Capital City Stadium
|Location||Columbia, South Carolina|
Capital City Stadium is a stadium in Columbia, South Carolina, United States. Originally built in 1927, it is primarily used for baseball and was the home for more than 20 years of the Capital City Bombers. It is situated in the Olympia section, near the old Olympia mills.
While playing at "The Cap" the Bombers' enjoyed a rich history of success with numerous South Atlantic League Championships, including the memorable years of 1986, 1991 and 1998.
The stadium was rebuilt in 1991, but in 2005 lost its tenant, and is now used for college baseball by NCAA Division II Benedict College. Coastal Plain League Columbia Blowfish used the stadium from 2006 until their new stadium was opened in 2014.
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