Beavers Field



Entrance to Beavers Field, Jul-2005.

The extent of the seats. Fans also sit at the top of the berm at left.

Looking down the third-base line.

Quick Facts:
This small park was excavated between 1988 and 1990, and it opened for use in 1991. It is primarily used for high school and American Legion baseball, although Ohio University-Lancaster, across the street, also utilizes it as their home field. When I saw it, an American Legion 16-and-under regional tournament was under way.

Beavers Field isnít named for a beaver, or a beaver mascot. Itís named for long-time Lancaster baseball coach and supporter Al Beaver.


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