Pop Chart Lab's Newest Poster Breaks Down Big League Ballparks Throughout History

Baseball buffs: How well do you know your Major League Baseball stadiums? Expand your command of the subject with Pop Chart Lab's latest poster, which illustrates and breaks down stats on 49 ballparks from 1876 to present.

Each stadium is annotated with location, seating capacity, date of first pitch, and date of last pitch (if applicable). At the bottom, you'll find a timeline that tracks the home stadiums of all your favorite teams, from Fenway Park to Yankee Stadium. Marvel at San Francisco's now-defunct Candlestick Park, which dwarfed its peers at the time with a capacity of 63,000. It shuttered after September 30, 1999, when the Giants moved to AT&T Park, which seats 41,915. The poster, which measures 24 by 36 inches and is priced starting at $37, is now available for preorder and starts shipping on April 6. Hang it proudly in the den next to the flat screen with all your other sports memorabilia and study up during commercials.

This isn't Pop Chart Lab's only poster on America's Pastime; there's this chart, which illustrates the taxonomy of nearly 600 team names (there are a lot of teams named after animals), and this visual compendium of all those crisp uniforms.

Seeking some more visually driven decor for your home? Check out our picks for the best Pop Chart Lab posters, glassware, and more.

Preview the Ballparks artwork below:

Pop Chart Ballparks Poster
Courtesy of Pop Chart Lab

Save 25% on Ranger Station’s Woodsy Candles and Colognes

by Shane Roberts

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Ranger Station's natural soy double wick candles are so fragrant you don’t even need to light them to change the smell of a room. When you finally get through their 40+ hour burn time, the jar is actually a very nice tumbler.

More recently, Ranger Station brought their olfactory expertise to perfume with the same amazing results. Their Oak Moss, available as both a candle and a cologne, is a fan favorite.

Everything Ranger Station makes is extremely giftable, especially when paired with their lighters and awesome but totally unnecessary wick trimmers.

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12 Items Every Taco Lover Needs

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October 4 is National Taco Day. Let’s tacobout some products you can buy to show your love for this most excellent of foods every day of the year.

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1. TRICERATACO HOLDER; $22

Two dinosaur shaped taco holders with tacos in them.
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Yes, you could buy some more standard stainless steel taco holders, but why not get these punny and whimsical stands instead? They’re made of BPA-free plastic and are dishwasher safe. If carnivorous dinos are more your speed, try the TACOsaurus Rex.

Find it: Amazon

2. SHORT SLEEVE TACO SHIRT; $16 - $25

Subtly show your taco appreciation with this button up shirt, which is equipped with a tiny taco print and is made of 100 percent cotton. (They recommend buying a size up from your usual size.)

Find it: Amazon

3. TACO WAIST PACK; $11

A fanny pack with tacos on it.
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Don’t call it a fanny pack: This taco-adorned waist pack has three compartments and an adjustable strap that will accommodate taco bellies up to 46 inches.

Find it: Amazon

4. TACOS: RECIPES AND PROVOCATIONS; $21

This book, written by New York City chef Alex Stupack, is filled with essays, gorgeous photographs, and, of course, recipes. Learn how to make tortillas from scratch, whip up delicious salsas, and top it all off with fillings that are anything but basic. The book promises to “change the way you make—and think about—tacos forever.”

Find it: Amazon

5. TACO HAT; $20

A hat that looks like a taco.
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Perfect for Taco Tuesday or Halloween (or both!), this hat measures 8 inches by 18 inches.

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6. TACOS VINTAGE TEE; $20

This retro shirt comes in men’s and women’s cuts and five different colors.

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7. TACO CAT BED; $48

A cat in a bed that looks like a taco.
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This adorable, cozy taco bed is perfect for your feline friend. Made of padded fleece and microfiber yarn, it has wire in the trim to help it hold its shape and comes with catnip-stuffed pepper toys.

Find it: Amazon

8. TACO DOG COLLAR; $20

A dog collar with tacos on it.
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This dog collar is both durable and stylish: Made of polyester with a plastic buckle, it’s adorned with a mustachioed taco.

Find it: Amazon

9. KIDROBOT TACO PILLOW; $30

A cute taco pillow with a happy face on it.
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This friendly-faced pillow will look great on your bed or couch. If photorealism is what you’re looking for in your taco, consider this one.

Find it: Amazon

10. TACO SOCKS; $12

These crew length cotton socks are adorned with avocados, peppers, limes, hot sauce, and tacos. On the bottom, they say “If you can read this” and “bring me some tacos.”

Find it: Amazon

11. TACO POOL FLOAT; $11

A pool float shaped like a taco with a face on it.
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At 5 feet long, this vinyl taco float is made for lounging in the pool. It comes with a patch kit for easy repairs.

Find it: Amazon

12. TACO KITCHEN TOWEL; $15

Made of microfiber fabric, this tea towel—which measures 16 by 24 inches—is both cute and functional: Made of microfiber terrycloth, it’s ultra absorbent, and the dyes won’t fade.

Find it: Amazon

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