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Polo Grounds

The scene of some of the most memorable moments in sports history, New York's Polo Grounds served as home at various times to five different professional baseball and football teams.  Although the ballpark became most closely associated with the National League's New York Giants through the years, the Yankees and Mets also called the Polo Grounds home for a few seasons.  

By Bob_Cohen
Polo Grounds

Polo Grounds

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1951 World Series, 1954 World Series, All-Star Game, Bobby Thompson, Carl Hubbell, Polo Grounds, Polo Grounds I, Polo Grounds IV, Willie Mays

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