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HOMES OF THE PCL

A look at some of the Stadiums and ballparks that housed some of the Pacific Coast Leagues most storied franchises.

Seals Stadium. San Francisco CA Teams housed: San Francisco Seals (1931-1957), Mission Reds (1931-1937)

Seals Stadium. San Francisco CA
Teams housed: San Francisco Seals (1931-1957), Mission Reds (1931-1937)

Oaks Park, Emeryville CA Teams housed: Oakland Oaks (1912–1955)

Oaks Park, Emeryville CA
Teams housed: Oakland Oaks (1912–1955)

Edmonds Field, Sacramento CA Teams housed: Sacramento Solons (1936–1960)

Edmonds Field, Sacramento CA
Teams housed: Sacramento Solons (1936–1960)

Vaughn Street Park, Portland OR Teams housed: Portland Beavers (1901 - 1956), Portland Ducks (1929 - 1955)

Vaughn Street Park, Portland OR
Teams housed: Portland Beavers (1901 – 1956), Portland Ducks (1929 – 1955)

Washington Park. Los Angeles CA Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1893–1925)

Washington Park. Los Angeles CA
Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1893–1925)

Wrigley Field, Los Angeles CA Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1925–1957), Hollywood Stars (1926–1935, 1938)

Wrigley Field, Los Angeles CA
Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1925–1957), Hollywood Stars (1926–1935, 1938)

Gilmore Field, Hollywood CA Teams housed: Hollywood Stars (1939 - 1957)

Gilmore Field, Hollywood CA
Teams housed: Hollywood Stars (1939 – 1957)

Westgate Park, San Diego CA Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1958–1967)

Westgate Park, San Diego CA
Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1958–1967)

Lane Field, San Diego CA Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1936–1957)

Lane Field, San Diego CA
Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1936–1957)

Sick's Stadium, Seattle WA Teams housed: Seattle Rainiers (1938-1968), Seattle Steelheads (1946)

Sick’s Stadium, Seattle WA
Teams housed: Seattle Rainiers (1938-1968), Seattle Steelheads (1946)

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