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Bosse Field / Evansville Otters

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Bosse Field

It is one of the oldest ballparks still hosting baseball, a historic venue that still feels much as it did during its June 17, 1915 opening. Welcome to Evansville's Bosse Field.


Preview: Uni-Trade Stadium / Laredo Lemurs

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Uni-Trade Stadium

The new home of the Laredo Lemurs (independent; American Association) is slated to open for the 2012 season.


The Corn Crib / Normal Cornbelters

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It is the corniest ballpark in the independent leagues -- which is saying a whole lot. While the Frontier League's Normal CornBelters made waves in America's Heartland because of the team's unusual marketing strategies and product placement, the real story is how team ownership and ballpark architects managed to create a mid-range ballpark on an extremely limited budget.


Midway Stadium / St. Paul Saints

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It is the ballpark that put independent baseball on the map, the place where Mike Veeck and crew honed their skills at turning a minor-league baseball game into a three-ring circus. Oh, and some pretty good baseball has been played here over the years as well. Here's a look at Midway Stadium, the home of the St. Paul Saints.

Lawrence-Dumont Stadium / Wichita Wingnuts

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You will take a step back in baseball history when you visit Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, located on the southwest edge of downtown Wichita. Home to the American Association's Wichita Wingnuts and the National Baseball Congress (NBC), the 1934-built ballpark features a treasure trove of baseball history.


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