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League Park II (Cleveland)

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Home of the Cleveland Indians, 1910 to 1946

(also known as Dunn Field, 1916 to 1927)


CAPACITY: 21,000 (1910); 22,500 (1939)

FIRST GAME: April 21, 1910, vs. Detroit Tigers (Tigers 5, Indians 0)

LAST GAME: September 21, 1946, vs. Detroit Tigers (Tigers 5, Indians 3)

LARGEST CROWD: 33,626 (Total) - June 15, 1930, vs. New York Yankees; 28,676 (Paid) - June 11, 1920, vs. New York Yankees

HIGH SEASON ATTENDANCE: 912,832 (1920)

LOW SEASON ATTENDANCE: 159,285 (1915)

OTHER OCCUPANTS: Cleveland Tigers (NFL), 1920; Cleveland Indians (NFL), 1921, 1927; Cleveland Bulldogs (NFL), 1924, 1925; Cleveland Rams (NFL), 1937, 1942, 1944, 1945

[edit] Further Reading

  • Ken Krsolovic and Bryan Fritz: League Park: Historic Home of Cleveland Baseball, 1891-1946, McFarland, Jefferson, NC, 2013. ISBN 978-0-7864-6826-3
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