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There used to be more than there is now, but I believe Yankee Stadium is the only one left. It is my opinion that all stadiums should be named with the format "Team name -s + the word Stadium". At the very least, Comerica Park should still be called Tiger Stadium, just like the old one that was demolished. And Royal Stadium should change the name back. When the built the new stadium in Seattle to replace the King Dome, that should have been given the name Mariner Stadium.
Why? $money. But there are others: Dodger Stadium Nationals Park Marlins Park Oriole Park at Camden Yards Angel Stadium of Anaheim (sigh... it just never gets friendly familiar, does it?) Rangers Ballpark In Arlington
You forgot Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Dodger Stadium, Marlins Park, Nationals Park, Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. So that's seven. And actually, MLB stadiums named after teams hasn't ever been that common. The only teams to have stadiums with the team name for a significant amount of time were the Boston Braves (Braves Field), the Chicago White Sox (Comiskey Park was called White Sox Park in the 1960s and 1970s, but it was called Comiskey for most of its existence), the Detroit Tigers (and even then, it was only called Tiger Stadium the last 40 years of play, that's less than half of its life), the Houston Astros (though weren't the Astros actually named after the Astrodome or something?), and the Royals. So there are more stadiums named after teams NOW than "ever." By my count, 18 franchises have "never" had a stadium named after their team, and that includes 12 of the 16 pre-expansion (and pre-corporate naming rights) teams.
Sometimes it's because they're "sponsored" (not sure if that would be the correct terminology for it) by companies examples are coors field, minute maid, and ALOT of football stadiums are like Heinz, sports authority, and, the worst in my opinion overstock in Oakland, among others. And some are based of former owners, coaches, local. And some are based off stuff from the region, like Three Rivers Stadium (pirates/steelers old stadium)
Kauffman Stadium should, under no circumstances, go back to being Royals Stadium. Ewing Kauffman was a great man that meant a lot to Kansas City and even more to the franchise. Every Royals fan I know is honored that the stadium carries his name.
Let the fans decide. They pay for most of them. The current Yankee Stadium will be completely paid off by the tax payers. Statesboro 2049.
Because they get sponserd to have what ever name on it for marketing and money.