|Full name||Majors Stadium|
|Former names||Phillips Field|
(East Texas League) (1946)
(Big State League) (1947-1950, 1953)
(Sooner State League) (1957)
Majors Stadium was a baseball field in Greenville, TX but was originally used as a football field. In the beginning, the field was called Phillips Field but was later altered to allow baseball to be played.
Before Majors Stadium became a baseball diamond, it was used in the early years by local high school football teams. On October 4, 1929, Dallas Oak Cliff and Greenville High School played the first contest at the venue.
Visit by the Yankees
- Texas Almanac 2008-2009. Texas State Historical Association. September 14, 2007. ISBN 978-0-914-51141-0.
- Kellar, Brad (April 10, 2013). "At the old ball game". Herald-Banner. Greenville, TX. Retrieved April 10, 2014.
- Aasen, Eric (April 10, 2014). "65 Years Ago Today, The New York Yankees Played In Greenville – And The Home Team Won". Dallas, TX: KERA-TV. Retrieved April 10, 2014.
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