Lawrence-Dumont Stadium is scheduled for demolition by the end of this year but for the past 47 years, many have said the ghost of “Hap” Dumont has haunted the stadium he helped built in 1934. Minor league ballparks offer quite a bit of everything, but do they have a supernatural?
The City of Wichita said goodbye to Lawrence-Dumont Stadium and will soon begin construction of a new Triple-A ballpark. It is indeed the end of an era for the 84-year-old ballpark.
The Town Ball Tavern located at Target Field is a glimpse to the word of amateur baseball that has been holding annual tournaments for close to a century.
If you are planning on heading to The Mini Met this weekend, here is what you need to know about the stadium that is one of the most picturesque in the state.
The Mini Met in Jordan is one of Minnesota’s most interesting ballparks. The home of the Jordan Brewers and site for all Class B tournament games this 2018 season offers a manual scoreboard, covered grandstand, and a train that passes by the outfield precisely at 6 PM
John Burch Field in Cannon Falls is one of Minnesota’s quirkiest ballparks. The left field borders the Cannon River, the grandstand is 10 feet above the playing field, and a majority of the fans sit along the first base line on limestone seats.