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Dudley Field (2010-10)


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For color and character, Dudley Field (AKA the "Dudley Dome") either excited or assaulted the senses. One observer recalls his visit in 1986: "Garish red and yellow at every turn...the double deck metallic and stone outfield wall makes odds twist and turns.....the place is a bazarre amalgam of styles and modifications." The Grandstand behind home plate was built with adobe bricks. There was a slope leading up to the CF fence, the beginning of a river bank on the other side. Constructed in 1924 and named for then Mayor R.M. Dudley, the field was home to several teams, including the Texas League's El Paso Diablos. Its 65-year baseball run ended after the 1989 season when the Diablos moved to the new Cohen Stadium. Dudley Field met its demise in 2005 and is now part of the El Paso Zoo.

Unused (3 1/2" x 5 1/2") postcard from a photo by Roger Kooyenga, Chicago, IL.

Produced by Vic Pallos, Glendale, CA

Very limited edition....only 6 postcards printed.

These cards are not sold commercially.

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