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|Capitol Park II|
Swampoodle Grounds, with the United States Capitol building visible in background
|Washington Nationals (NL) (1886–1889)|
The ballfield was located on a block bounded by North Capitol Street NE and tracks (west, left field); F Street NE (south, third base); Delaware Avenue NE (east, first base); and G Street NE (north, right field); a few blocks north of the Capitol building.
Swampoodle Grounds held 6,000. The Washington Statesmen folded after the end of the 1889 season.
- Swampoodle Grounds at Project Ballpark
- Frank Ceresi, Mark Rucker, Carol McMains (2002). Baseball in Washington, DC. Arcadia Publishing. pp. 14, 87, 107. ISBN 0-7385-1420-9.
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