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MLB(R) 11 Classic Stadiums 6-pack by Sony Computer Entertainment

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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Category: DLC , Map Packs

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Play in some of the most famous stadiums in MLB® history! Polo Grounds - Opened in 1890, it was known for its extremely deep center field and unique bathtub shape. The "Shot Heard Around the World" homerun was hit here. Shibe Park - When it opened April 12, 1909 in Philadelphia, it became the first steel-and-concrete stadium in MLB® history. Forbes Field - Opened in 1909, it was home to the Pittsburgh Pirates and was witness to a World Series-winning 9th inning homerun in 1960. Sportsman's Park - Was built in St. Louis in 1902. A Hall of Famer once hit two epic homeruns on consecutive days, shattering the same window in the car dealership across the street twice! Griffith Stadium - Stood in Washington, D.C. from 1911 to 1965. The outfield took an unusual right-angled jut into center field due to the unwillingness of nearby houses to sell to the ballclub during construction. Crosley Field - Home field of the National League Cincinnati Reds from 1912 through June 24, 1970.

  • Polo Grounds - Opened in 1890, it was known for its extremely deep center field and unique bathtub shape. The "Shot Heard Around the World" homerun was hit here.
  • Shibe Park - When it opened April 12, 1909 in Philadelphia, it became the first steel-and-concrete stadium in MLB history.
  • Forbes Field - Opened in 1909, it was home to the Pittsburgh Pirates and was witness to a World Series-winning 9th inning homerun in 1960.
  • Sportsman's Park - Was built in St. Louis in 1902. A Hall of Famer once hit two epic homeruns on consecutive days, shattering the same window in the car dealership across the street twice!
  • Griffith Stadium - Stood in Washington, D.C. from 1911 to 1965. The outfield took an unusual right-angled jut into center field due to the unwillingness of nearby houses to sell to the ballclub during construction.
  • Crosley Field - Home field of the National League Cincinnati Reds from 1912 through June 24, 1970.

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