Talk:Bosse Field

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I recommend you do something with the reference to third-oldest ballpark still in "regular" use by a pro team. Perhaps "home of." Rickwood Field in Birmingham is older than Bosse, Wrigley and Fenway. It is no longer the HOME of the Birmingham Barons, but they do play a regular Southern League game there REGULARly - once a year, on a Wednesday afternoon in late May or early June. That's "regular," and that's "pro." — Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.188.56.42 (talk) 19:14, 21 February 2016 (UTC)