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From the large number of home runs hit there -- Atlanta, Georgia
San Francsico, California
The University of Florida
Gonazga University, derived from the school's nickname of "Bulldogs"
Cleveland, Ohio -- traditionally a specific reference to the bleacher section in the east end zone, but also used for the stadium as a whole
Darlington, South Carolina
University of North Carolina
Groningen, Netherlands. The Green Cathedral - It is also nicknamed de Groene Hel (the Green Hell)
Boston, Mass. Home of MLB's Boston Red Sox
Cleveland, Ohio-- Home of the Cleveland Indians. Renamed Progressive Field in January 2008
Christchurch, New Zealand. Pounamu is the Maori word for jade (greenstone).
Marshall University -- Huntington, West Virginia
Old statdium of Appalachian State University -- Boone, North Carolina
Green Bay Wisconsin. Home of the NFL's Green Bay Packers. Nickname derived from the regions climate during the season
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Home of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Nashville, Tennessee -- Home of the Tennessee Titans
Gonazga University's new arena -- Spokane, Washington
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Home of the Pittsburgh Penguins
Clemson University -- Clemson, South Carolina
Houston, Texas -- Home of the Houston Astros.
From its original and future name of Candlestick Park -- San Francisco, California
Baltimore, Maryland -- Home of the Baltimore Ravens
The Ohio State University -- Columbus, Ohio
San Diego, California -- Home of the San Diego Chargers
Washington D.C. -- Home of the Washington Nationals
Boston, Massachusetts -- Home of the Boston Celtics
Tampa Bay, Florida -- Home of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Atlanta, Georgia -- from its namesake, Ted Turner -- Home of the Atlanta Braves
Used to be a market garden site owned by William Williams
Albuquerque, New Mexico -- University of New Mexico
Chicago, Illinois -- Home of the Chicago White Sox
No longer exists due to stadium redevelopment.
Wellington.New Zealand Named for its round shape.
Chicago, Illinois -- Home of the Chicago Cubs
St. Paul, Minnesota -- Home of the NHL Minnesota Timberwolves.
Bronx, New York -- Home of the New York Yankees.
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