Which Cities Have Downtown Ballparks?

AlabamaMontgomery (Riverwalk Stadium, 2004)

Arizona: Phoenix (Chase Field, 1998)

Arkansas: Little Rock (Dickey-Stephens Park, 2007)

California:
Fresno (Chukchansi Park, 2002), Sacramento (Raley Field, 2000), San Diego (Petco Park, 2004), San Francisco (AT&T Park, 2000), Stockton (Banner Island Ballpark, 2005)

Colorado:
Denver (Coors Field, 1995)

Connecticut: Bridgeport (Ballpark at Harbor Yard, 1998)

Delaware: Wilmington (Frawley Stadium, 1993)

Florida: Jacksonville (Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, 2003), St. Petersburg (Tropicana Field, 1990)

Illinois: Peoria (Dozer Park, 2002)

Indiana: Fort Wayne (Parkview Field, 2009), Indianapolis (Victory Field, 1996)

Iowa: Davenport (Modern Woodmen Park, 1931), Des Moines (Principal Park, 1992)

Kansas: Wichita (Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, 1934)

Kentucky: Louisville (Louisville Slugger Field, 2000)

Maryland: Baltimore (Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 1992)

Massachusetts: Boston (Fenway Park, 1912)

Michigan: Detroit (Comerica Park, 2000)

Minnesota: Minneapolis (Target Field, 2010)

Missouri: St. Louis (Busch Stadium, 2006), Springfield (Hammons Field, 2004)

Montana: Billings (Dehler Park, 2008)

Nevada: Reno (Aces Ballpark, 2009)

New Hampshire: Manchester Delta Dental Stadium, 2005)

New York: Buffalo (Coca-Cola Field, 1988), Rochester (Frontier Field, 1996)

North Carolina: Charlotte (BB&T Ballpark, 2014), Durham (Durham Bulls Athletic Park, 1995), Greensboro (First National Bank Field, 2005)

Ohio: Akron (Canal Park, 1997), Cincinnati (Great American Ball Park, 2003), Cleveland (Progressive Field, 1994), Columbus (Huntington Park, 2009), Dayton (Fifth Third Field, 2000), Toledo (Fifth Third Field, 2002)

Oklahoma: Oklahoma City (AT&T Bricktown Ballpark, 1998), Tulsa (ONEAK Field, 2010)

Pennsylvania: Erie (UPMC Park, 1995), Pittsburgh (PNC Park, 2001)

Tennessee: Chattanooga (AT&T Field, 2001), Memphis (AutoZone Park, 2000)

Texas: Corpus Christi (Whataburger Field, 2005), El Paso (Southwest University Park, 2014), Houston (Minute Maid Park, 2000)

Utah: Salt Lake City (Smith's Ballpark, 1994)

Virginia: Norfolk (Harbor Park, 1993)

Washington: Seattle (Safeco Field, 1999)

West Virginia: Charleston (Appalachian Power Park, 2005)