The Polo Grounds was the name of three stadiums in Upper Manhattan, New York City, used mainly for professional baseball and American football from 1880 until 1963.
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History. The original 14-team Polo Grounds Athletic Club was founded in 2003 and now boasts 36 teams divided into two distinct seasonal leagues.
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Capacity (final figure): 56,000 Dimensions: 279 left foul line, 258 right field foul line, 447 right nook, 440 left nook, 483 dead center (Upper deck ...
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Vital statistics: Lifetime Capacity Outfield dimensions (feet) Behind home plate Fence height L-C-R The Clem Criteria: Built Demo-lished LF LC CF RC RF Field
114 reviews of Polo Grounds "Had some good pregame beers here while taking in the Wyoming football game replay from over the weekend. The Polo Grounds, the name ...
Polo Grounds I Polo Grounds II Polo Grounds III; Tenant: New York Giants: New York Giants: New York Giants: Opened: 1883: 1889: April 22, 1891: Last game: 1888: 1890