Paul Eames Sports Complex
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|Location||Ball Park Lane
|Owner||City of Albany, Georgia|
|Operator||City of Albany, Georgia|
|Construction cost||$ million|
|South Georgia Peanuts (SCL) (2007)
South Georgia Waves (SAL) (2002)
Albany Alligators (AAA) (2001)
Albany Polecats (SAL) (1992-1995)
The Paul Eames Sports Complex is a minor league baseball stadium, located in Albany, Georgia. The stadium was the home of the South Georgia Peanuts, of the South Coast League, prior to the folding of the league in 2008. It was the former home of the Albany Polecats, the Albany Alligators and the South Georgia Waves before the team moved to Columbus, Georgia to become the Columbus Catfish. The complex was known as 'Polecat Park' when the Polecats team played there.
The Colorado Silver Bullets, an all-female professional baseball team, played a number of games at the complex as a "home team" in the 1995 and 1996 seasons.
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