The Corn Crib

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This article is about the stadium in Normal, Illinois. For the granary used to dry and store corn, see Corn crib.
The Corn Crib
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Location 1000 W. Raab Rd., Normal, Illinois
Broke ground March 2009
Opened 2010
Surface Sprinturf
Construction cost $9,000,000
Architect Pendulum Studio
Capacity 7,000
Tenants
Normal CornBelters (FL) (2010-present)
Heartland Community College Hawks (baseball, softball, and soccer) (2010-present)

The Corn Crib is a new multi-purpose stadium currently in Normal, Illinois. It is primarily used for baseball and is the home of the Normal CornBelters of the Frontier League. The ballpark has a capacity of 7,000 and opened in May 2010.[1] It is located on the campus of Heartland Community College, hosting their baseball, softball, and soccer teams.

On October 20, 2009, the ballpark's name was officially announced.[2]

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