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Cobb Field (B17858)


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Billings Mustangs (Minor League Baseball) (1948-1963, 1969-2007), Montana State University - Billings (NCAA Baseball) (2006-2007), Billings American Legion Baseball (American Legion Baseball) (1948-2007)

Cobb Field (built 1932) was a baseball stadium located in Billings, Montana. It was originally named Athletic Park. It opened as Cobb Field on May 4, 1948 after many renovations. It was the home of the Billings Mustangs, the Pioneer League Rookie Affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, from 1948-2007. Cobb Field was named after Bob Cobb, who was responsible for bringing the Mustangs to Billings. It also hosted home games for local American Legion baseball teams.

On November 8 a $12.5 million stadium levy passed (with a 53% majority 'for' vote) allowing construction of a new stadium at the Cobb Field location. Construction began in the Spring of 2007 and Cobb Field was torn down after the 2007 season. The new stadium opened as Dehler Park on June 29, 2008.

Unused 4" x 6" continental size chrome postcard.

Dist. by Billings News

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