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Slideshow: Baseball Parks Across America

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I love baseball, and I love to travel and watch baseball. I've been to two-thirds of the 30 major league ballparks -- and I've also been to four ballparks which are no longer used for baseball (Astrodome, Arlington Statium, Candlestick Park and Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium).

You're going to see photos of mine from 16 of the 20 parks (primarily because I didn't have a digital camera when I went to Coors Field, Comerica Park, McAfee Coliseum or Yankee Stadium). I hope you enjoy, and I hope this gets you in the mood for baseball. -- John Royal

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