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Derks Field (D-908, 75336-B)


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"Where's Waldo?"  The lights of Derks Field can be seen easily, right/center.


D-908, 75336-B

Derks Field was a baseball stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was the home field of the Pacific Coast League Salt Lake Bees, Salt Lake Padres, Salt Lake Angels, Salt Lake Gulls and the Salt Lake City Trappers of the Pioneer Baseball League until the Franklin Covey Field opened in 1994. It also hosted the Salt Lake Sting of A-League. The stadium held 10,000 spectators and opened in 1946. It was named after Salt Lake Tribune sports editor, John C. Derks.

Spring Mobile Ballpark opened in 1994 and holds 15,500 people. Spring Mobile Ballpark (formerly known as Franklin Covey Field) is located on the site of old Derks Field.

Unused 4" x 6" deckled continental chrome postcard showing Derks Field's lights, right/center.

Dist. by Bonneville News Co.

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