Springbrook Park

Also Known As: Playland Park (1932)
Location: South Bend, IN
Between Ironwood & Twickenham Drives & the St. Joseph River.
Capacity: 3,500
The catcher faced NE. The park was part of the Springbrook Park complex of the St. Joseph County Fair and Amusement Company, which also featured a race track, dance hall and amusement park. The park opened in 1896. A game under lights was played August 28, 1904. The park was north of the River.
Used by: South Bend Green Stockings, South Bend Greens, South Bend Bronchos, South Bend Benders/Grand Rapids Grads, Evansville Strikers/South Bend Bux, South Bend Benders, South Bend Factors, South Bend Benders/Peoria Distillers, South Bend

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

1932South BendCentral League2957RosterStats
1917South Bend Benders/Peoria DistillersCentral League6655RosterStats
1916South Bend BendersCentral League5677RosterStats
1915South Bend FactorsSouthern Michigan Association4424RosterStats
1914South Bend BendersSouthern Michigan Association8560RosterStats
1912South Bend BendersCentral League4188RosterStats
1911South Bend Benders/Grand Rapids GradsCentral League7361RosterStats
1911Evansville Strikers/South Bend BuxCentral League6272RosterStats
1910South Bend BronchosCentral League8850RosterStats
1909South Bend GreensCentral League6472RosterStats
1908South Bend GreensCentral League8060RosterStats
1907South Bend GreensCentral League5386RosterStats
1906South Bend GreensCentral League6288RosterStats
1905South Bend GreensCentral League776247,200679RosterStats
1904South Bend GreensCentral League7565RosterStats
1903South Bend Green StockingsCentral League8850RosterStats

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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