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Jack Russell Memorial Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Jack Russell Memorial Stadium is a stadium in Clearwater, Florida. It opened as Jack Russell Stadium in 1955. It had a capacity of 4,744 when it opened; in 2003 seating capacity was 6,942 people. It was the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies MLB team from 1955 through 2003. The Clearwater Bombers, a softball team that won 10 National Amateur Softball Association titles between 1950 to 1973, played their home games there from 1955 through 1984. The name of the stadium was changed to Jack Russell Memorial Stadium following Jack Russell's death in November 1990. In 2004, the Philadelphia Phillies moved to Bright House Networks Field, 4 miles to the east. Most of the ballpark was demolished on July 21, 2007. The dugouts, offices, and other elements were retained as the field continues to be used today for amateur instruction and tournaments. The field is now leased from the City of Clearwater by The Winning Inning. In 2007, the Winning Inning pays for stadium rent, utilities, and a full-time groundskeeper. The Winning Inning is responsible for maintenance of the grounds, and the City of Clearwater for plumbing and electrical repairs.

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Address: 800 Phillies Drive, Clearwater, Florida 33755, United States

Country: United States

Capacity: 4 744

Surface: grass

Opened: 1955

Renovated: 2007

Architect(s): Marr, Holliman

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Jack Russell Memorial Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Jack Russell Memorial Stadium is a stadium in Clearwater, Florida. It opened as Jack Russell Stadium in 1955. It had a capacity of 4,744 when it opened; in 2003 seating capacity was 6,942 people. It was the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies MLB team from 1955 through 2003. The Clearwater Bombers, a softball team that won 10 National Amateur Softball Association titles between 1950 to 1973, played their home games there from 1955 through 1984. The name of the stadium was changed to Jack Russell Memorial Stadium following Jack Russell's death in November 1990. In 2004, the Philadelphia Phillies moved to Bright House Networks Field, 4 miles to the east. Most of the ballpark was demolished on July 21, 2007. The dugouts, offices, and other elements were retained as the field continues to be used today for amateur instruction and tournaments. The field is now leased from the City of Clearwater by The Winning Inning. In 2007, the Winning Inning pays for stadium rent, utilities, and a full-time groundskeeper. The Winning Inning is responsible for maintenance of the grounds, and the City of Clearwater for plumbing and electrical repairs.

Jack Russell Memorial Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Jack Russell Memorial Stadium is a stadium in Clearwater, Florida. It opened as Jack Russell Stadium in 1955. It had a capacity of 4,744 when it opened; in 2003 seating capacity was 6,942 people. It was the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies MLB team from 1955 through 2003. The Clearwater Bombers, a softball team that won 10 National Amateur Softball Association titles between 1950 to 1973, played their home games there from 1955 through 1984. The name of the stadium was changed to Jack Russell Memorial Stadium following Jack Russell's death in November 1990. In 2004, the Philadelphia Phillies moved to Bright House Networks Field, 4 miles to the east. Most of the ballpark was demolished on July 21, 2007. The dugouts, offices, and other elements were retained as the field continues to be used today for amateur instruction and tournaments. The field is now leased from the City of Clearwater by The Winning Inning. In 2007, the Winning Inning pays for stadium rent, utilities, and a full-time groundskeeper. The Winning Inning is responsible for maintenance of the grounds, and the City of Clearwater for plumbing and electrical repairs.

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