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The Polo Grounds

Historic Ballparks: Then and Now

The Polo Grounds

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Built in 1876, New York City's Polo Grounds was one of the earliest baseball stadiums. Four New York teams played there before its demolition in 1964: the Metropolitans, the Giants, the Yankees and the Mets. It accommodated roughly 16,000 people.

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