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Alliant Energy Field

Alliant Energy Field is a stadium in Clinton, Iowa. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Clinton LumberKings minor league baseball team of the Midwest League. It was built in 1937 and its capacity is 4,000 fans. Public utility company Alliant Energy signed a 10-year, $450,000 naming rights contract in 2002. Prior to the agreement, the park was known as Riverview Stadium.

Alliant Energy Field
Former names     Riverview Stadium (1937–2001)
Location     Clinton, Iowa
Built     1937
Renovated     2005–2006
Surface     Grass
Capacity     4000
Field dimensions     Left field: 330 ft (100 m)
Center field: 401 ft (122 m)
Right field: 325 ft (99 m)
Tenants
Clinton LumberKings (Midwest League)
Ashford University Saints (NAIA)

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Alliant Energy Field

Alliant Energy Field

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Alliant Energy Field, Clinton LumberKings, Midwest League, Minor League Parks, Riverview Stadium

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  • Sonia40 said: There are precious few ballparks out there that so successfully combine the old and the new as Alliant Energy Field, and any community trying to figure out what to do with a historic, old facility should use this ballpark as a blueprint. outsourced recruiting services 8:24AM 11/26/13
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