- The Oakland Coliseum is the biggest MLB stadium with a capacity of 56,782 people.
- The smallest stadium is Progressive Field, holding just 34,830 people.
When any baseball game sells out, you know that’s a lot of tickets — but not all stadiums are created equal. Which MLB teams have the biggest stadiums, and just how many people can they hold?
Biggest MLB Stadiums: Ranking Stadiums by Capacity
|1||Oakland Coliseum||Oakland Athletics||56,782|
|2||Dodger Stadium||Los Angeles Dodgers||56,000|
|3||Coors Field||Colorado Rockies||50,144|
|4||Rogers Centre||Toronto Blue Jays||49,282|
|5||Chase Field||Arizona Diamondbacks||48,405|
|6||T-Mobile Park||Seattle Mariners||47,929|
|7||Yankee Stadium||New York Yankees||46,537|
|8||Oriole Park at Camden Yards||Baltimore Orioles||45,971|
|9||Angel Stadium||Los Angeles Angels||45,517|
|10||Busch Stadium||St. Louis Cardinals||45,494|
|11||Citizens Bank Park||Philadelphia Phillies||42,792|
|12||Tropicana Field||Tampa Bay Rays||42,735|
|13||Great American Ball Park||Cincinnati Reds||42,319|
|14||Citi Field||New York Mets||41,922|
|15||Oracle Park||San Francisco Giants||41,915|
|16||American Family Field||Milwaukee Brewers||41,900|
|17||Wrigley Field||Chicago Cubs||41,649|
|18||Nationals Park||Washington Nationals||41,339|
|19||Minute Maid Park||Houston Astros||41,168|
|20||Truist Park||Atlanta Braves||41,084|
|21||Comerica Park||Detroit Tigers||41,083|
|22||Guaranteed Rate Field||Chicago White Sox||40,615|
|23||Globe Life Field||Texas Rangers||40,300|
|24||Petco Park||San Diego Padres||40,209|
|25||PNC Park||Pittsburgh Pirates||38,747|
|26||Target Field||Minnesota Twins||38,544|
|27||Kauffman Stadium||Kansas City Royals||37,903|
|28||Fenway Park||Boston Red Sox||37,755|
|29||LoanDepot Park||Miami Marlins||37,442|
|30||Progressive Field||Cleveland Guardians||34,830|
Who Has the Smallest MLB Stadium?
The Cleveland Guardians have the smallest home field in Major League Baseball. Progressive Field, located in the downtown area of Cleveland, Ohio, has a capacity of just 34,830 people.
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