Athletic Park

[Los Angeles] Athletic Park was a ballpark in Los Angeles, California, USA. Tenants include the Los Angeles Seraphs, Los Angeles Angels. It was the site of the first professional night game on the Pacific coast, which took place on July 2, 1893. USC played football games against Occidental College, Caltech, Los Angeles High School and Los A...
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Athletic Park

[Medicine Hat] Athletic Park is a stadium in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. It is primarily used for baseball and was the home of the Medicine Hat Blue Jays of the Pioneer League and home to the Medicine Hat Mavericks of the Western Major Baseball League since 2002. The ballpark has a capacity of 3,000 people and was opened in 1977. Upgrade...
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Athletic Park

[Wausau] Athletic Park is a baseball stadium in Wausau, Wisconsin. It was the home of the Wausau Timbers of the Midwest League until 1990. It is the home field of the Wisconsin Woodchucks baseball team of the Northwoods League. It was built in 1936. Additions include a roof in 1950, concessions in 1977, and clubhouses in 1981. It holds 3,85...
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Athletic Park

Athletic Park can refer to many places, including: ...
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Athletic Park

[Minneapolis] Athletic Park was the home of the Minneapolis Millers baseball team from 1889 to 1896. The park was located behind the West Hotel at 6th St and 1st Ave North in Minneapolis near where Target Center and Target Field are today. The playing field was very small causing a high number of home runs in era of when they were rare. The...
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Athletic Park

[Vancouver] Athletic Park was a sports facility in Vancouver, British Columbia mainly used for baseball but also hosted football games, lacrosse, bike races, and rallies. ==Opening day== The man who would later be known as Vancouver`s `Mr. Baseball` cleared the stadium site himself, and was responsible for the building of the structure made...
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