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Duncan Park in Spartanburg, South Carolina

by Taylor Pittman
(Spartanburg, South Carolina, US)

Duncan Park is a wooden stadium still in use in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It is primarily used for baseball and is currently the home of the Spartanburg High School baseball team and the Spartanburg Post 28 American Legion Baseball (ALB) team. It’s former residence include: Spartanburg Spartans (Minor League) 1926-1946, Spartanburg Peaches (Minor League) 1947-1955, Spartanburg Phillies (Minor League) 1963-1994, Wofford Terriers (Collegiate) 1996-2004, Spartanburg Crickets (SCBL) 2001-2005, Spartanburg Stingers (CPL) 2003-2006. The ballpark has a capacity of 3,000 people and opened in 1926.

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Jun 08, 2020
Thank You for your great contribution.
by: Carl

I appreciate your fine work. Thanks for your contribution to sharing Baseball History.

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