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Knights Stadium History

Jim Thome (L) and Charlie Manuel (R) led the Knights to the 1993 Governors' Cup Championship.
Livan Hernandez delivered the first pitch of his American professional career with the Knights on April 13, 1996.
ABOUT:
Original Name: Knights Castle
Broke Ground: February 20, 1989
Opened: April 5, 1990
Construction Cost: $12 Million
Owner: York County
Dimensions: Left-330', Center-400', Right-330'
Capacity: 10,002
Largest Crowd: 15,591 (7/4/08 vs. Durham)

SEASONS:

Year Record Finish Manager Affiliation
1990* 65-79 4th Jay Loviglio & Tommy Helms Chicago (NL)
1991* 74-70 4th Jay Loviglio Chicago (NL)
1992* 70-73 2nd Marv Foley Chicago (NL)
1993 86-55 1st Charlie Manuel Cleveland
1994 77-65 2nd Brian Graham Cleveland
1995 59-81 5th Sal Rende Florida
1996 62-79 4th Sal Rende Florida
1997 76-65 2nd Carlos Tosca Florida
1998 70-73 3rd Fredi Gonzalez Florida
1999 82-62 2nd Tom Spencer Chicago (AL)
2000 78-65 2nd Nick Leyva Chicago (AL)
2001 67-77 4th Nick Leyva Chicago (AL)
2002 55-88 4th Nick Capra Chicago (AL)
2003 74-70 2nd Nick Capra Chicago (AL)
2004 68-74 4th Nick Capra Chicago (AL)
2005 56-87 3rd Nick Leyva & Manny Trillo Chicago (AL)
2006 79-62 1st Razor Shines Chicago (AL)
2007 63-80 4th Marc Bombard Chicago (AL)
2008 63-78 T-3rd Marc Bombard Chicago (AL)
2009 67-76 4th Chris Chambliss Chicago (AL)
2010 67-77 4th Chris Chambliss Chicago (AL)
2011 69-74 3rd Joe McEwing Chicago (AL)
2012 83-61 1st Joel Skinner Chicago (AL)

*Denotes team played in the Southern League (AA)
Bold denotes Governors' Cup Champions