Clarkson Park

Also Known As: League Park 1906-1918
Location: Bay City, MI
SE of intersection of Livingston & Center.
Capacity: 1,500; 3,400 (1909); 4,000 largest crowd
Clarkson Park, named for John Clarkson, the Hall of Fame pitcher who played once in Bay City, is located in back of the National Chicory Factory. The park was destroyed by fire in March 1927, then abandoned. A supermarket now occupies the site.
Used by: Bay City, Bay City Reds, Bay City Cardinals, Bay City Billikens, Bay City Beavers, Bay City Wolves

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

1926Bay City WolvesMichigan State League6430RosterStats
1926Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League1018RosterStats
1926Bay City WolvesMichigan State League6430RosterStats
1926Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League1018RosterStats
1925Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League7467RosterStats
1924Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League8650RosterStats
1923Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League8051RosterStats
1922Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League6962RosterStats
1921Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League6553RosterStats
1920Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League5169RosterStats
1919Bay City WolvesMichigan-Ontario League4369RosterStats
1915Bay City BeaversSouthern Michigan Association3135RosterStats
1914Bay City BeaversSouthern Michigan Association9650RosterStats
1913Bay City BeaversSouthern Michigan Association5470RosterStats
1912Bay City BillikensSouthern Michigan Association1943RosterStats
1911Bay City BillikensSouthern Michigan Association7364RosterStats
1910Bay CitySouthern Michigan Association5981RosterStats
1909Bay City CardinalsSouthern Michigan Association5966RosterStats
1908Bay City RedsSouthern Michigan Association4878RosterStats
1907Bay CitySouthern Michigan Association4757RosterStats
1906Bay CityInter-State Association69RosterStats

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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