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Friday April 11th, 2014

Fans watch the opening day ceremonies at the Texas Rangers home opener. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) Fans watch the opening day ceremonies at the Rangers' home opener against the Phillies. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Globe Life Park, the home of the Texas Rangers, led the way during MLB teams' home openers with the most check-ins, according to data compiled by Facebook.

Facebook took data and check-ins from every MLB stadium from March 31 through April 8. The stadiums were then ranked by the number of people that used the social media website to check-in during the game.

Milwaukee's Miller Park, Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium, San Francisco's AT&T Park and Atlanta's Turner Field round out the top five.

Next on the list are: Boston's Fenway Park, Houston's Minute Maid Park, Chicago's Wrigley Field, New York's Yankee Stadium and Detroit's Comerica Park.

  Facebook, MLB Stadiums

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