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American Legion Post 325 Field at Dan Daniel Memorial Park



Capacity: 2,588
Top Crowd: July 3rd, 2006 - 2,793
Playing Surface: Natural Grass
Dimensions: Left Field 330 - Center Field 400 - Right Field 330


Nestled along the Dan River in spacious Dan Daniel Memorial Park, American Legion Post 325 Field sits among the prettiest scenery you will find in all of Minor League Baseball. With 2,588 seats, Legion Field is the second-largest in the Appalachian League. Danville-area fans are known for putting those seats to good use, as evidenced by the club topping the league in attendance from 1996-1999. A total of 39,534 fans attended games last season.

The park was constructed in 1992 and is owned by the city of Danville. Numerous other teams call Legion Field home. When the Braves aren't in-season, athletes from George Washington High School, American Legion Post 325 and Danville Community College use the field to work toward achieving their dream of making it to the big leagues.

A nice location, set among several family recreational facilities, Legion Field offers what few ballparks can - a place where men are given the opportunity to live out their dreams, allowing the community's young and old to live it with them. Without a doubt, American Legion Post 325 Field is second to none.