Connie Mack Field was a ballpark in West Palm Beach, Florida and was the long-time spring training home of the Philadelphia Athletics. The stadium was built in 1924 and named Municipal Athletic Field. Athletic Stadium hosted its first event, a football game, in October 1924. The first baseball game was played in December. It was renamed Wright Field in 1927 for West Palm Beach City Manager George C. Wright. It was renamed Connie Mack Field in 1952 in honor of long-time Philadelphia Athletics manager and owner Connie Mack. It was replaced in 1962 by West Palm Beach Municipal Stadium but the grandstand remained until 1973. Thereafter, The ball field itself remained and was used regularly by neighboring Twin Lakes High School. In 1992 it was bulldozed for a garage for the new Kravis Center. The grandstands held about 2,000; black fans watched from a small section in the right-field corner. Total capacity was about 3,500. Record attendance for baseball was on March 20, 1949 when 6,988 fans saw the A's defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers in a spring training game featuring Jackie Robinson on the field and then-Secretary of State General George Marshall in attendance.