Keeley Park

Also Known As: Fairgrounds 1890-1897
Location: Jackson, MI
South of Ganson, directly west of the Grand River, & across the river from the old State Prison.
Capacity: 7,000
Fairgrounds-Keely Park had an unroofed grandstand for most of its period of use as a ballpark. A new grandstand was built in 1921.
Used by: Battle Creek Adventists/Jackson Jaxons, Jackson Wolverines, Saginaw White Sox/Jackson, Jackson Convicts, Jackson Chiefs, Jackson Vets, Jackson/Ionia Mayors

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

1921Jackson/Ionia MayorsCentral League4486RosterStats
1915Jackson VetsSouthern Michigan Association3133RosterStats
1914Jackson ChiefsSouthern Michigan Association7172RosterStats
1913Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association6660RosterStats
1912Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association7155RosterStats
1911Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association3998RosterStats
1910Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association5185RosterStats
1909Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association7152RosterStats
1908Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association6857RosterStats
1907Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association1727RosterStats
1906Jackson ConvictsSouthern Michigan Association5252RosterStats
1902Saginaw White Sox/JacksonMichigan State League5039RosterStats
1896Jackson WolverinesInter-State League5356RosterStats
1895Battle Creek Adventists/Jackson JaxonsMichigan State League3653RosterStats

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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