For the record Shultis Stadium of 1930 (aka Producers Park), had a seating capacity of 3,000. When this opened to the KOM League it had a listed seating capacity of 2,200... leading further to the belief that this ballpark is not the historically first site of the first ever true "night game" in baseball history. What is not in question however... is that this was indeed the site of the KOM League's Independence Yankees... thus, the second reason why this is one of the most historical sites in Minor League history. This is where Mickey Mantle would play his first professional game.