College Park (Charleston)

College Park (Charleston)

College Park (Charleston)

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College Park is a stadium in Charleston, South Carolina. It was primarily used for baseball and was the home of Charleston RiverDogs. The ballpark has a capacity of 4,000 people and opened in 1939.<IMG SRC="">

College Park was once part of adjacent Hampton Park, but the baseball field was leased by the City of Charleston to the College of Charleston in 1907.

The baseball field was nearly converted into a clothing factory in 1918 during World War I. In September 1918, the Navy expressed an interest in buying the site to build a four-acre clothing factory.

Elvis Presley played a concert at College Park on June 28, 1956 to a crowd of 4,000.

College Park was the primary shooting location for the 1998 film Back to the Minors, in which it was called "Buzz Stadium."

College Park hosted some of baseball's greatest players of all time including Ty Cobb and "Shoeless" Joe Jackson. It has been stated on certain baseball...
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