By 1988, every Minor League city began to covet one of these mini-Major type stadiums. The first city to do it, and perhaps still one of the best examples, was Buffalo in 1988. Pilot Field (now Coca-Cola Field), was a marvel of stadium architecture. A beautiful ballpark that had a wonderful combination, in that it felt like a Major League stadium but had all of the intimacy of a Minor League ballpark. By the end of 1992, 30 new ballparks were built. The technique was refined and a new breed of even better ballpark began to make their appearance as Camden Yards came onto the scene.