Shibe Park, known later as Connie Mack Stadium, was a baseball park located in
Philadelphia. It was the home of the Philadelphia Athletics of the American ...
Information and pictures of Shibe Park, former home of the Philadelphia Athletics
May 11, 2008 ... School project on Shibe Park (also known as Connie Mack Stadium) in
Shibe Park, later known as Connie Mack Stadium, goes back to the Philadelphia
Athletics, its original occupant, and their owner Benjamin Franklin Shibe.
The history of Shibe Park on Baseball Almanac with every bit of statistical Shibe
Park information possible.
The park was finally torn down in 1976. The site is now deliverance church.
Connie Mack Stadium / Shibe park was literally 7 blocks west of old Baker Bowl
Feb 11, 2016 ... Like most of the Early 20th century ballparks, Shibe Park was laid out on a
rectangular street grid that imposed no unusual constraints on the ...
*Connie Mack Stadium also known as Shibe Park was a Major League Baseball
park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When it opened April 12, 1909, it became ...
Jul 22, 2013 ... Shibe Park. Capacity: 33,608 | Surface: Grass | Elevation: 20 Ft | Opened: 1909.
Estimated dimensions: LF: 334 | CF: 447 | RF: 329. Posted by ...
I never get tired of searching for Shibe Park stuff. Here are a few things I've
stumbled across lately. (Above is a short video about Shibe from the MLB