Centene Stadium

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By kjfitz @ 2006-01-15 15:01:33
Year Built 1940; renovation 2003-2004
Capacity 4,500
Dimensions 333L, 401C, 335R

Built in 1940, Centene Stadium (formerly known as Legion Park) has served as the home of the Great Falls franchise in the Pioneer League since its opening: the Great Falls Electrics (1956-1963), Great Falls Giants (1969-1983), Great Falls Dodgers (1984-2002), and now the Great Falls White Sox. Since its unveiling the ballpark has sported a basic ballpark design, with a grandstand featuring both theater-style seats and bleachers, with additional bleachers located down each line.
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