Athletic FieldAlso Known As: Yankee Stadium; Pullman Memorial Park 1946-1955
Location: Butler, PA
Pillow & Plum Streets, Sullivan Run Creek.
Capacity: 2,900 (1939); 2,000 (1936); 2,700 (1940); 5,000 (1950)
Dimensions (Left, Center, Right): 344-420-351 (1939); 356-486-351 (1940)
Pullman Memorial Park was built in 1934 on the site of the Pullman Railcar Manufacturing Plant. Centerfield was a distant 486 feet early on. Dedicated in 1934.
Used by: Butler Indians, Butler Yankees, Butler Tigers
Following are the minor league baseball teams known to have played at Athletic Field:
|1951||Butler Tigers||Middle Atlantic League||48||74||31,000||508||Roster||Stats|
|1950||Butler Tigers||Middle Atlantic League||67||49||31,816||549||Roster||Stats|
|1949||Butler Tigers||Middle Atlantic League||66||72||40,221||583||Roster||Stats|
|1948||Butler Yankees||Middle Atlantic League||61||64||41,586||665||Roster||Stats|
|1947||Butler Yankees||Middle Atlantic League||62||62||56,000||903||Roster||Stats|
|1946||Butler Yankees||Middle Atlantic League||78||52||Roster||Stats|
|1942||Butler Yankees||Penn State League||69||41||Roster||Stats|
|1941||Butler Yankees||Penn State League||63||47||Roster||Stats|
|1940||Butler Yankees||Penn State League||65||44||Roster||Stats|
|1939||Butler Yankees||Penn State League||67||43||45,000||818||Roster||Stats|
|1938||Butler Yankees||Penn State League||55||43||Roster||Stats|
|1937||Butler Yankees||Penn State League||62||35||Roster||Stats|
|1936||Butler Yankees||Penn State League||58||52||Roster||Stats|
|1935||Butler Indians||Penn State Association||57||46||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.