Riverside Stadium

Also Known As: Riverside Park 1921-1924; Producers Park 1928-1932
Location: Independence, KS
East of N. 5th Street.
Capacity: 3,000 (1925); 2,200 (1947); 4,000 (1949); 4,500 (1950); 2,500 (1952)
The park backs up to the Verdigris River. It is the site of the first scheduled minor league night game in 1930.
Used by: Independence Producers, Independence Producers/Joplin Miners/Hutchinson Wheat Shockers, Independence Yankees, Independence Browns

Following are the minor league baseball teams known to have played at Riverside Stadium:

1952Independence BrownsKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League468039,487627RosterStats
1950Independence YankeesKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League606638,274608RosterStats
1949Independence YankeesKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League715346,607752RosterStats
1948Independence YankeesKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League744646,270771RosterStats
1947Independence YankeesKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League418022,460371RosterStats
1932Independence Producers/Joplin Miners/Hutchinson Wheat ShockersWestern Association5868RosterStats
1931Independence ProducersWestern Association7769RosterStats
1930Independence ProducersWestern Association7656RosterStats
1929Independence ProducersWestern Association7178RosterStats
1928Independence ProducersWestern Association6667RosterStats
1925Independence ProducersWestern Association44105RosterStats
1924Independence ProducersSouthwestern League4521RosterStats
1923Independence ProducersSouthwestern League4985RosterStats
1922Independence ProducersSouthwestern League7958RosterStats
1921Independence ProducersSouthwestern League10338RosterStats

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.

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