Community Park

Also Known As: New Topeka Baseball Park 1940-1942; Riley Park 1946; Owl Park 1947-1954
Location: Topeka, KS
225 NW. Lyman.
Capacity: 2,750 (1939); 3,250 (1942); 6,000 (1950); 4,700 (1961)
Dimensions (Left, Center, Right): 335-410-315 (1939); 316-403-309 (1961)
The catcher faced SE.
Used by: Topeka Owls, Topeka Hawks, Topeka Reds

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

1961Topeka RedsIllinois-Indiana-Iowa League795056,384874RosterStats
1960Topeka RedsIllinois-Indiana-Iowa League647436,365527RosterStats
1959Topeka HawksIllinois-Indiana-Iowa League695659,803957RosterStats
1954Topeka OwlsWestern Association875158,671850RosterStats
1953Topeka OwlsWestern Association786281,4501,164RosterStats
1952Topeka OwlsWestern Association637664,967935RosterStats
1951Topeka OwlsWestern Association744489,4741,517RosterStats
1950Topeka OwlsWestern Association5881106,2501,529RosterStats
1949Topeka OwlsWestern Association7761116,1361,683RosterStats
1948Topeka OwlsWestern Association706695,7221,408RosterStats
1947Topeka OwlsWestern Association8355113,5291,645RosterStats
1946Topeka OwlsWestern Association5379123,1191,865RosterStats
1942Topeka OwlsWestern League8053RosterStats
1939Topeka OwlsWestern League726585,5001,248RosterStats

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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