One of the two smaller ballparks located in St. Petersburg Florida was Coffee Pot Park aka Sunshine Park, located on Coffee Pot Bayou. This stadium first showed its face as a full time spring training home in 1914 for the St. Louis Browns. Coffee Pot Park had a tiny grandstand that sat only a few hundred fans with bleachers holding the rest of the overflow crowds. The second was Crescent Lake Park aka Miller Huggins Stadium. This ballpark would serve as the Spring Training home to the Yankees for nearly 4 decades... odd considering it was never anything more than some thrown together bleachers. In it's 40 year history of hosting the Yankees greats, it never featured any sort of proper covered grandstand.  The third ballpark was the jewel of this town... Waterfront Park. Located on the corner of 1st Ave SE and 1st St SE, baseball would be played and trained on for many years at this perfect little oasis near the water's edge.