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15 Classic Ballparks We Want to See in MLB The Show 21

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15 Classic Ballparks We Want to See in MLB The Show 21

The stadium creator feature is already feeling like a big win for SDS, and we hope it’s as full featured as it seems it will be when we get a better look at in MLB The Show 21. In the meantime, Brian comes through in his latest video for OS to discuss 15 ballparks he would like to see the community create.

The questions here really just come down to how much depth there is to the feature, and whether we can create domes. With domes, it’s really the biggest question remaining, so we hope we get clarification when that feature premiere from SDS rolls around.

I won’t spoil the whole list, but it has some more recent oldies like Comiskey Park, and then it also goes way back to Ebbets Field. Also he shouts out Exhibition Stadium, which I just have to mention as well because that was a weird little park they had in Toronto before the Skydome.

Personally, I hope the community finds a way to do some really random, dreadful stadiums that were mostly lost to the past. Give me some Sicks Stadium for the short-lived Seattle Pilots or other weird places like that.

What stadiums are you most looking forward to creating or playing in with MLB The Show 21?

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  1. Y'all don't need to rehash which ones you want to see if you already talked extensively about it in the other OS thread. But I did have a more specific question, which was what dreadful stadium were you hoping to see as well? My example was Sicks Stadium, but there's a lot of horrendous stadiums from the past, and those are the ones I want to see because I'm weird like that.
    Great video! As a kid who grew up in the 70's and 80's,  it was a real trip down memory lane. Along with those mentioned in the video, my list of parks that I would love to create or see created are;
    1. Jack Murphy Stadium
    2. Old Shea Stadium
    3. Colt Stadium (where the Colt 45's played before moving to the Astrodome and become the Astros)
    4. Sicks Stadium (Seattle Pilots home before moving to Milwaukee and arguably the worst MLB ballpark ever)
    5. County Stadium
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    Awesome! I became the Jays fan that I am today as a kid in the 80’s watching games with my Dad in that stadium that always seemed to be freezing cold or boiling hot :)
    dr1980
    Awesome! I became the Jays fan that I am today as a kid in the 80’s watching games with my Dad in that stadium that always seemed to be freezing cold or boiling hot :)

    Yep, and those bleachers were horrible. We got drunk a few times out there during rain delays. LOL. I also saw my first concert in Exhibition Stadium. Bowie in 84 or 85.
    Apologies for getting off topic.
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    Me personally, I'd like to build a couple:
    - Angels Stadium in 1966 when it opened. Should be fairly simple I imagine. Take everything beyond the left and right field foul poles and stick the Big A in center and its a job done :lol:
    - Koshien Stadium over in Japan will be a lot of fun.
    atrocities need love too. I want to play in Veterans Stadium, Riverfront and Three Rivers. but I also wish places with plastic grass played a little different, like increased chances of injury from stuff like turf toe, and faster moving infield ground balls
    The Place of Fans has now made my list. I'm glad he found this and shared it.

    fantastic, right? but how in the Sam Shade do you build a park w/o dugouts lol
    You haven't lived until you've went to an Indians game at old Municipal Stadium.
    The cracking foundation and rusted metal beams. The troughs in the bathroom, and broken seats. Now that's how you watch a ballgame.
    Riverfront caught my eye and caused me to watch the whole video. First game I ever went to because it was close enough to see the Cubs. Now Palace of The Fans is on my must list. 
    PVarck31
    You haven't lived until you've went to an Indians game at old Municipal Stadium.
    The cracking foundation and rusted metal beams. The troughs in the bathroom, and broken seats. Now that's how you watch a ballgame.

    This x100!
    It was great that it was in MVP 05 and I will certainly be giving it my best crack on MLB 21, but I will be hoping someone else has it in the vault that will certainly be better than my shoddy job.
    douggoud
    Me personally, I'd like to build a couple:
    - Koshien Stadium over in Japan will be a lot of fun.

    Milwaukee County Stadium is one I've been waiting to create. If I can create that old ballpark to look very much like it did in RL in the game, I feel I'll be on a classic ballpark creation spree.
    I too would like to create Japanese ballparks and even the classic ballparks if I can get enough references. The other thing with making foreign ballparks is the ability to add in billboards and other signage that would complete the atmosphere. Making logos, uniforms, and players from Japan in DD was easy, and I hope making the Hanshin Tigers ballpark is possible with Japanese ads etc. That's one thing awesome about 2k, you can put ads and foreign lettering.
    Let's see how far we can go with the creator.

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