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Bolton Street Park

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bolton Street Park
LocationE Bolton Street
Savannah, Georgia 31401
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Renovated1894
Tenants
Savannah (SL) (1886–1887, 1898)
Savannah Electrics (SL) (1893)
Savannah Modocs (SL) (1894)
Baltimore Orioles (NL) (spring training) (1899)
Baltimore Orioles (AL) (spring training) (1902)
New York Giants (NL) (spring training) (1903–1905)
Savannah Pathfinders (SAL) (1904–1905)
Philadelphia Phillies (NL) (spring training) (1904–1908)
Savannah Indians (SAL) (1906–1909)

Bolton Street Park was a baseball field in Savannah, Georgia that was home to Savannah's professional baseball clubs between 1885 and 1909 including the Savannah Indians from 1904 to 1909, and hosted Major League Baseball spring training between 1899 and 1908. The ballpark was located between Bolton Street and Park Avenue east of the railroad tracks running parallel to East Broad Street.[1]

History

Prior to the 1894 season, Jeff Miller, owner of the Savannah Southern League club, renovated the grandstand to include 500 open chairs, and added a cupola to shield the press, expanded the bleachers, as well as designated areas for carriages and hitching posts.[2]

Between the 1870s and 1900s, the Chatham Base Ball Club, based in Savannah, was a championship Black baseball club that often played its games at Bolton Street Park.[3]

The South Atlantic League was formed in November 1903 at the Hotel DeSoto in Savannah. Savannah was one of six charter clubs. On April 26, 1904, Savannah lost to the Charleston Sea Gulls in their first South Atlantic League game before a crowd of 3,200 at the ballpark.[4]

Present site

Fairmount Baptist Church had been founded in 1902, and erected its church building at 57th and Waters Streets. The membership acquired the former ballpark site in 1951, and moved its church building to the site at 721 E Belmont Street.[5]

In March 2022, the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum & Baseball Library opened a community book box at the site of the former Bolton Street Park by Fairmount Baptist Church. Shoeless Joe Jackson had played for 1909 Savannah Indians and won the league batting title playing his games at Bolton Street Park.[6]

References

  1. ^ Wittish, Rick (February 15, 2011). "Recalling Savannah's history as a spring training site". savannahnow.com. Savannah Morning News. Retrieved May 16, 2022.
  2. ^ Eff, Jay R. (March 31, 1894). "Savannah Sayings; A New Park Worthy of the City and the Local Club". The Sporting Life. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. p. 2.
  3. ^ Brunson III, James E. (2019). Black Baseball, 1858-1900. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company Inc. p. 55.
  4. ^ "Savannah baseball timeline". savannahnow.com. Savannah Morning News. August 9, 2014. Retrieved May 16, 2022.
  5. ^ "Church History". fairmountbaptistchurch.org. Fairmount Baptist Church. Retrieved May 16, 2022.
  6. ^ Justice, Chase (March 23, 2022). "Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum & Baseball Library unveils community book box at site of former Bolton Street Park". wsav.com. Savannah, Georgia. Retrieved May 16, 2022.

External links

"Bolton Street Park". statscrew.com. Stats Crew. 2022. Retrieved May 16, 2022.

This page was last edited on 30 May 2022, at 03:15
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