It may not be the swankiest ballpark in the majors, but Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum certainly has seen more than its fair share of great moments in the 40 years since the A's took up residence in 1968. Take the photo tour, then read all about the Pilgrimage to The Coliseum.

Playing underground

Stats lovers should note that McAfee Coliseum has the largest foul territory of any MLB park, the smallest seating capacity (35,067)
in the majors and, get this, a playing surface that is actually situated 21 feet below sea level. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)