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Bosse Field, Evansville

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.9/5 based on 80 reviews on the web
Bosse Field is a baseball stadium located in Evansville, Indiana. Opened in 1915, it was the first municipally owned sports stadium in the United States and is the third-oldest ballpark still in regular use for professional baseball, surpassed only by Fenway Park (1912) in Boston and Wrigley Field (1914) in Chicago.It is the home field for the professional minor league Evansville Otters of the independent Frontier League, as well as high school and American Legion games, and in the past hosted spring training for the Detroit Tigers, college baseball, high school, college, and NFL football, college soccer, and concerts. Five Baseball Hall of Fame members played for Evansville teams at Bosse Field during their minor league careers, including Chuck Klein, Hank Greenburg, Warren Spahn, Bob Uecker, and Bert Blyleven. The historic stadium was also used in 1991 by Columbia Pictures for filming numerous game scenes in the movie A League of Their Own.
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  • We went to several entertainment venues at Bosse Field but mainly baseball games. It is old with lots of character and charm. 
  • This is a great place to attend and watch the otters play ball. Relax and have some popcorn and a hotdog. It will take you back in time. 
  • From the moment you walk in to Bosse Field, you see nothing but history. Built in 1915, it is the 3rd oldest stadium in pro baseball. It was used as the home field for the Racine Belles in the movie "...  read more »
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