Special Sub-Topic: MLB Stadiums
|Which ballpark is the oldest stadium, which was still in use in the late 1990s?|
Fenway Park. These are the three oldest stadiums in the majors. Fenway (1912), Wrigley (1914), and Yankee (1923).
|Which of the following teams dids not play under a retractable roof at the end of the 2000 season?|
Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg is a permanent dome.
|Which stadium was still standing at the end of the 2000 season?|
Tiger Stadium. The Orioles moved into Camden Yards in 1992.
|Which stadium originally opened as Weeghman Park?|
Wrigley Field. After going through another name change, it became Wrigley Field forever in 1926.
|Only two stadiums in the majors were opened in the 1980s. One was Toronto's SkyDome. What was the other?|
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. The Metrodome opened its doors in 1982. Royals Stadium debuted in 1973, while the Orioles moved to their new home in 1991. The Expos moved into their stadium the year after it hosted the Summer Olympic Games in 1976.
|Which team played in a modern ballpark (built in the 1990s) which beared the same name as the stadium which it replaced?|
Chicago White Sox & White Sox. Comiskey Park is located right across the street from the first one.
|In 2002, two teams played their games in a stadium named after an electric utility company. The Reds play at Cinergy Field. Who was the other?|
Anaheim Angels. Disney may run the operation, but the Angels played at Edison International Field of Anaheim.
|Two teams play in stadiums named by technology-based companies. The Padres played at Qualcomm Stadium. Who is the other?|
Oakland Athletics. Formerly known as Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the stadium was renamed Network Associates Coliseum in 2000.
|Which is the only stadium to open with an inter-league game (non-exhibition)?|
Safeco Field. The Padres and the Mariners opened Safeco with a regular season game on July 15, 1999. The Padres won 3-2.
|Which of the following teams did not share their home with an NFL team in 2002?|
San Francisco Giants. The Giants were the only major tenant at Pacific Bell Stadium.
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