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McCormick Field / Asheville Tourists

McCormick Field, the longtime home of the Asheville Tourists, is both a classic ballpark of the Sally League and an example of a ballpark reconstruction done right. Located on the edge of downtown Asheville, McCormick Field has been the psychic center of baseball in Asheville since opening in 1924. FAST FACTS Year Opened: 1924; rebuilt […]

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PGE Park / Portland Beavers

Goodbye, PGE Park. With the former football stadium and racetrack slated for a conversion to an MLS soccer stadium in coming months, Portland will once again be without baseball. Here’s a look at PGE Park when it served as the home of the PCL’s Portland Beavers. FAST FACTS Year Built: 1926; rebuilt 2001 Capacity: 20,000 […]

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Isotopes Park / Albuquerque Isotopes

Isotopes Park, the home of the Albuquerque Isotopes, is a retro ballpark, but it’s not retro in terms of brick and steel. Instead, Isotopes Park takes design cues from the 1940s and 1950s architecture found throughout Albuquerque and integrates them into a ballpark setting. Yes, it’s retro in that it hearkens back to the dawn […]

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Cobb Field / Billings Mustangs

This is a baseball stadium without pretension, providing one of the purer baseball experiences in the minor leagues. If you don’t have an interest in baseball, you’re not going to like Cobb Field. But if you like baseball, you’ll love Cobb Field. Home to minor-league baseball since 1948, Cobb Field offers the same basic baseball […]

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