The Metrodome has a chance to host its last MLB game during the postseason. Which other recent parks have?

Starting from 1989, when Toronto kicked off the building boom (which is now, oy, 20 years ago!), 21 major league parks have closed. (The Nationals/Expos have closed two, three if we count their partial home in 2003-04, Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, but we won't, since even if the Expos had gotten to... show more Starting from 1989, when Toronto kicked off the building boom (which is now, oy, 20 years ago!), 21 major league parks have closed. (The Nationals/Expos have closed two, three if we count their partial home in 2003-04, Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, but we won't, since even if the Expos had gotten to October, games would not have been sited there.)

The Metrodome is about to become the 22nd closure -- but the battlin' Twins are making the push to play on into the postseason. If they make it, the Homerdome will become the fourth park of this era to end its days with a postseason game.

Which were the other three?
Update: AFCS is one.

The two others...?
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