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Busch Stadium



Park Name: Busch Stadium
Tenants: St. Louis Cardinals (National League)

Opened: 2006
Address: 700 Clark Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63102
Dimensions: 336' (L), 400' (C), 335' (R)


The view from behind home plate at Busch Stadium.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Busch Stadium, as seen from center field.


The pressbox and luxury suites behind home plate.


The box seats directly behind home plate are both padded, and the only non-red seats in the seating bowl.


The grandstand and uneven upper deck down the third base line. An open rooftop plaza separates the raised 4th level behind the plate and the shorter outfield deck.


The upper deck at Busch Stadium. The roof features flags depicting the National League standings, and metallic arches reminiscent of the concrete arches at the top of the old Busch Stadium seating bowl.


Flags along the roof of the outfield upper deck are for Cardinals minor league affiliates.


Restaurant seating hangs from underneath the upper deck.


Drink rail seating is tucked into the grandstand at the top of the first level in the left field corner.


Seating wraps around to face toward home plate as it nears the left field foul pole.


The outfield bleachers, and restaurant seating atop the batter's eye in center field.


The scoreboards in right field. Flags atop the secondary video board celebrate the Cardinals 11 World Series Championships.


Cardinals retired numbers run along the bottom of the main scoreboard, above a group picnic deck area.


A children's play area is located underneath the scoreboard seating area, looking out onto the field.


The Cardinals Nation entertainment complex sits across the street from the stadium and features the team's Hall of Fame and rooftop seating for fans.


The street between the ballpark and Cardinals Nation is closed off during games, becoming part of the outfield concourse.


The scoreboard from the old Busch Stadium hangs in the concourse of the new park, with the scores frozen in time from the last out of the final game played there.


A white line on the outfield concourse marks the location of the foul line at the old Busch Stadium, which sat adjacent to the current park.


The bullpens sit behind the outfield fence underneath the bleachers in left and right field.


The outfield wall wraps just behind the left field foul pole, creating a small corner in the field of play.


The squared off corners and angles of the outfield wall.


The Gateway Arch and downtown St. Louis as seen from inside Busch Stadium.


The St. Louis Cardinals on the field during a game at Busch Stadium.





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