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Posted by KB | Uncategorized | Tuesday 18 November 2008 10:10 pm

Note: Arkansas Diamonds is no longer being updated, and as a result, much of the site’s content is out of date. Presently, all ballpark information is being reviewed, rewritten and uploaded to the freeĀ Arkansas Baseball Encyclopedia. Ballparks photographs are now available in better quality at the Arkansas Baseball Encyclopedia’s Flickr Page. Thanks.

Although known more for her gem diamonds, Arkansas is also home to some of the greatest baseball diamonds ever built. This site is a collection of those ballparks and their history, including hundreds of full size photos.

The following is a list of ballparks that have either added or updated (as noted). The last update was on 7/4/11.

1 Comment

  1. Comment by dwoody44 — December 4, 2012 @ 11:10 pm

    Have old photo from Crump Park that I found in my grandfather’s estate. The Arkansas Diamonds site states that Crump Park was used specifically by Negro League teams, but the photo I have of my grandfather’s team (Rock Island _____) is an all white team. My father in his youth is also in the photo as the bat boy. Wanted to know how to submit the photo for your site’s use and maybe get some more information about Crump Park and the team.

    There is also a list of the player’s names on the back of the photo that you may be interested in. My grandfather’s name was Bernard Wood.

    Please send me an email if you are interested in obtaining a copy of the photo @ david.wood@populous.com.
    David Wood

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