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Knute Nelson Memorial Park is a baseball venue located in Alexandria, Minnesota. The park was opened in 1938 (as City Athletic Field) and renovated in 1967. It was named for former Governor of Minnesota and U. S. Senator, Knute Nelson. Knute Nelson Memorial Parkis the home of the Alexandria Beetles of the Northwoods League, a collegiate summer baseball league. The Beetles' first game was played on June 1, 2001, when former Major League Baseball reliever Goose Gossage threw out the first pitch. The field's layout places Lake Winona directly past the center field fence. The majority of the seating is behind home plate and along the third base line, as residential areas located close to the field prevent further expansion along the first base line.

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Address: Alexandria, Minnesota, USA

Country: United States

Date of construction: 1938

Tenants: Alexandria Beetles (NWL)

Renovated: 1967

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Knute Nelson Memorial Park - {CATEGORY}

Knute Nelson Memorial Park is a baseball venue located in Alexandria, Minnesota. The park was opened in 1938 (as City Athletic Field) and renovated in 1967. It was named for former Governor of Minnesota and U. S. Senator, Knute Nelson. Knute Nelson Memorial Parkis the home of the Alexandria Beetles of the Northwoods League, a collegiate summer baseball league. The Beetles' first game was played on June 1, 2001, when former Major League Baseball reliever Goose Gossage threw out the first pitch. The field's layout places Lake Winona directly past the center field fence. The majority of the seating is behind home plate and along the third base line, as residential areas located close to the field prevent further expansion along the first base line.

Knute Nelson Memorial Park - {CATEGORY}

Knute Nelson Memorial Park is a baseball venue located in Alexandria, Minnesota. The park was opened in 1938 (as City Athletic Field) and renovated in 1967. It was named for former Governor of Minnesota and U. S. Senator, Knute Nelson. Knute Nelson Memorial Parkis the home of the Alexandria Beetles of the Northwoods League, a collegiate summer baseball league. The Beetles' first game was played on June 1, 2001, when former Major League Baseball reliever Goose Gossage threw out the first pitch. The field's layout places Lake Winona directly past the center field fence. The majority of the seating is behind home plate and along the third base line, as residential areas located close to the field prevent further expansion along the first base line.

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