Just based on observation I would say Camden Yards home of the Baltimore Orioles .
Oakland A's park
Currently, the oldest Major League Stadium in use is Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.
The MLB baseball stadium that holds the most people currently in 2012 is the Kauffman Stadium ^-^
The Pittsburg Pirates, PNC Park
The smallest stadium in the English Premier League is Fratton Park, home of Portsmouth.
Great American Ballpark is the 2nd smallest stadium in the mlb. It is the home of the reds. I am talking demesion wise not how many people it can hold.
I'm not for sure but I would have to say Yankee Stadium or Fenway Park.
There are approximately 30,000 to 60,000 seats in a Major League Baseball stadium
It depends what stadium it is and your age
Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays, in St. Petersburg, Florida is the smallest Major League Baseball Park in the US. Seating capacity is 31,042. Dodger Stadium, in Los Angeles, California, is the largest Major League Baseball Park, with a seating capacity of 56,000.
Rungrado May Bay Stadium
Dodger Stadium has over 56,000 seating capacity...The biggest Stadium in the MLB
The seating capacity of every stadium is different. The smallest stadium is the Oakland Athletics stadium with a capacity of just over 33,000. The largest is Dodger Stadium with exactly 56,000 seats. There are numerous sites which list each stadium's capacity which can be found by searching the internet.It varies from stadium to stadium. Look up stadium capacities at the individual team sites under MLB.com
Dodger Stadium is. It has been open since 1962.
The name of the stadium is Minute Maid Field
Tampa Bay Rays
The oldest mlb stadium is fenway park in Boston home of the red sox
Yankee Stadium is a place of interest for baseball fans. It hosts a major league baseball team the New York Yankees.