American Legion Post 325

American Legion Field is a stadium in Danville, Virginia. Located in this Southside Virginia city's Dan Daniel Memorial Park, just north of the Dan River, it is primarily used for baseball and is the home field of the Danville Braves minor league baseball team. It was built in 1993 and was named for American Legion Memorial Post 325, which serves the city's northern half. It holds 2,588 people, in a V-shaped configuration of several disconnected units running from the first to third base side.

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American Legion Field
Location     302 River Park Dr
Danville, VA 24540
Opened     1993
Surface     Grass
Capacity     2,588
Field dimensions     LF 330
CF 400
RF 330
Danville Braves, Appalachian League (1993-present)

American Legion Post 325

American Legion Post 325

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