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Rediscover Forgotten Ballparks Through My Blog

A worn down version of Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium

A Drive Around Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium

In February 2001, the City of Baltimore began demolition of Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium. A fight over ...
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The Rockpile – Buffalo’s War Memorial Stadium

War Memorial Stadium was a multi-use sports facility located at 285 Dodge Street in Buffalo, New ...
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Buffalo Base Ball Park and Offermann Stadium

Professional baseball was played at the corner of East Ferry and Michigan Avenue in Buffalo, ...
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Baseballs and Superbowls – Tampa’s Al Lopez Field

Al Lopez Field was located at the intersection of North Himes Avenue and West Woodlawn Avenue ...
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A Tiger Stadium Drive Around

Five years ago the last vestiges of Tiger Stadium met the wrecking ball. The decade-long march toward ...
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A Pre-Renovation Wrigley Field Walk Around

Knowing that the Chicago Cubs are embarking on a $575 million renovation of historic Wrigley ...
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There Once Was A Ballpark – Rochester’s Silver Stadium/Red Wing Stadium

Silver Stadium was located at 500 Norton Street in Rochester, New York. The ballpark opened ...
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Hartford’s Bulkeley Stadium – Now A Nursing Home With A Home Plate

Morgan M. Bulkeley Stadium was located on the southeast corner of Hanmer Street and George ...
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Paterson New Jersey’s Hinchliffe Stadium – A Diamond In The Rough

Hinchliffe Stadium is located at the intersection of Liberty Street and Maple Street in Paterson, ...
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Joe W. Davis Stadium Marquee

The Stars No Longer Shine At Huntsville’s Joe W. Davis Stadium

Joe W. Davis Municipal Stadium is located at 3125 Leeman Ferry Road in Huntsville, Alabama. Joe ...
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The renovation of main ticket booth of the League Park

Cleveland’s League Park Reborn – If You Renovate It They Will Come

There is good news in Cleveland. The former site of League Park – once home ...
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The Hershel Greer Stadium

The Nashville Sounds of Silence At Greer Stadium

Hershel Greer Stadium, home of the Nashville Sounds, currently is located at 534 Chestnut Street, ...
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