Mike Lansing Field

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Mike Lansing Field is a stadium in Casper, Wyoming. It is primarily used for baseball and was the home field of the Casper Ghosts minor league baseball team and the Casper Cutthroats summer-collegiate baseball team. It is home to the Casper Oilers American Legion Baseball team. It was built in 2002 and holds 2,500 people. The field is named after Wyoming native and former Major League second baseman Mike Lansing. A career .271 hitter, Lansing played nine years in the majors for the Montreal Expos, Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox.

Mike Lansing Field replaced a sports complex/park known locally as Crossroads.

Mike Lansing Field is located just south of the Casper Events Center across Poplar Street from the Casper Planetarium.

Coordinates: 42°51′38″N 106°19′47″W / 42.860473°N 106.329712°W / 42.860473; -106.329712