H.P. Hunnicutt Field

Princeton, West Virginia

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H.P. Hunnicutt Field - Princeton, West Virginia
Team: Princeton Rays
Affiliate: Tampa Bay Rays
Seating Capacity: 1,950
Dimensions: LF 330
CF 396
  RF 330
Year Opened: 1999
Former Notable Players: Rocco Baldelli and Carl Crawford.
Notes: The opening of the new Hunnicutt Field was delayed, by construction difficulties, several weeks into the 1999 season, with the completion celebrated on Opening Day 2000. The first Hunnicutt Field was built in 1988, when Princeton was awarded an Appalachian League franchise. The facility was named for the late benefactors, whose charitable foundation, supports numerous youth sport and educational programs in the region. Located in the Hunnicutt Sports Complex, the $2.8 million facility plays host to professional, college and high school baseball teams
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