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Connie Mack Field

Connie Mack Field
Mack Field
Full name Connie Mack Field
Former names Municipal Athletic Field (1924-1926)
Wright Field (1927-1952)
Location West Palm Beach, Florida
Capacity 3,500
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened October 1924
Demolished February 1992
Tenants

St. Louis Browns (AL) (spring training) (1928-1936)
Philadelphia-Kansas City Athletics (AL) (spring training) (1946-1962)
West Palm Beach Indians (FECL) (1940-1942); (FIL) (1946-1954); (FSL) (1955)
West Palm Beach Sun Chiefs (FSL) (1956)

West Palm Beach Braves (FSL) (1965-1968)

Connie Mack Field was a ballpark in [4]

References

  1. ^ Eliot Kleinberg (2009-06-18). "Honor To Field’s Namesake Was Posthumous". Retrieved 2009-09-22. 
  2. ^ Kleinberg, Eliot (2006). Palm Beach Past: The Best of "Post Time". Charleston, SC: The History Press. p. 51.  
  3. ^ Eliot Kleinberg (2007-12-26). "Mack Field Hosted Baseball Greats". Retrieved 2009-09-22. 
  4. ^ McGowen, Roscoe (1949-03-21). "Mackmen triumph over Brooklyn, 6-0". New York Times. p. 27. Retrieved 2009-09-22. 

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