A baseball stadium is also known as a baseball park, a ballpark, or a baseball field. The field or the park is the venue/ location where the game of baseball is played. Baseball is the bat and ball sport which is played between two teams (nine players each).
The teams take turn batting and base running while the other balls. The whole of the baseball field is comprised of two major parts- one is the diamond/ the pitch/ the field of play, and the other is the spectator seating area that surrounds the field.
The baseball fields have no fixed definite dimensions, thus one stadium may differ from another stadium based on area among other factors. Baseball is played in many countries around the world and is the most popular in USA and neighbouring regions.
Thus most of the oldest baseball stadiums in the world are situated in United States. Fenway Park the baseball stadium in Boston, Massachusetts, is the oldest recorded stadium which was opened on April 20, 1912. The Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California opened on the 10th of July, 1962 is the second oldest baseball stadium.
The Angel Stadium of Anaheim in California, the Oakland- Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland California, and the Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri are also amongst the oldest baseball stadiums of the world.