Hagerstown Suns Municipal Stadium, Hagerstown

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Municipal Stadium is a stadium in Hagerstown, Maryland, United States. It is primarily used for baseball and is the home field of the Hagerstown Suns minor league baseball team. It was built in 1930 in a short time period of six weeks. It holds 4,600 people.

Around the base of the stands are several plaques commemorating historical baseball events in Hagerstown.
George H.W. Bush at Municipal StadiumIn 1990 as a sitting president, George H.W. Bush enjoyed a Hagerstown Suns game at Municipal Stadium. Although he later visited the Frederick Keys for two games at their stadium, the visit to the Suns game was the first presidential visit for a minor league baseball team.
Jim Palmer at Municipal StadiumHall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer spent a week with the Hagerstown Suns on a rehabilitation assignment in 1983. Palmer pitched for the Orioles from 1965 to 1984 and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1990.
Amateur Baseball in Municipal StadiumSince its construction in 1930, Municipal Stadium has hosted countless high school, American Legion and semi-pro games.
The Negro Leagues at Municipal StadiumHagerstown's Municipal Stadium hosted several games featuring Negro League teams during the first decade and a half of its existence. Among the Negro League teams that played in Hagerstown were the Indianapolis Clowns, Homestead Grays and the Pittsburgh Crawfords.
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  • Our stadium is the second oldest minor league stadium in the country. Willie Mays played his first game here! The stadium is a great option for an affordable fun night with friends and family.  more »
  • Very dirty place parking has lots garbage flying around we see owner walking around no landscaping done discussing feel like never book that place check in around 10 desk clark guy send dirty room...  more »
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  • One of the best farm team's ball park (I have been at 9 parks so far). Great place to spend the night with your family. Very friendly staff. Affordable prices (~$10-12 per ticket). Kids friendly. Ticket to moon bounce costs $5 for all day. Sometimes I spent more time in the kids area instead of watching the game. Great food. Freshly cooked/grilled hamburger costs $6.
  • If you go on a Sunday, you'll have lots of space. I go alone for quiet time, enjoying the small town ambience of a minor league game. To give a better idea: There was a family one section over. Their kids got to participate in on field games in between innings, and the 3rd base coach made sure all the kids got a ball. Many complain about the ballpark being old, and needing updated. Let me assure you, the bleachers at the Sun's stadium are equal to the bleachers at the Key's stadium.

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