Former Notable Players: None
The former spring training home of the Detroit Tigers
until 1966, when they moved to the more spacious
Joker Marchant Stadium
. It was the home
field for the FSL Lakeland Tigers for 2002 season, while Tigertown
underwent a year-long renovation project. It was the spring training
home for the Cleveland Indians from 1924 to 1927, with the Tigers
moving in with the 1934 season. It is named after Clare Henley,
a local merchant and baseball supporter in Lakeland. The home of
the Florida Southern College team for more forty years, it underwent
a $250,000 restoration effort to be ready for the 2002 FSL season.
It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.