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Current Major League Baseball stadiums designed by architecture firm Populous, formerly known as HOK Sport (year stadium opened in parentheses):

Marlins Park, Miami (2012)

Target Field, Minneapolis (2010)

Yankee Stadium, New York (2009)

Citi Field, New York (2009)

Nationals Park, Washington (2006)

Busch Stadium, St. Louis (2006)

Petco Park, San Diego (2004)

Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia (2004)

Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati (2003)

PNC Park, Pittsburgh (2001)

AT&T Park, San Francisco (2000)

Comerica Park, Detroit (2000)

Minute Maid Park, Houston (2000)

Coors Field, Denver (1995)

Progressive Field, Cleveland (1994)

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore (1992)

U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago (1991)

Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City (extensive renovation in 2009)

Angels Stadium of Anaheim (extensive renovation in 1997)

Source: Populous

Note: Partnered with other firms on some projects. Also was involved in the design of Florida Suncoast Dome, which opened as a multi-purpose stadium in 1990. The Tampa Bay Rays began playing there in 1998. Stadium is now named Tropicana Field.

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