Lynchburg City Stadium

Lynchburg, Virginia

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Lynchburg City Stadium - Lynchburg, Virginia
Team: Lynchburg Hillcats
Affiliate: Atlanta Braves
Seating Capacity: 4,000
Dimensions: LF 325
CF 390
  RF 325
Year Opened: 1940
Former Notable Players: Rick Aguilera, Lenny Dykstra, Andy Etchebarren, Dwight Gooden, and Darryl Strawberry.
Notes: The ballpark is part of the WPA depression-era project that was constructed along with a football stadium, both were named City Stadium. The naming rights to baseball facility were bought by,Merritt Hutchinson Resort and Conference Center, a nearby resort and conference center in 1999. In 2002 the naming rights reverted back to the city. The number 26 on the outfield wall, is the retired jersey number of Jim Bibby, a long-time Lynchburg pitching coach and resident, the only number retired in franchise history. A six million dollar, multi-year rehabilitation of the facility was completed in time for the 2004 season. Calvin Falwell Field at Lynchburg City Stadium now has many of the same amenities as minor league ballparks that were built in the last decade from the ground up.
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Myrtle Beach Pelicans vs. Lynchburg Hillcats, May 12, 2001
Wilmington Blue Rocks vs. Lynchburg Hillcats, April 14, 2002
Salem Avalanche vs. Lynchburg Hillcats, July 5, 2002
Salem Avalanche vs. Lynchburg Hillcats, September 2, 2002
Kinston Indians vs. Lynchburg Hillcats, September 10, 2002
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