COMPLETE BALLPARK HISTORY OF THE THREE-I LEAGUE SINCE 1925 (Click on any photo to see that ballpark's full online gallery)
WATERLOO Iowa

Municipal Stadium
Waterloo Red Hawks
1956-1946
TOPEKA KS

Owl Ballpark
Topeka Reds / Hawks
1961-1959
Each ballpark below has a 20+ page gallery of photographs. Click any ballpark photo to see that stadium's full gallery.
The Triple-I League is one of Professional Baseball's original Minor League systems, starting in 1901 and lasting (with a few stops and starts) all the way until 1961. The Triple-I League was sometimes also referred to as the "Triple-Eye League" and of course utilized the three states as shown above. The league would give way to many future Hall of Famers including Warren Spahn, Jim Bunning, Lou Boudreau, Burleigh Grimes, Carl Hubbell, Chuck Kllein, Red Ruffing, Mordecai Brown, Luis Aparicio, Billy Williams, Tony Lazzari and Hank Greenberg. The Triple-I League finally came to an end after the 1961 season with the rise of today's famed Single-A Midwest League taking over most of the prized media markets in the Triple-I League's jurisdiction.
Goodland Field
Fox Cities Foxes
1961-1958
BLOOMINGTON IL

Fans Field
Bloomingdale Bloomers
1939-37, 35, 31-19
BURLINGTON Iowa

Community Park I
Burlington Flints/Bees
1961-1952
CEDAR RAPIDS Iowa

Veterans Memorial Stad.
Cedar Rapids Raiders
1961-50
CEDAR RAPIDS Iowa

Belden Hill Park
Cedar Rapids Rabbits
1961-50, 42-38, 21-20
CLINTON Iowa

Riverview Stadium
Clinton Giants/Owls
1941-1937
DANVILLE Illinois

Danville Stadium
Danville Dodgers
1950-1946
DANVILLE Illinois

Soldiers Home Park
Danville Veterans
1932-1922
DAVENPORT Iowa

O'Donnell Stadium
Davenport Dav-Sox
1958-1946
Staley Field
Decatur Commodores
1926-23, 1915
Fans Field
Decatur Commodores
1950-46,42-37,35,32-27

Sec Taylor Stadium I
Des Moines Demons
1961-1959
Bosse Field
Evansville Bees / Braves
1957-46,42-38, 31-21,19
FORT WAYNE Indiana

The Grand Duchess
Fort Wayne Chiefs
1935
GREEN BAY Wisconsin

Blue Jay Field
Green Bay Blue Jays
1960-1958
KEOKUK Iowa

Joyce Park II
Keokuk Kernels
1957-1952
Sherman Field
Lincoln Chiefs
1961-1959
Breese Stevens Field
Madison Blues
1942-1923
Browning Field
Moline Plowboys
1951-1937, 1923-1919
Woodruff Field
Peoria Chiefs/Tractors
1957-53, 37, 35, 32-25
QUINCY Illinois

Q Ballpark
Quincy Gems
1956-1946
QUINCY Illinois

Eagles Park
Quincy Indians/RedBirds
1932-1925
Mayo Field
Rochester A's
1958
Douglas Park
Rock Island Islanders
1921-1901
SIOUX CITY Iowa

Soos Park
Sioux City Soos
1960-1959
ROCKFORD Illinois

Kishwaukee Ballpark
Rockford Rox / Bells
1923-1917

Gene Gabrych Park
Winona A's
1958
WATERLOO Iowa

Red Hawk Stadium
Waterloo Red Hawks
1942-1938

Lanphier Park
Springfield Browns
1949-1925
TERRE HAUTE IN

Memorial Stadium
Terre Haute Tots
1956-1925
TERRE HAUTE IN

Athletic Park
Terre Haute Tots
1924-1919