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The ultimate baseball stadium coffee table book written by Digitalballparks
500 Ballparks takes a look at the history of baseball and its beloved architecture from its earliest beginnings until today. At 11.8" x8.6', and weighing 4 1/2 lbs, this book is a huge and stunning addition to any baseball lover's coffee table!
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New Last Week:
HI CORBETT FIELD
Former Spring Training
Home of the
Former Triple-A Home of the Tucson Cowboys
We take our final look at the ballparks of Spring Training with two the two historical ballparks... Francisco Grande in Casa Grande which the Giants used as one of their two shared spring training homes for nearly 2 decades and we look at the University of Maryland's old College Park where the Senators trained for 3 years during the war (when they weren't allowed to travel to their usual home, Tinker Field). Next week we will bring you photographs of a currently utilized Double-A park debuting on Digitalballparks for the first time!
We have rebuilt more indexes to how they will look in the new "Digitalballparks" coming soon:
New This Week:
Casa Grande Arizona
Former Spring Training Home of the
San Francisco Giants
and California Angels
New This Week:
College Park Maryland
Former Spring Training home to the Washington Senators during the War years
Former home of the University of Maryland Terrapins