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Jackie Robinson Ballpark

With a bevy of unique features and amenities, Jackie Robinson Ballpark is widely recognized as one of the best ballparks in Minor League Baseball.

The historic ballpark opened on June 4, 1914 and is the 4th oldest ballpark still used in professional baseball. The ballpark was renamed after Jackie Robinson in 1989, with a statue being added outside the Orange Avenue Gate to celebrate Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier and playing his first professional game at the ballpark.

The Jack has undergone numerous renovations in the last decade to improve it's amenities and become more modern, while still keeping it's history and historic charm. The latest example was the addition of a new HD videoboard in left field, while keeping the manually operated scoreboard right next to it.

Come see the history and beauty of Jackie Robinson Ballpark for yourself!