PGE Park

Portland, Oregon

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PGE Park - Portland, Oregon
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Seating Capacity: 11,857
Dimensions: LF 317
CF 405
  RF 320
Year Opened: 1926
Former Notable Players: Sean Burroughs, Tommy John, Mickey Lolich, Lou Pinella, Juan Samuel and Luis Tiant.
Notes: The site of athletic events since 1893, the current stadium was built by the Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club in 1926. It would be thirty years before a baseball team would call Multnomah Stadium home. In the interim the urban facility would host college football game, concerts and dog racing. The City of Portland took over ownership of now Civic Stadium upgrading the facility during the 1960s as professional and collegiate soccer, professional football would also be played on the now artificial turf. As the primary outdoor stadium in the city of Portland, it has undergone regular upgrade to keep contemporary. It was a $38.5 million effort in 2001, at which time the naming rights were sold to Portland General Electric (PGE), a fully integrated electric utility. After the 2010 season, the franchise was relocated to Tucson, Arizona while the facility was converted from a multi-purpose stadium to a soccer-only venue.
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