McDonough Park

Geneva, New York

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McDonough Park - Geneva, New York
Team: Geneva Red Wings
Affiliate: None
Seating Capacity: 3,000
Dimensions: LF 325
CF
  RF 320
Year Opened: 1958
Former Notable Players: Mike Hargrove, Bill Madlock, Tony Perez, Pete Rose, Kent Tekulve, and Cesar Tovar.
Notes: A long-time home to New York-Penn League teams until 1993, when the final franchise relocated to Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The deteriorating facility is now used by the New York Collegiate Baseball League and local high schools. Opened as Shuron Park in deference to the adjacent Shuron Optical plant, it was renamed in honor of Joseph McDonough, a long-time franchise general manager in 1977. In 1972, it was the site of the first professional baseball game umpired by a woman.
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