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Re: How Many Stadiums Have You seen Games?
7/9/08, 8:15am (Last Edited: 7/9/08, 8:18am)
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Wow! You got me beat. Good thread.

My list, sad as it is:

Pro Baseball:
Dodger Stadium
Angel Stadium
Petco Park

College Baseball:
Pierce College
Cal State Northridge
Pepperdine University
UCLA

Pro Football:
Anaheim Stadium (Rams)
L.A. Coliseum

College Football:
Rose Bowl (UCLA)
L.A. Coliseum
Pierce College
Indiana University


Pro Basketball:
The Forum (Lakers old home)
Staples Center (Lakers new home)
The Honda Center (Formerly the Arrowhead Pondin Anaheim)

College Basketball:
Pauley Pavilion (UCLA)
Firestone Fieldhouse (Pepperdine)
Cal State Northridge
Indiana University

My dream is to attend a game at Wrigley Field & Fenway Park. I used to also want to visit Yankee Stadium, but it looks like that won't happen.

I'd also really like to experience a football game at Notre Dame.

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Re: How Many Stadiums Have You seen Games?
7/9/08, 11:15am
MLB:

Turner Field (Braves)
Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay Rays)
Atlanta Fulton County Stadium (Braves)
Dodger Stadium (LA Dodgers)

Minor League Baseball:

Indianapolis Indians(Indianapolis, IN, triple A team)
Winter Haven Red Sox(Winter haven, FL, Red Sox double A team)
Baseball City Royals(Orlando, FL, not sure if it was the Royals double A or triple A team)

NFL:

RCA Dome (Indianapolis Colts)

College Football:

Doak Campbell Stadium (now Bobby Bowden Field, Tallahassee, FL)(Florida ST. Seminoles)
Sanford Stadium (Athens, GA) (Georgia Bulldogs)
Georgia Dome (Atlanta ,GA) (Peach Bowl) (Georgia vs. Virginia)
Altell Stadium (Jacksonville, FL) (Georgia vs. Florida game)
Trojan Field (Troy, AL) Troy Trojans

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drrubb
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Re: How Many Stadiums Have You seen Games?
7/9/08, 11:28am
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Hi, Rubb,

I didn't know you've been to Indy. Was that the new Indy Indians Field? I haven't been to a game there, but it looks really nice for a AAA park.

The Colts will be moving to their new stadium this fall.

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Re: How Many Stadiums Have You seen Games?
7/9/08, 12:15pm
Larry, it was years ago. I was 16 years old & I went to visit a friend of mine In Indianapolis. I'm pretty sure it was their old stadium. A railroad track almost ran right behind the right & center field wall. That was 18 years ago. I also remember seeing a preseason NFL game a few days lator when I was there between the Denver Broncos & Indianapolis Colts. I got to watch John Elway play for one half.

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Robert Jones
Rob Reed  
Re: How Many Stadiums Have You seen Games?
7/9/08, 12:34pm (Last Edited: 7/9/08, 12:37pm)
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MLB

Dodger Stadium
Anaheim Stadium
PacBell (AT&T, whatever ya call it -- where the Giants play)
Yankee Stadium
Shea Stadium
Wrigley Field
Comiskey (New)
Coors Field
Citizens Bank
Camden Yards

MLB (now defunct)

Candlestick Park
Tiger Stadium
Jack Murphy (became Qualcomm in San Diego)

MLB (went to the stadium, but the game was rained out)

Fenway Park

MINOR LEAGUES

Some now defunct minor league team in Riverside circa 1991 that doesn't exist anymore, I don't think... I think they might have been called the Redbirds.

NBA

Staples Center
Madison Square Garden
Arrowhead Pond (Clippers played a game there)

NBA (now defunct)

Boston Garden (visited only)
Fabulous Forum

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

UC Riverside (yay)
Pauley Pavilion

NFL

Astrodome (visited only/took tour)
L.A. Coliseum

USFL

L.A. Coliseum (saw Steve Young in his rookie season)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Rose Bowl

HOCKEY

Forum (now defunct)
Staples Center

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Rob Reed
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Re: How Many Stadiums Have You seen Games?
7/11/08, 5:34pm (Last Edited: 7/11/08, 5:38pm)
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Being in the east coast mine are a little different

MLB
Three Rivers Stadium
PNC Park
Camden Yards
Toronto Skydome

Minor League Parks
Williamsport (PA) Crosscutters
Aberdeen (MD) Ironbirds
Nashville
Altoona (PA) Curve
Frederick (MD) Curve

Hockey
Philadelphia Spectrum
Verizon Center
Bell Centre (Montreal)
Fleet Center (Boston)
RBC Arena (Raleigh)
Air Canada Center (Toronto)- just for a tour

Minor League Hockey
Johnstown (PA) War Memorial
Giant Center (Hershey PA)
Chesapeake (MD) Ice Breakers

Basketball
Capitol Center (now demolished)

NFL
Ravens Stadium

College Football
Penn State
Citrus Bowl in FLA

Not too bad for a chick, huh!

Oh and some NASCAR tracks - Daytona, Dover, Rockingham

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