League ParkAlso Known As: Red Bird Park 1934
Location: Huntington, WV
Virginia Avenue at the end of 8th Street; Ohio River just beyond the outfield.
Capacity: 3,000, 4,000 (1939)
A 1931 map shows a grandstand, but no bleacher sections. By 1950, a National Guard field artillery storage area occupied the site.
Used by: Huntington, Huntington Blue Sox, Chillicothe Babes/Huntington/Maysville Angels, Huntington Boosters, Huntington Red Birds, Huntington Bees
Following are the minor league baseball teams known to have played at League Park:
|1939||Huntington Boosters||Mountain State League||66||61||Roster||Stats|
|1938||Huntington Bees||Mountain State League||50||66||Roster||Stats|
|1937||Huntington Boosters||Mountain State League||23||58||Roster||Stats|
|1936||Huntington Red Birds||Middle Atlantic League||60||69||Roster||Stats|
|1935||Huntington Red Birds||Middle Atlantic League||60||58||Roster||Stats|
|1934||Huntington Red Birds||Middle Atlantic League||69||53||Roster||Stats|
|1933||Huntington Boosters||Middle Atlantic League||46||89||Roster||Stats|
|1932||Huntington Red Birds||Middle Atlantic League||45||80||Roster||Stats|
|1931||Huntington Boosters||Middle Atlantic League||68||62||Roster||Stats|
|1916||Huntington Blue Sox||Ohio State League||22||38||Roster||Stats|
|1915||Chillicothe Babes/Huntington/Maysville Angels||Ohio State League||58||55||Roster||Stats|
|1914||Huntington Blue Sox||Ohio State League||39||47||Roster||Stats|
|1913||Huntington Blue Sox||Ohio State League||68||68||Roster||Stats|
|1912||Huntington Blue Sox||Mountain States League||27||20||Roster||Stats|
|1911||Huntington Blue Sox||Mountain States League||63||50||Roster||Stats|
|1910||Huntington||Virginia Valley League||61||42||Roster||Stats|
Attendance listed indicates the total home attendance for the team even if it played in multiple home ballparks or additional cities in the same year.
Average attendance is based on half the team's total games being played at home.