Connie Mack Stadium Site
Connie Mack Stadium, originally called Shibe Park, was a baseball stadium that was home to the Philadelphia Athletics and the Philadelphia Phillies. When it opened in 1909, it became baseball's first steel-and-concrete stadium. The stadium hosted eight World Series and two MLB All-Star Games, as well as held the only All-Star contest shortened by rain. In 1939, it was the site of the first night game played in the American League. Today, the site is the location of Deliverance Evangelistic Church.
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