Tinker Field

Orlando, Florida

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Tinker Field - Orlando, Florida
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Seating Capacity: 5,104
Dimensions: LF 340
CF 425
  RF 320
Year Opened: 1963
Former Notable Players: Rod Carew, Scott Erickson.
Notes: Originally built in 1914, the ballpark has been dwarfed by the continuous expansion of the Florida Citrus Bowl, which now abuts the right field wall. The current incarnation was built in the early 1960s. The stadium served as the spring training facility for multiple teams as well as the home of a couple of Florida State League and Southern League teams until it was abandoned in 2000 for Champion Stadium, in nearby Kissimmee. It is named for Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Tinker, who retired to Orlando and is buried nearby. 909 of the grandstand seats are from long-gone Griffith Stadium in Washington, D.C. The stadium was addded to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
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