Memorial Stadium
Baltimore, Maryland
Year Opened
1950

Current Team
None

Affiliate
N/A

League
N/A

Capacity
60,000

My Grades
Stadium B Atmosphere B+ Concessions B

Photos taken in 1991
Memorial Stadium was an adequate baseball park, but in no sense a classic. It served its purpose for over 40 years, but one can't blame the Orioles for wanting a new park. Memorial Stadium was not the easiest park to get to. It was located in the northern part of the city in a very residential area. While the park was also used for football, it was configured well for baseball. Most of the lower deck seats provided a good view of the field, except those that were under cover where numerous poles obstructed the view. The concourse was located underneath the seating area. It was dark and somewhat narrow. But about what you'd expect from a park built in the 50's. Overall, a nice enough place to see a game, but had nothing unique or memorable to make it stand out.
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