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Baseball Field Prints


Just like Americans don’t ‘get’ cricket, it’s widely assumed a similar degree of mistrust exists between us Brits and baseball. The naysayers call it glorified rounders; we reckon it looks ace – how comfortingly American the concept of the ballgame is – but we just don’t understand it.

However, one thing we can surely all agree upon is how clever these baseball stadium – the ballpark – prints are. Just cast your eyes upon Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox, above, or seven more below.

Looking like mutant spiderwebs, each similar, each different, these intricate images are courtesy of the good folk at City Prints.

Howzat? Oops, sorry, a homer!

Busch Stadium, home to St Louis Cardinals

Dodger Stadium, home to Los Angeles Dodgers

Marlins Ballpark, home to Miami Marlins

Oriole Park, home to Baltimore Orioles

The Coliseum, home to Oakland Athletics

Wrigley Field, home to Chicago Cubs

Yankee Stadium, home to New York Yankees



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