• The Ripken Experience™ Aberdeen logo a location of Ripken Baseball

    Aberdeen, Maryland

    Fields & Facilities

Located right in Bill & Cal's hometown, The Ripken Experience™ Aberdeen features replicas of some of the most notable MLB ballparks of the modern era.

The crown jewel among them, Cal, Sr.'s Yard, is a two-thirds scale replica of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. An on-site Marriott Hotel modeled after the storied B&O Warehouse in Baltimore overlooks right field and paints the backdrop of this one-of-a-kind youth baseball destination.

ESTABLISHED 2002

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    9 Fields

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    15 Batting Cages

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    16 Bullpens

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    1 Warm-Up Areas

Cal, Sr.'s Yard

Cal, Sr.'s Yard

Named After Cal Ripken, Sr.

2002 - Present

Cal Sr.'s Yard

Dimensions

  • 215 ft

    Left

  • 265 ft

    center

  • 205 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Features a 2,500 seat capacity for parents & fans
  • ⅔ scale replica of Oriole Park
  • An on-site Marriott hotel sits in right field as the B&O Warehouse replica

CITI Field

CITI Field

Home of the New York mets

2009 - Present

Citi-Field

Dimensions

  • 200 ft

    Left

  • 232 ft

    center

  • 200 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • CITI Field replaced Shea Stadium in 2009, which was the former home of the New York Mets, and played as part-time home stadium for the New York Yankees, Jets, and Giants during its lifetime
  • Hosted the 2013 MLB All-Star Game
  • CITI Field features an 18-foot Home Run Apple that rises in centerfield after every Mets' home run

Citizen’s Bank

Citizens Bank

Home of the Philadelphia Phillies

2004 - Present

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Dimensions

  • 216 ft

    Left

  • 256 ft

    center

  • 211 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Became the first NL Stadium to use a designated hitter in a regular-season game
  • Host of the 2026 MLB All-Star Game to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence

Fenway Park

Fenway Park

Home of the Boston Red Sox

1912 - Present

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Dimensions

  • 208 ft

    Left

  • 238 ft

    center

  • 183 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Opposing players sign their names inside of the Green Monster in left field
  • Fenway Park is home to the Pesky Pole, which measures only 302 feet down the right-field line

Memorial Stadium

Memorial Stadium

Former Home of the Baltimore Orioles

1954 - 1991

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Dimensions

  • 186 ft

    Left

  • 243 ft

    center

  • 190 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • In 1987 Cal, Sr. became the only MLB Manager to manage two sons in the same game
  • Hosted World Series games in 1966, 1970, and 1983

Nationals Park

Nationals Park

Home of the Washington Nationals

2008 - Present

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Dimensions

  • 215 ft

    Left

  • 259 ft

    center

  • 205 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Located at the Navy Shipyard, the Nationals use a submarine dive horn after home runs
  • The Washington Monument and Capitol building are visible from the first base upper decks 

Old Yankee Stadium

Old Yankee Stadium

Former Home of the New York Yankees

1923 - 2008

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Dimensions

  • 318 ft

    Left

  • 408 ft

    center

  • 314 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • First three-tiered sports facility in the United States
  • Known as “The House that Ruth Built”

PNC Park

PNC Park

Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates

2001 - Present

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Dimensions

  • 200 ft

    Left

  • 228 ft

    center

  • 190 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • The right-field wall in PNC Park is known as the Clemente Wall, which stands 21 feet high in honor of Clemente's No. 21 jersey
  • It's only 456 feet from home plate down the right-field line to the Allegheny River behind PNC Park
  • A childhood Pirates fan, Sean Casey hit the first home run at PNC Park as a member of the Cincinnati Reds

Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field

Home of the Chicago Cubs

1914 - Present

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Dimensions

  • 212 ft

    Left

  • 243 ft

    center

  • 215 ft

    Right

Fun Facts

  • Known as “The Friendly Confines”,  a phrase popularized  by "Mr. Cub", Ernie Banks
  • In 1988, Wrigley Field became the last MLB Stadium to install stadium lights

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