Recreation GroundsLocation: San Francisco, CA
Harrison Street between 25th & 26th Streets, bordered to the West by Folsum Street.
Capacity: 12,000 (1870); 17,000 (1881)
Opened November 26, 1868 and operated until May 1886. Much of early SF baseball was played here. Garfield Square currently occupies some of the area.
Used by: San Francisco Knickerbockers, San Francisco Friscos, San Francisco Californias, San Francisco Bay City, San Francisco Athletics, San Francisco Renos
Following are the minor league baseball teams known to have played at Recreation Grounds:
|1881||San Francisco Renos||California League||2||7||Roster||Stats|
|1881||San Francisco Knickerbockers||California League||6||3||Roster||Stats|
|1881||San Francisco Athletics||California League||6||4||Roster||Stats|
|1880||San Francisco Knickerbockers||California League||23||8||Roster||Stats|
|1880||San Francisco Friscos||California League||0||3||Roster||Stats|
|1880||San Francisco Californias||California League||1||10||Roster||Stats|
|1880||San Francisco Bay City||Pacific League||3||0||Roster||Stats|
|1880||San Francisco Bay City||California League||5||12||Roster||Stats|
|1880||San Francisco Athletics||California League||18||14||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.