Major League Baseball parks are quiet and empty. The great American pastime, like so many events, has been postponed by pandemic. If you'd rather be at a ballgame than yet another Zoom meeting, our gallery of ball field virtual backgrounds may deliver some small consolation. Attend your next video conference from your favorite team's stadium. On Wikipedia, we found royalty-free images of all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums.
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(Shown above is the only stadium in our collection that's no longer standing: The original Yankee Stadium -- "The House that Ruth Built" -- was demolished in 2010.)
Angel Stadium of Anaheim, California is home to the Los Angeles Angels.
Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri is the home of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona is home of the Arizona Diamondbacks
Citi Field in New York City is home to the New York Mets.
Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is home to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Comerica Park Park in Detroit, Michigan is home to the Detroit Tigers.
Coors Field in Denver Colorado is home to the Colorado Rockies.
Dodger Stadium is Los Angeles is home to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Fenway Park in Boston is home to the Boston Red Sox.
Globe Life Field, a stadium under construction in Arlington, Texas, will serve as the home of the Texas Rangers
Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio is home to the Cincinnati Reds.
Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago is home to the Chicago White Sox.
Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri is home to the Kansas City Royals.
Marlins Park in Miami, Florida is home to the Miami Marlins.
Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is home to the Milwaukee Brewers.
Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas is home to the Houston Astros.
Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., is home to the Washington Nationals.
Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California is home to the Oakland Athletics.
Oracle Park in San Francisco is home to the San Francisco Giants.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland is home to the Baltimore Orioles.
Petco Park in San Diego, California is home to the San Diego Padres.
PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio is home to the Cleveland Indians.
T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington is home to the Seattle Mariners.
Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada is home to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota is home to the Minnesota Twins.
Tropicana Field is St. Petersburg, Florida is home to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia is home to the Atlanta Braves.
Wrigley Field in Chicago is home to the Chicago Cubs.
Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York is home to the New York Yankees.