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 St. Croix River Hounds and its new ballpark will have to wait until the 2020 season, perhaps that is a good thing.
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 past few weeks have been very interesting in the world of summer collegiate baseball. There have been copious amounts of franchises coming and going, that everytime an article is devised, it has to be suddenly changed to coordinate with that day’s news.
Stadium Journey announces its top 20 independent ballparks from across the multiple independent baseball leagues in the United States and Canada.
Lawrence-Dumont Stadium closed its doors after 85 years as the home for baseball in Wichita. The facility hosted every type of ball from college to professional and was the longtime home for the NBC World Series. Stadium Journey was able to get in before it closed its doors for the stadium’s final review.