MLB Stadiums in Panorama [38 HQ Photos]

Last summer we went on a Baseball Bucket List tour with Windows Phone and throughout the trip we snapped some nifty panorama photos of baseball stadiums all across America. The pictures came out incredibly well and with baseball season getting back into swing we’ve decided to pull together some of the best shots for you to enjoy. These picture make great Facebook Timeline pictures. If you’re interested in making one of the photos below your timeline just simply crop to  851X315 pixels and upload.

Click each photo to see the full size image!

New York Mets Citi Field

Citi Field Entrance and Shea Stadium Apple [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

An empty Citi Field  [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Delta Club Patio Suite [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Boston Red Sex Fenway Park

Atop the Green Monster [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Atop the Green Monster #2 [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

The Ted Williams Red Seat [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Sox dugout looking towards the Monster [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

New York Yankees’ Yankee Stadium

Sunset at Yankee Stadium [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

The Wall of Numbers [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

The obstructed view in the bleachers [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Post game empty stadium [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field

Looking out to right field [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Sheffield roof tops [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Iconic Wrigley sign [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Cubs locker room [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Empty Wrigley from behind home plate [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

The Wrigley bleachers [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park

#1 baseball ballpark in America [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Center field patio [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Bernie Brewer posing for a picture [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

San Francisco Giants AT&T Park

The visitors bullpen [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Splashdown Counter and right field wall [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

McCovey Cove [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

The view from right field [View Full High Resolution Photo Here]

Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium

MLB All-Star Game at Kauffman Stadium

Texas Rangers’ The Ballpark at Arlington

Seattle Mariners’ Safeco Field

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