Jacksonville Baseball Complex

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Jacksonville Baseball Complex
Full name Jacksonville Baseball Complex
Location Jacksonville, Texas
Tenants
Jacksonville Jax
(West Dixie League) (1934-1935)
(East Texas League) (1936-1940, 1946)
(Lone Star League) (1947)
(Gulf Coast League) (1950)

The Jacksonville Baseball Complex was a baseball diamond that once existed in Jacksonville, TX and was the home of the Jacksonville Jax.[1] The Jacksonville Rodeo Arena now occupies the site.[2] Home plate was in the northwest corner of the square block.

Location[edit]

The site of the former ballpark and present-day rodeo arena is situated on the corner of Mulberry and Bridge streets in Jacksonville.

Sources[edit]

  • "Texas Almanac 2008-2009," The Dallas Morning News, c.2008

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