Doubleday Field

Cooperstown, New York

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Doubleday Field - Cooperstown, New York
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Seating Capacity: 9,800
Dimensions: LF 296
CF 390
RF 312
Year Opened: 1939
Former Notable Players: None
Notes: Located on the site of the legendary birthplace of baseball, Phinney's Farm, it is used for one professional baseball game during Baseball Hall of Fame induction weekend. The annual Hall of Fame Weekend NY-Penn League game. It was the home of the annual MLB Hall of Fame game, until 2008. The ball park is named for Abner Doubleday, who at one time was credited with being the inventor of baseball.
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