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LaGrave Field

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Address: 301 NE 6th St,

Fort Worth, TX 76106

Capacity: 5,100
Opened: 2002
Surface: Grass
Also known as: none
Current resident(s): Fort Worth Cats
Texas Wesleyan University
Field dimensions: Left field - 325 ft
Center Field - 400 ft
Right field - 335 ft
Fw cats.jpg

LaGrave Field is home of the Fort Worth Cats of the American Association.

LaGrave Field was also the name of a stadium that was home of the Fort Worth Panthers and Fort Worth Cats. The stadium suffered a fire in 1949; it was rebuilt to hold 13,000 fans. In 1960 the team merged with the Dallas Rangers; the new Dallas-Fort Worth Rangers split their home games between LaGrave Field and Burnett Field. In 1965 Turnpike Stadium was built to replace both LaGrave Field and Burnett Field.

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