Ray Winder Field

Little Rock, Arkansas

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Seating Capacity: 6,083
Dimensions: LF 330
CF 390
  RF 345
Year Opened: 1932
Year Closed: 2012
Former Notable Players: Jim Bunning, J.D. Drew, Keith Hernandez, Ferguson Jenkins, Andy Van Slyke,and Todd Zeile.
Notes: Opened in 1932 as Travelers Field, it has served as the home for professional baseball in the Arkansas state capital through the 2006 season. The stadium was renamed in 1966 for Ray Winder, a long-time driving force for professional baseball in Little Rock. The right field wall was brought in the 1960s to allow for the construction of the East-West Expressway (I-630). A ball clearing the wall and the screen would land in another ZIP Code. In 2007, the Texas League franchise moved across the river to a new stadium, Dickey-Stephens Park, in North Little Rock. After sitting unused for several years, the stadium was demolished in 2012.
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