Category Archives: Old Ballparks

Brown Street Field, Sydney Mines

The Sydney Mines Ramblers of the Cape Breton Colliery League played at Brown Street Field.  The park is currently a softball field, located on Dwyer Street, just off of Brown Street.  The field was used throughout the 1930s as the … Continue reading

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South Street Field, Glace Bay

The Glace Bay Miners of the old Cape Breton Colliery League played their home games at South Street Field.  At 59°57’02.75″ west, this the most easterly park in Organized Baseball history.  The field is still in use today, assuming that … Continue reading

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Old Liverpool Ball Field

As one might guess from my posts regarding the Wanderer’s Grounds and Little Brooklyn, I have a fascination with old ball fields and what they’re used for today.  This post will be on the old Liverpool Ball Park. Baseball was … Continue reading

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There Used to Be a Ballpark

This post is about Arrow’s Ball Park, which was home to the Dartmouth Arrows of the old Halifax & District League.  The Arrows’ park was nicknamed Little Brooklyn (in honor of Ebbets Field in Brooklyn).  Little Brooklyn was located on … Continue reading

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Redelvelopment of Wanderers Grounds

This is the first in a series of blog posts about places where a minor league baseball park could be built in various Maritime centres.  I have discussed some of these in the past but I will go into farther … Continue reading

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