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Bugle Field – Home of the Baltimore Elite Giants

Bugle Field was located in East Baltimore at the intersection of Federal Street and Edison ...
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Rickwood Field – Baseball’s Time Capsule

Rickwood Field, located at 1137 2nd St W, in Birmingham, Alabama, is a century-old time ...
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J.P. Small Memorial Park – Jacksonville’s Oldest Ballfield

Baseball has been played at 1701 Myrtle Avenue in Jacksonville, Florida, since 1912. Currently known ...
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The Durham Athletic Park

Durham Athletic Park – A Real Life Major Motion Picture Site

Durham Athletic Park (often referred to with the acronym DAP) is located at the intersection ...
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War Memorial Stadium – Greensboro, North Carolina

War Memorial Stadium in Greensboro, North Carolina, was opened in 1926. From 1930 until 2004, ...
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The College Park field

Charleston’s College Park – A Lost Ballpark In The Making

College Park in Charleston, South Carolina, still stands, but just barely. From 1939 to 1996 ...
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Ponce De Leon Park postcard

Atlanta’s Other Lost Ballpark – Ponce De Leon Park

Long before Turner Field, before Fulton County Stadium, there was a wonderful minor league ballpark in ...
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The 1913 Baltimore Black Sox

Searching For The Baltimore Black Sox’s Lost Ballparks

Just south of Camden Yards are two historic baseball sites, the exact location of which ...
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Shoeless Joe Jackson Comes To Greenville And Stays

Joesph Jefferson Wofford “Shoeless Joe” Jackson was born in 1887 in Pickens County, South Carolina, ...
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Chicago’s South Side Park And The Neighborhood Of Lost Ballparks

South Side Park, located at the intersection of W Pershing Road and S Princeton Street ...
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Chicago’s West Side Grounds – Where The Cubs Last Won the World Series

West Side Grounds (also called West Side Park) at the intersection of S Wolcott Avenue ...
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Walter Johnson: The Montgomery County Farmer Who Could Also Pitch

Walter Johnson was arguably the greatest pitcher of all time. He played his entire major ...
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