Bank of America's MLB Additions

The stories of unique additions that make America's most iconic ballparks even better

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The Green Monster Seats

How do you make a baseball icon even more legendary? Put seats on it.

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A Great Addition to the Lineup

The right addition can make baseball even better. Just like the Mobile Banking AppFootnote1 does for Online Banking.

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Splash Hits

See how the Giants made baseball into a water sport, with homers into McCovey Cove.

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The Easy Double Play

Just like Online Banking is great at home, the Mobile Banking App brings the heat on the road.

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The Gateway Arch

See how the Cardinals brought the symbol of their city into the stadium experience.

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In a League of Its Own

Not only has our Mobile Banking App won best-in-class awards, it’s always improving its game, with the ability to deposit checks right from your phone and much more.

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The 4 Train

Yankees fans don’t just take the subway to the stadium. It’s part of game day.

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Wrigley Field’s Ivy

This addition brings a touch of old-fashioned charm and its own set of rules to iconic Wrigley Field.

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Top of the Park

The best views in LA aren't from the Hollywood Hills. They're above home plate.

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Eutaw Street

The best addition to Oriole Park isn’t IN the ballpark.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards® changed everything. It’s hard to believe, but before it was built just over 20 years ago, the retro-style of ballpark that has come to dominate Major League Baseball® today didn’t really exist.

Oriole Park was built specifically for baseball, ensuring that every seat had as good a view as possible, and that the fan experience was maximized. It was built with the belief that baseball should be enjoyed in the open air, in a ballpark as timeless as the game itself.

Oriole Park was also built downtown, rather than in a suburb. Baseball, it seems to say, should be the heart of a city, not a sideshow. As such, its design also incorporated existing structures and streets into the ballpark.

Though it’s more than 150 years old, Eutaw Street is integrated seamlessly into the grounds. Lined with restaurants, hangouts, and game day hotspots, it’s a great spot to meet up with friends.

At game time, Eutaw Street transforms into a standing room section of Oriole Park, where home runs land in the road, and are marked by bronze plaques commemorating the occasion.

It’s just a small addition that makes baseball even better. Just like Online Banking is better with the Bank of America Mobile Banking App.

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The Beach

San Diego’s known for its beach culture. So is its ballpark.

San Diego has some great beaches. There’s iconic Mission Beach, Seal Beach for animal lovers, Coronado for romantics, and Cardiff for surfers. The one thing they all have in common is that each has a fantastic view. Only one beach, though, has a view like the one you’ll get at The Beach at the ballpark.

The Beach is special set of bleachers where fans can kick off their flip-flops and feel the sand between their toes. It’s a great place to let the kids play, build a sand castle, and catch a few rays (and the occasional so home run), and offers fans an experience that’s fun, laid back, and quintessentially Southern California.

In addition to this special bleacher section celebrating SoCal’s famous beaches, the Padres have found a number of ways to incorporate the beach into the design of their ballpark, with ocean-blue seats, sand-colored stone and stucco, and sail-white steel.

On a warm night in San Diego with the Padres at home, The Beach makes for a ballpark experience that’s like no other in Major League Baseball®.

It’s just a small addition that makes baseball even better. Just like how Online Banking is better with the Bank of America Mobile Banking App.

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Monument Grove

History is important to baseball. In Atlanta, you can walk through it.

More than any other sport in America, history matters in baseball. It’s in the uniforms players wear, the records they chase, and the sense of tradition you can feel every time you step into a stadium.

In Atlanta, they’ve taken the celebration of the history of the game even further, with Monument Grove. Located in a large park dotted with trees and benches, it’s home to a number of larger-than-life bronze statues of some of the greatest players in Atlanta’s baseball history.

Monument Grove is just one part of an ever-growing collection of baseball art at Turner Field®—including statues and murals—making for a truly unique game day experience.

It’s just a small addition that makes baseball even better. Just like how Online Banking is better with the Bank of America Mobile Banking App.

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