Municipal Stadium (Hagerstown)
Municipal Stadium, inaugurated in 1930 with a capacity of 4,600 and located in Hagerstown, MD, has been the home park of all minor league teams in Hagerstown since that time, including Hagerstown Suns clubs in the Carolina League, Eastern League, and South Atlantic League every season since 1981. The park was also the site of Willie Mays' first professional game in 1950, while he was playing for the Trenton Giants.
|Current ballparks in South Atlantic League|
|North Division||South Division|
|Appalachian Power Park | Whitaker Bank Ballpark | Arthur W. Perdue Stadium | FirstEnergy Park
New Bridge Bank Park | L.P. Frans Stadium | Municipal Stadium
|CMC-NorthEast Stadium | Fluor Field | Joseph P. Riley Jr. Ballpark | SRP Park |
McCormick Park | Spirit Communications Park | State Mutual Stadium