How old is your team’s stadium?

Brand-Spanking New (2010-present)

SunTrust Park — Atlanta Braves (est. 2017)

Marlins Park — Miami Marlins (est. 2012)

Target Field — Minnesota Twins (est. 2010)

The 21st Century (2000-2009)

Yankee Stadium — New York Yankees (est. 2009)

Citi Field — New York Mets (est. 2009)

Nationals Park — Washington Nationals (est. 2008)

Busch Stadium — St. Louis Cardinals (est. 2006)

Petco Park — San Diego Padres (est. 2004)

Citizens Bank Park — Philadelphia Phillies (est. 2004)

Great American Ball Park —  Cincinnati Reds (est. 2003)

Miller Park — Milwaukee Brewers (est. 2001)

PNC Park — Pittsburgh Pirates (est. 2001)

Comerica Park — Detroit Tigers (est. 2000)

AT&T Park — San Francisco Giants (est. 2000)

Minute Maid Park — Houston Astros (est. 2000)

Late-Century Revitalization (1980-1999)

Safeco Field — Seattle Mariners (est. 1999)

Chase Field — Arizona Diamondbacks (est. 1998)

Coors Field — Colorado Rockies (est. 1995)

Progressive Field — Cleveland Indians (est. 1994)

Globe Life Park in Arlington — Texas Rangers (est. 1994)

Oriole Park at Camden Yards — Baltimore Orioles (est. 1992)

Guaranteed Rate Field — Chicago White Sox (est. 1991)

Tropicana Field — Tampa Bay Rays (est. 1990)

Rogers Centre — Toronto Blue Jays (est. 1989)

Vintage (1960-1979)

Kauffman Stadium — Kansas City Royals (est. 1973)

Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum — Oakland Athletics (est. 1966)

Angel Stadium — Los Angeles Angels (est. 1966)

Dodger Stadium — Los Angeles Dodgers (est. 1962)

Old As Fuck (1910-1959)

Wrigley Field — Chicago Cubs (est. 1914)

Fenway Park — Boston Red Sox (est. 1912)