Veterans Field

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For the former baseball and football venue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, see Veterans Stadium.
Veterans Field
Location Laredo, Texas
Coordinates 27°31′11″N 99°30′33″W / 27.5197°N 99.5093°W / 27.5197; -99.5093Coordinates: 27°31′11″N 99°30′33″W / 27.5197°N 99.5093°W / 27.5197; -99.5093
Owner City of Laredo
Capacity Baseball: 5,000[1]
Construction
Built 1950
Opened 1950[2]
Renovated 2002
Tenants
TAMIU Dustdevils
Tecolotes de los Dos Laredos (1985–2003)

Veterans Field is a baseball venue in Laredo, Texas. Built in 1950, the park was formerly known as West Martin Field, but the field's name was changed to honor the men and women who have served defending America in the armed forces. Home to many teams over the years, it was renovated in 2002, and now seats 5,000 with concessions and two picnic areas. Veterans Field was home to the Laredo Broncos of the United Baseball League. Veterans Field was also the home to the five-time champion Mexican Baseball League team Tecolotes de los Dos Laredos from 1985 to 2003. Veterans Field is also home to the Texas A&M International University Dustdevils college baseball team of the NCAA's Division II Heartland Conference.

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