Jimmy John’s Field is the home to four different baseball clubs that make up the United Shores Professional Baseball League. The ballpark might be one of the better-kept secrets in the sport due to its distinct features, amenities, and ability to host baseball every single weekend from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
The site of Damaschke Field has been used for baseball since 1905 and has seen a history of professional, semi-pro, and collegiate summer baseball played on its grounds. The Oneonta Outlaws have called the stadium home since 2010 and give the former minor league ballpark a little more life during the season.
The War Memorial Stadium in Hampton, Virginia is home to Coastal Plain League baseball during the months of June and July. Each summer, fans pack the historic facility to enjoy exciting baseball at hard-to-beat prices.
Dunn Field enters its 80th season next year (2019) and the fans are still coming out to the old ballpark. Elmira Pioneers attendance figures rank fourth total in all of collegiate baseball.
Danville Stadium was built in 1946 as a minor league ballpark for a Brooklyn Dodgers farm team; today it’s the home of the Danville Dans, a collegiate summer league team continuing the tradition of baseball in town.