Duncan Park Stadium--Spartanburg, South
Bill Meyer Stadium--Knoxville, Tennesee
Former home of the now Tennessee Smokies of the (Class AA) Southern League.
Capacity: 6,412. Really neat stadium with nice warehouse
backdrop (the warehouse was formerly owned by Standard Knitting Mills)
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Historic Engel Stadium--Chattanooga, Tennesee
The Chattanooga Lookouts play here. Capacity: 7,500. Built in 1929, this
is one of the oldest minor league facilites still standing. Deepest
centerfield (471 ft.) in all of baseball. Ballpark outfield has some very
interesting a-symetrical angles.
Ernie Shore Field--Winston Salem, North Carolina
Home of the Winson-Salem Warthogs of the (Class A) Carolina
League. Capacity: 6,280. Park has a brick facade. Lights are set
in radio-tower style stands.
Durham Bulls Athletic Park--Durham, North Carolina
New home of the Durham Bulls (Tampa Devil Rays Affiliate) of the
(Class AAA) International League. Capacity: 9,500 (Approx.). Has a tall
wall just like Fenway Park in Boston. One of the nicest new minor
Durham Bulls Athletic Park also famous for the "SNORTING BULL"
Durham Athletic Park--Durham, North Carolina
Old home of the Durham Bulls. Capacity: 5,000. Regarded as the
definative minor league ballpark. A true classic.
Duncan Park Stadium--Spartanburg, South Carolina
Former home of the Phillies South Atlantic League affiliate.
Capacity: 3,000. Built around Duncan Park. Stadium is very family
friendly with an open ended play area in left field. Has some
seats from the old Connie Mack Stadium in Philadelphia.
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