Entrance to Amerige Park, Jul-2008.
The main seating area.
A look at the field from behind the plate.
- Location: Highland and Commonwealth avenues, Fullerton, Calif.
- Opened: 1917 (original grandstand 1934, replaced 1960s)
- Alternate names: Duane Winters Field (1984)
- Home team: Spring training, Hollywood Stars (1935-36), Portland Beavers (1937-40), Sacramento Solons (1941-42, 1944), Los Angeles Angels (1946-55)
- Capacity: 250 (approx., 2008)
Amerige Park, named for the Amerige family that was responsible for subdividing and developing much of Fullerton, became notable when the Hollywood Stars trained here in the 1930s. Part of the film Alibi Ike was shot here.
The park is used today for community baseball; a PONY League tournament was under way when I visited in 2008. There reportedly were discussions between the city of Fullerton and the Orange County Flyers of the Golden League to have the team move from the Cal State Fullerton campus to this facility two blocks from downtown. It would have been necessary to improve parking and expand the stadium in order to make that possible.
The field at Amerige Park is dedicated to Duane Winters, who served in city government for 26 years.
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