John Henry Moss Stadium

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John Henry Moss Stadium
Full name Bill Masters Field at John Henry Moss Stadium
Location Stadium Dr
Boiling Springs, NC
Coordinates 35°14′36″N 81°40′08″W / 35.2433°N 81.6690°W / 35.2433; -81.6690Coordinates: 35°14′36″N 81°40′08″W / 35.2433°N 81.6690°W / 35.2433; -81.6690
Owner Gardner–Webb University
Capacity 700
Surface Grass
Scoreboard Electronic
Opened September 18, 2010
Tenants
Gardner–Webb Runnin' Bulldogs (NCAA) (2011-Present)

John Henry Moss Stadium is a baseball stadium home to the Gardner-Webb University Runnin' Bulldogs. It was officially completed on September 18, 2010.[1] The first regular season game played there was February 22, 2011.[2] It has a capacity of about 700, but can be expanded. John Henry Moss was born in Kings Mountain, North Carolina, and was president of the South Atlantic League for 50 years. He was the youngest person to be a president of a professional baseball league with Western Carolina League in 1948.

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  1. ^ "Facilities". Gardner-Webb University Athletics. 2010. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "New Ballpark Opens at Gardner-Webb". Ballpark Business. 2011. Retrieved 3 January 2014.