. Constructed by a local businessma...
Rogers Centre
Rogers Centre (originally known as SkyDome) is a multi-purpose stadium in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada situated next to the CN Tower near the northern shore of Lake Ontario. Opened in 1989 on the...
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Bernie Arbour Memorial Stadium
Bernie Arbour Memorial Stadium is a stadium on Upper Kenilworth Avenue in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Located in Mohawk Sports Park, it is primarily used for baseball and was once the home of the minor...
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Olympic Stadium (Montreal)
The Olympic Stadium (French: Stade olympique) is a multi-purpose stadium in Canada, located in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district of Montreal, Quebec. Built in the mid-1970s as the main venue for ...
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John Ducey Park
John Ducey Park was a 6,500 seat baseball stadium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Originally built in 1935, it was torn down after sixty years of use in 1995 and replaced by Telus Field on the same site...
Cairns Field
106°41′50″W / 52.111273°N 106.697089°W / 52.111273; -106.697089Cairns Field is a stadium in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is primarily used for baseball and is the home...
Arnold Anderson Stadium at Cockshutt Park
Arnold Anderson Stadium at Cockshutt Park is a baseball venue located in Brantford, Ontario and home to the Brantford Red Sox of the Intercounty Baseball League and the Brantford Braves of the Junior ...
Barrie Community Sports Complex
Barrie Community Sports Complex is a multi use sports facility located in Midhurst, Ontario, Canada. The Schmidt & Shaw Stadium is the baseball park at the complex and is home to the Barrie Bayca...
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Kinsmen Stadium
Kinsmen Stadium is the home of the Oshawa Dodgers of the Intercounty Baseball League. It is located on Arena Street in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, next to the Oshawa Creek, and directly to the north of t...
Labatt Park
Labatt Memorial Park (formerly Tecumseh Park, 1877–1936) is a baseball stadium near the forks of the Thames River in central London, Ontario, Canada. It is 8.7 acres (35,000 m) in size, has 5,200...
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