Estadios de béisbol mas grandes de America Latina (Largest baseball stadiums of Latin America)

Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey – Source: facebook.com/EstadiosDeMexico/posts/estadio-de-beisbol-monterrey-la-casa-de-los-sultanes-de-monterrey-en-la-lmb-y-lm/3118047278255427/

Estadio Nacional de Dennis Martínez, Nicaragua – Source: gomezvazquez.international/opening-of-the-dennis-martinez-stadium

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La siguiente lista identifica aquellos estadios en América Latina que se utilizan principalmente o en su totalidad para el béisbol. Estas impresionantes instalaciones demostrar la popularidad del béisbol en América Latina. The following list identifies those stadiums in Latin America that are primarily or entirely used for baseball. These impressive facilities demonstrate the popularity of baseball in Latin America.

*Según lo determinado por los asientos reales, no por la capacidad de asientos (que puede incluir áreas de bermas césped/pícnic) *As determined by actual seats, not seating capacity (which may include grass berms /picnic areas).

Estadio Metropolitano en San Cristobal – Source: facebook.com/venezuelatextra/posts/5379765632035846/

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  1. Estadio Latinoamericano (1946) – Havana, Cuba = 55,000 seats

2-5. Estadio Cinco de Septiembre (1977) – Cienfuegos, Cuba; Estadio La Ceiba – Ciudad Guayana (San Félix), Venezuela; Estadio Victoria de Girón (1977) – Matanzas, Cuba; and Estadio Calixto García Íñiguez (1979) – Holguin, Cuba = 30,000 seats

6. Estadio Nacional de Panamá [Rod Carew] (1999) – Panama City, Panama = 27,000 seats

7. Foro Sol – Mexico City, Mexico (1993) = 26,000 seats

8-9. Estadio Guillermón Moncada (1964) – Santiago de Cuba and Puerto Bani Stadium (2012) – Baní, Dominican Republic = 25,000 seats

10. Estadio Luis Aparicio El Grande (1963) – Maracaibo, Venezuela = 24,000 seats

11. Estadio Metropolitano (2005) – San Cristóbal, Venezuela = 22,000 seats

12. Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey (1990) – Monterrey, Mexico = 21,803 seats

13. Estadio Universitario (1952) – Caracas, Venezuela = 20,723 seats

14. Estadio Alfredo Harp Helú (2019) – Mexico City, Mexico = 20,576 seats

15. Estadio Antonio Herrera Gutiérrez (1969) – Barquisimeto, Venezuela = 20,450 seats

16. Estadio Tomateros (2013) – Culiacan, Mexico = 20,000 seats

17. Hiram Bithorn Stadium (1962) – San Juan, Puerto Rico = 18,264 seats

18. Estadio Cibao (1958) – Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic = 18,077 seats

19-20. Estadio Alfonso Chico Carrasquel (1991) – Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela and Estadio Nueva Esparta (1956) – Porlamar, Venezuela = 18,000 seats

21. Estadio Chevron (1976) – Tijuana, Mexico = 17,000 seats

22. Estadio Francisco Montaner (1949) – Ponce, Puerto Rico = 16,000 seats

23. Estadio José Bernardo Pérez (1955) – Valencia, Venezuela = 15,500 seats

24. Estadio Nacional de Dennis Martínez (2017) – Managua, Nicaragua = 15,000 seats

25. Parque Kukulcán Alamo (1992) – Merida, Mexico = 14,917 seats

26. Estadio José Pérez Colmenares (1965) – Maracay, Vénguela = 14,647 seats

27. Estadio Quisqueya (1955)- Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic = 14,469 seats

28. Estadio Fórum La Guaira (2020) – Macuto, Venezuela = 14,300 seats

29. Estadio José Antonio Huelga (1991) – Sancti Spíritus, Cuba = 13,000 seats

30. Roberto Clemente Stadium (2000) – Carolina, Puerto Rico = 12,500 seats

31-32. Estadio de Béisbol Francisco I. Madero (1964) – Saltillo, Mexico and Estadio Julian Javier (1975) – San Francisco de Macorís, Dominican Republic = 12,000 seats

33. Estadio BR Julio Hernández Molina (1967) – Araure, Venezuela = 11,000 seats

34. Isidoro García Stadium (2010) – Mayagüez, Puerto Rico = 10,500 seats

35-36. Estadio Beto Avila (1955) – Cancun, Mexico and Parque Yldefonso Solá Morales – Caguas, Puerto Rico = 10,000 seats

37. Estadio de Béisbol Hermanos Serdán (1973) – Puebla, Mexico = 9,723 seats

38. Estadio Luis Rodríguez Olmo – Arecibo, Puerto Rico = 9,000 seats

39. Estadio Francisco A. Micheli (1979) – La Romana, Dominican Republic = 8,838 seats

40-42. Estadio Centenario 27 de Febrero (1964) – Villahermosa, Mexico; Estadio de Béisbol Monclova (1975) – Monclava, Mexico; Estadio Municipal Pedro Román Meléndez (1992) – Manati, Puerto Rico; and Estadio Tetelo Vargas (1959) San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic = 8,000 seats

43. Estadio Revolución (1932) – Torreon, Mexico = 7,689 seats

44. Estadio Universitario Beto Ávila (1992) – Veracruz, Mexico = 7,319 seats

45. Estadio Domingo Santana (1973) – Leon, Mexico = 6,500 seats

46. Estadio de Béisbol Alberto Romo Chávez (1938) – Aquacalientes, Mexico = 6,496 seats

47. Estadio Eduardo Vasconcelos (1950) – Oaxaca, Mexico = 6,011 seats

48. Estadio Nelson Barrera (2001) – Campeche, Mexico = 6,000 seats

49-50. Parque la Junta (1947) – Nuevo Laredo, Mexico and Luis A. Canena Marquez Stadium (1981) – Aguadilla, Puerto Rico = 5,000 seats

Estadio Calixto García Íñiguez en Holguin, Cuba – Source: holguin.gob.cu/es/actualidad/noticias/7908-la-joya-arquitectonica-cumple-40-anos

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