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Appeal-Democrat Park

Appeal-Democrat Park (formerly known as Bryant Field and later as All Seasons RV Stadium) is a stadium in Marysville, California, USA. Its name reflects a sponsorship deal with the local newspaper, the Appeal-Democrat. The stadium is primarily used for baseball and is the home field of the formerly named Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox of the Horizon Air Summer Series, a collegiate woodbat league. In 2010 the team Name was changed to Marysville gold sox because no one knew where Yuba-Sutter was located. The ballpark had a capacity of 4,000 people, but now seats nearly 2,800. Located on the corner of 14th & B Streets, the stadium has the look and feel of an old-time ballpark with its brickwork trim, sunken dugouts, and outfield wall adorned with billboards.

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Appeal-Democrat Park

Appeal-Democrat Park

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All Seasons RV Stadium, Appeal-Democrat Park, Bryant Field, Horizon Air Summer Series, Marysville Gold Sox, Minor League Parks, Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox

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