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Robison Field

 

Robison Field

Former names New Sportsman's Park (1893-1899) (aka Union Park)

League Park (1899-1911)

Cardinal Field (1917-1920)

Location Natural Bridge Avenue and Vandeventer Avenue, St Louis, Missouri

Opened April 27, 1893 

Closed June 6, 1920 

Demolished before 1926

Surface Grass

Capacity 14,500 (1893)

15,200 (1899)

21,000 (1909)

Field dimensions Left Field - 470 ft (1893), 380 ft (1909)

Left-Center - 520 ft (1893), 400 ft (1909)

Center Field - 500 ft (1893), 435 ft (1909)

Right-Center - 330 ft (1893), 320 ft (1909)

Right Field - 290 ft (1893)

Backstop - 120 ft (1893)

Tenants

St. Louis Cardinals (MLB) (1893-1920)

 

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