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Smokies Park (2015 Smokies Issue 1)


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2015 Team Issue (aerial)

Tennessee Smokies (SL) (2000-present)

Smokies Park is a baseball stadium located in Kodak, Tennessee, just east of Knoxville (exit 407 off Interstate 40) and adjacent to the tourist centers of Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg. The park, which opened in 2000, has a capacity of 6,412. It is the home of the Tennessee Smokies of the Southern League.

Smokies Park experienced its largest crowd ever of 7,655 on July 3, 2009 against the Huntsville Stars. The Smokies won an intense game 5-3 which included Hall of Fame manager Ryne Sandberg being ejected. The previous attendance record was May 24, 2008 when John Smoltz, then of the Atlanta Braves, made a rehab appearance with their Double-A affiliate Mississippi Braves. News of his appearance drew a crowd of 7,381 to the ballpark as the Smokies won 3-2.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome postcard.

Stadium/Team Issue

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2015 Smokies Issue 1
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