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Riverside Park

Also Known As: Riverside Municipal Ball Park; Iola Municipal Park
Location: Iola, KS
W. Vine Street, west of town.
Capacity: 1,700 (1950); 2,000 (1952)
The park along the Neosha River has been around for a long time.
Used by: Iola Gasbags, Iola Gaslighters, Iola Grays/Cherryvale Boosters, Iola Champs, Iola Cubs, Iola Indians

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

YearTeamLeagueWLAttendAvg.
1954Iola IndiansWestern Association3910125,791368RosterStats
1952Iola IndiansKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League794742,327672RosterStats
1951Iola IndiansKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League388416,981278RosterStats
1950Iola IndiansKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League358423,872401RosterStats
1949Iola IndiansKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League705549,491792RosterStats
1948Iola IndiansKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League517242,770695RosterStats
1947Iola CubsKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League695439,862648RosterStats
1946Iola CubsKan-Okla-Missouri (KOM) League635745,231754RosterStats
1908Iola ChampsOklahoma-Kansas League3234RosterStats
1906Iola Grays/Cherryvale BoostersKansas State League6250RosterStats
1904Iola GasbagsMissouri Valley League8341RosterStats
1903Iola GaslightersMissouri Valley League7952RosterStats
1902Iola GasbagsMissouri Valley League3490RosterStats



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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