Athletic Park (Duluth)

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Athletic Park
Location Duluth, Minnesota
Owner Duluth, Minnesota
Capacity 6,000 (American football)
Surface Grass
Construction
Built 1903
Opened 1903
Closed 1940
Demolished 1941
Tenants
Duluth Kelleys/Eskimos (NFL) (1923-1926)
Duluth White Sox (MiLB (1903-1916, 1934)
Duluth Dukes (MiLB) (1935-1940)

Athletic Park is a former baseball and American football stadium located in Duluth, Minnesota. Constructed in 1903, the park was the home of the Duluth White Sox (1903-1916, 1934) and the Duluth Dukes (1935-1940). The stadium was also home to the Duluth Kelleys/Eskimos of the National Football League (1923–1926). It had a capacity of 6,000 spectators.[1] It was demolished and replaced by Wade Stadium in 1941.

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