Parker Field was actually 2 separate grandstands... a longer section which ran down 3rd base and then around home plate, and a separate section down the 1st baseline. Both sections were covered with a roof and were known for huge lighting banks which stood on top of them, that seemed like they belonged in Tiger Stadium more than at Parker Field. The stadium had been built in 1934, but not necessarily for baseball. Parker Field was a fairgrounds facility and the grandstand served as a venue for concerts and mud pulls and such. Professional Baseball was played at Mooers Field throughout the post war years.