These incredible Photos Show Us What Baseball Stadiums Looked Like When Baseball Played It's First All-Star Game

Comiskey Park

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Major League Baseball will play its All-Star game tomorrow night in Kansas City, 79 years after the first All-Star game was held at Comiskey Park in Chicago.In 1933, there were 16 teams in Major League Baseball, and none were farther west than St. Louis.

Of the ballparks in use then, only two (Fenway Park, Wrigley Field) are still in operation today.

On the next few pages, we will take a look at what ballparks looked like 79 years ago.

Philadelphia Athletics — Shibe Park

Boston Braves — Braves Field

St. Louis Cardinals & Browns — Sportsman's Park

Chicago Cubs — Wrigley Field

Brooklyn Dodgers — Ebbets Field

Forbes Field — Pittsburgh Pirates

Cleveland Indians — Cleveland Stadium

New York Giants — Polo Grounds

Boston Red Sox — Fenway Park

Cincinnati Reds — Crosley Field

Washington Senators — Griffith Stadium

Detroit Tigers — Navin Field

Chicago White Sox — Comiskey Park

New York Yankees — Yankee Stadium

Now check out the largest stadiums in the world today

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