Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium

Omaha, Nebraska

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Seating Capacity: 8,859
Dimensions: LF 330
CF 375
  RF 335
Year Opened: 1948
Year Closed: 2010
Former Notable Players: George Brett, David Cone, Bob Gibson, Jack McKeon, Dan Quisenberry, and Frank White
Notes: The largest capacity stadium in the minor leagues was better known as the home of the NCAA College World Series. While all 23,145 seats are in use for the tournament, the Triple-A team downsizes to just under nine-thousand seats for its home games by covering the other seats. Opened in 1948, the stadium has grown to the current capacity as the CWS has grown in popularity. The stadium, in 1964, was named in honor of the Omaha mayor who spearheaded bringing professional baseball and the College World Series to this Nebraska city. In 2011 the stadium was replaced, as the CWS moved to a new downtown stadium and the Kansas City Royals’ affiliate moved to the new, more intimate Warner Park. In 2012 the stadium was demolished to expand parking for the nearby zoo. The infield diamond and main gate were preserved within the zoo.
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