Pennsylvania Ballparks

An entrance to Henninger Field

Henninger Field And 120 Years of Baseball in Chambersburg PA

Henninger Field is located at the intersection of Vine Street and Riddle Alley in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Henninger Field, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania The ...
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A building of the Pullman Park

Pullman Park – From Railroad Cars to Kelly Automotive Park

Pullman Park was located at 100 Pullman Park Place near the intersection of Pillow Street and Plum Street in Butler, Pennsylvania. ...
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A street sign near Gus Greenlee's Field

Gus Greenlee’s Field In Pittsburgh’s Hill District

Greenlee Field was located at the intersection of Bedford Avenue and Junilla Street in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ...
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A building at West Field

West Field – One of the Last Surviving Negro League Ballparks

West Field is located at the northwest intersection of West Street and Orchard Street, directly behind the Munhall Borough Police ...
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A view of the bleachers at Erie's Ainsworth Field

Erie’s Ainsworth Field – Baseball Archaeology In A Minor League Time Capsule

Ainsworth Field is located at the intersection of Washington Place and West 24th Street in Erie, Pennsylvania. Grandstand, Ainsworth Field, Erie, ...
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Nellie Fox Bowl

Before the Marvin Miller era, many major league players had to find work during the off season to help make ...
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A Forbes Field postcard

Forbes Field – Game Over

My earlier post, Forbes Field and the University of Pittsburgh, focuses on the portion of the original outfield wall that remains ...
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An old image of the Exposition Park

An Expedition to Pittsburgh’s Exposition Park(s)

Long before PNC Park, Three Rivers Stadium, and Forbes Field, Pittsburgh’s professional baseball teams played at a place known as ...
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The Vet – Veterans Stadium

Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia was home to the National League Phillies from 1971 until 2003. Phillies at Veterans Stadium (Philadelphia ...
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The Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers Stadium

Three Rivers Stadium, home to the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1970 through 2000, was located in the North Shore section of ...
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