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Alfond Stadium at Harper-Shepherd Field / Rollins College Tars / Winter Park Diamond Dawgs

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Alfond Stadium at Harper-Stephens Field

Tucked away off Winter Park's main drag, Alfond Stadium at Harper-Shepherd Field has hosted baseball since 1926 and is home to one of the great traditional college-baseball tournaments, Baseball Week.

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Updated: Duck Pond, Madison Mallards

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Warner Park

We've updated our look at Warner Park (aka "The Duck Pond"), as the Madison Mallards (summer collegiate; Northwoods League) unveil upgrades for the 2012 season.

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Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome / Minnesota Golden Gophers

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Metrodome

Hailed as an engineering marvel when it opened in 1982 and abandoned by the Minnesota Twins for a spiffier Target Field, the Metrodome is still a functioning ballpark, hosting Golden Gopher baseball as well as a slew of small-college and high-school games every winter and spring.

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Alfred A. McKethan Stadium at Perry Field / Florida Gators

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Florida GatorsNamed for Alfred A. McKethan, a wealthy benefactor who contributed $2.4 million toward the construction of the ballpark, Alfred A. McKethan Stadium at Perry Field has been home to University of Florida baseball since 1988.

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Port Arthur Stadium / Thunder Bay Border Cats

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There are some ballparks that are just plain likable, in spite of some deficiencies. Port Arthur Stadium, tucked into a corner of Thunder Bay, is one of those places. It's not a very large facility, and it's not very fancy. In fact, it's a pretty basic ballpark and the Thunder Bay Border Cats don't do a lot of fancy between innings activities. So, if you like your baseball simple and uncomplicated, this is your kind of ballpark and your kind of team.

Port Arthur Stadium, Thunder Bay

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