List of baseball parks in Portland, Oregon

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This is a list of venues used for professional or NCAA baseball in Portland, Oregon. The information is a compilation of the information contained in the references listed.

name of ballpark(s) unknown
Portland Gladiators - Pacific Northwest League (1890-1892)
Portland - New Pacific League (1896 - disbanded mid-season)
Portland Gladiators - Pacific Northwest League (1898)
Portland Green Gages - Pacific National League (formerly Pacific Northwest League) (1903 only to mid-season)
Vaughn Street Park a.k.a. Lucky Beavers Stadium
Occupants:
Portland Webfoots - Pacific Northwest League (1901-02)
Portland Browns/Giants/Beavers - Pacific Coast League (1903-1917)
Buckaroos - Pacific Coast International League (1918)
Portland Beavers - Pacific Coast League (1919-55)
Portland Pippins/Colts - Northwest League (1911-1914)
Location: Northwest Vaughn Street (south, third base); Northwest 24th Avenue (east, first base); Northwest 25th Avenue (west, left field)
Currently: Industrial
Jeld-Wen Field formerly PGE Park, Civic Stadium and Multnomah Stadium
Occupants:
Portland Beavers - Pacific Coast League (1956-1972)
Portland Mavericks - Northwest League (1973-1977)
Portland Beavers - Pacific Coast League (1978-93)
Portland Rockies - Northwest League (1995-2000)
Portland Beavers - Pacific Coast League (2001-2010)
Location: Southwest Morrison Street (north, third base); Southwest 18th Avenue (east, left field); Multnomah Athletic Club building and Southwest Salmon Street (south, right field); Southwest 20th Avenue (west, first base)
Currently: Converted into a soccer-specific stadium from 2009–2011, and now known as Jeld-Wen Field
Joe Etzel Field formerly Pilot Stadium
Occupants:
Portland Pilots - NCAA (1988-present)
Location: Adjacent to the Chiles Center; North Portsmouth Street (south, first base); North Willamette Boulevard (west, third base).

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • Peter Filichia, Professional Baseball Franchises, Facts on File, 1993.
  • Phil Lowry, Green Cathedrals, several editions.
  • Michael Benson, Ballparks of North America, McFarland, 1989.